Qualifications and internationally recognised Certificates are awarded on all of the ECT’s training courses
Over 5000 individuals a year attend more than 300 professional training courses at 21 universities worldwide
The Internationally Recognised Certificate for the Engineering, Management and Financial Sectors
Glasgow Caledonian University
Imperial College London
Edinburgh Napier University
The University of London
Training Workshops | Renowned Certificates | International Conferences | Live Webinars | Major Universities
EEC-ECT organises educational activities in cooperation with the above universities and international organisations.
The internationally recognised Galileo Master Certificate has been awarded for over 40 years and earned a strong reputation in the industry, where it has been awarded to high-profile companies such as Coca Cola, Tesco, Oxfam GB, the Royal Air Force, Ferrero, Fiat and Honeywell.
The ECT Centre of Technology is an Independent Professional Body and trains over 5000 individuals each year on more than 300 training courses across Europe. Approved courses leading to the Certificate are delivered in 21 Universities worldwide.
To see a full list of Approved Courses and Accredited Training at The European Centre of Technology ECT, please click here.
“I would like to underline the instructor’s high level of preparation, alongside their good spirit of collaboration, dedication, flexibility and professionalism”
(Ms Vecchio, Civilian Human Resources Management, NATO)
“We were impressed with the ability to provide courses facilitated by academic experts and carried out within our premises in order to ease the logistical pressures that training personnel on this scale brings”
“The internationally recognised Galileo Master Certificate (GMC) takes the level of your competency to a greater height and gives you more confidence to work independently”
(Nar Bahadur Khatiwora)
A Review of the Paris Agreement (COP21) by The European Centre of Technology ECT Expert Professor Sklar, George Washington University.
The 21st Council of the Parties (COP21) ended in Paris as the first time in history where most of the countries in the world actually agreed to very public and somewhat ambitious actions to significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
As one leading journal stated ,“In many ways Paris was already a success before the conference itself convened. For the first time, more than 180 countries…
Opportunities for Stakeholders: projects and opportunities through The European Centre of Technology ECT for individuals and organisations to get involved with UNEP’s work in developing countries.
There are a wide range of opportunities for stakeholders – in many ways, there are more opportunities than resources available to meet them all – and our challenge is to focus on the areas where we think we can have the greatest impact. One such opportunity relates to the UN Secretary General’s…
Digital Multimedia Publication
The ECT’s multimedia publication In Focus is run parallel to the International Special Issue (ISI) which is published in print by the ECT-EEC-CSG with United Nations (UNEP)
We focus on the achievements of those who have attended courses at The European Centre of Technology ECT and attained the internationally recognised Galileo Master Certificate (GMC) to establish their careers. Read more
Following the example of many European countries, the Paris COP21 summit “transformed the United States into the global leader in fighting climate change.” (President Obama). Consequently, effective educational activities in renewable energy, such as those provided by The European Centre of Technology ECT are now essential tools in the fight against climate change… Read more