Carbon and Energy Professional Training and Accreditation Programme is a dynamic and continuously updated programme to equip participants with the skills and knowledge to develop and lead significant carbon and energy management programmes.
Developed in consultation with business and energy specialists and key Government agencies, the course utilises real energy use and carbon emissions data from the participant’s organisation meaning that the successful completion of the course provides immediate and tangible business benefits.
The course is under constant development to keep abreast of rapid changes within New Zealand and overseas.
This course has been designed for a wide range of organisations, industries and people and is relevant both for those in large organisations and consultants who deliver specialised carbon and energy services to their clients. The course ensures energy / sustainability / facility / sustainability / manufacturing / industrial process managers can lead their organisation’s response to Government, international policy and market demand to mitigate carbon emissions and manage climate change risk.
It provides insights, skills, specialist knowledge and support to:
The course is suitable for people with diverse managerial expertise and experiences needing to acquire a better understanding of carbon management and energy productivity tools and technologies, as well as those with technical backgrounds who need to broaden their skills. It covers essential knowledge and provides a path to certification as a Carbon and Energy Professional for consultants wishing to become a partner in the EECA “Energy Management Advisor” programme.
– Managing Carbon and Energy – Leadership General/Finance (35%)
– Managing Carbon and Energy – Tools and Processes (40%)
– Managing Carbon and Energy Products, Technologies and Productivity (25%)
This is an advanced professional development programme at the level of a post-graduate diploma delivered using self-evaluation, project and master-class interactive teaching and learning techniques.
The curriculum and outcomes are aligned with ISO Standard 14064, which provides tools for assessing and supporting greenhouse gas reduction and emissions trading, and ISO Standard 50001:2011 – Energy Management System. Both are based on the systems model of continual improvement.
The course is a combination of classroom based learning and supported self-directed activity within the workplace. This enables people with a wide range of qualifications and experience to gain additional, specialised skills and undertake important new responsibilities with confidence and competence.
The course comprises three components. Two thirds are undertaken in the workplace with tutor support and mentoring, on either side of a four-day study block.
Unit C is the process for Carbon and Energy Professional Accreditation and is the final stage of CEP Carbon and Energy Manager Professional Training programme – Learn More.
Venue: TBC possibly Wellington
Dates: TBC Oct/Nov 2021
Times: 9:00am - 5:00pm approx. daily
|Unit A: Workplace based preparation prior to the 4-day workshop (Allow a few hours)||Participants are given the opportunity to complete assignments and undertake a personal and organisational gap analysis prior to the 4-day study block. NB: Pre-course assignments are voluntary.|
|Unit B: 4-day workshop (Karstens, Level 4, 205 Queen Street, Auckland )||4-7May 2021 (Mon-Thur)|
|Unit C: Prepare and submit Carbon-Energy policy/action plan for Certification (40 hours)||From next working day after study block completed (12-14 weeks)|
|Registration Type (price per person)||
CEP Member price
|Units A & B (Preparation Assignments and 4-day course)||
|Unit C - Accreditation (Certification will be based on individual assessment and satisfactory documents submitted, as agreed with the programme leaders. There is no written exam)||
|Total Unit A, B & C||$4,690||$5,130|