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Technicians and individuals with a strong interest in the electrical systems side of renewable systems.
You can start this course immediately.
You have up to three months to complete the course at your own pace.
This course is worth 20 hours of Continuous Professional Development (CPD).
(With current funding)
£540 for the standalone course
£324 as part of the Solar Energy Expert Certificate Pathway.
The Electrics for Renewables course price includes remote exam for Galileo Master Certificate; video lessons based on the live classroom training; course materials; Resource Centre access and is inclusive of VAT.
“The course has broadened my knowledge in this field. It has also given me the confidence to undertake renewable energy projects in central Africa”
Mesu Miet, KCC Electrical
Certificate of Participation provided.
Internationally recognised GMC Certificate provided to successful candidates of remote GMC exam:
The internationally recognised Galileo Master Certificate (GMC) has been achieved by participants worldwide for over 40 years, from organisations such as Hilton International Hotels, Bulb Energy, Energy Saving Trust, BNY Mellon, Global Environment Facility, and many more.
I would like to underline the instructors’ high level of preparation, alongside their good spirit of collaboration, dedication, flexibility and professionalism”
Lorenza Vecchio, NATO
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Participants connecting live from 150 countries.
Participants from all over the world can achieve the internationally recognised Galileo Master Certificate (GMC) by studying online EEC courses at home, the office, and on-the-go.
It is possible to achieve the Solar Energy Expert Certificate by studying this course along with Solar Photovoltaics and Solar Water Heating. This option is currently 25% funded. Click here for more information on this Pathway.
Past Participants of the online EEC Academy courses include representatives from major authorities and organisations, including the Volkswagen (VWFS), European Investment Bank, and the International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).
The ECT works with the United Nations (UNEP) and its partners to produce a series of publications