EMANZ training courses

EMANZ, the Energy Management Association of New Zealand, works with EECA to improve energy management knowledge and standards in New Zealand.

EMANZ delivers specialist practitioner energy management training and professional development, and works with organisations across a range of technologies and disciplines to target areas where significant improvements in energy efficiency can be made.

EMANZ courses are reviewed and updated based on current industry best practice, and delivered by EMANZ trainers who are industry specialists in the particular training field.

EMANZ delivers the following training and professional development courses:

 

Energy-Carbon Manager Professional Training & Accreditation

When:    6, 7, 8 & 9 November 2018
Where:   Wellington
Trainer:  ECMP Team

The course is suitable for people with diverse managerial expertise and experiences who need 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 an EMANZ Energy & Carbon Manager Professional for consultants wishing to become a partner in the EECA "Energy Management Advisor" programme.

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Industrial Energy Systems Optimisation (Pilot)

When:    26 & 27 November 2018
Where:   Auckland - Karstens Conference Centre , L4, 205 Queen Street
Trainer:  Jonathon Pooch

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.

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Business Case Basics Workshop

When:    29 November 2018
Where:   Auckland  - Butterfly Creek , near Auckland Airport
Trainer:  Dr Mike Hopkins

This one day workshop focuses on understanding how to present the financial benefits of a project.  The workshop covers the drivers of financial decision making, different investment assessment tools – and how to use them properly, prioritising projects, adjusting for risk, dealing with the unquantifiables and presenting the business case.

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