Dates: TBC (2 days)
Times: 9.00am–5:00pm (NZST)
Venue: Online (Via GotoMeeting)
Trainer: Jonathan Pooch (DETA Consulting)
This 2-day course is designed to enable the fine tuning of industrial processes to minimise energy use, cost and carbon emissions while maintaining process integrity and quality.
Who is the course for?
The course delivers the essential knowledge needed by plant operators, maintenance managers, contractor-based engineers and designers and graduate energy engineers to keep the processes they manage running smoothly, effectively and efficiently. The course will benefit them and, through them, their employers who will enjoy reduced costs and more efficient operations.
It is geared towards cost savings in larger organisations operating industrial processes, especially those with significant energy consumption.
The course will use real world case studies to supplement learning and illustrate potential benefits.
- The relationship between energy and carbon
- Understanding your process
- Process optimisation
- Continuous improvement methodologies
- Conducting experiments
- Collecting data, measurement and verification
- Preparing a business case
Identifying savings in:
- Heat driven processes
- Refrigeration processes
- Industrial HVAC
- Compressed air processes
- Pump and fan operation
- Motor and drive operations
“I would recommend this course as a great introduction to all things process heat.”
Cassidy van Vuuren (Graduate Engineer – Energy & Carbon)
Energy Master Accreditation
This course forms part of a pathway to accreditation as an Industrial Energy Systems Optimisation Energy Master (IESO).
NB: The IESO Accreditation Assessment is $750+GST per person per attempt.
When should you register?
To confirm delivery of this training course we require a minimum of 6 registered attendees (maximum of 15 attendees per course). Please complete your online registration as soon as possible so we can secure the training delivery date.
If you require a letter of support to assist with funding approval, please contact the CEP Office.
Please read the Refund Policy before confirming your registration.