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  • Welcome to the “Energy Manager Foundation Training Course”If an organisation wants to run an effective and efficient energy management system, the Energy Manager is the most important person.This course aims to help energy managers to understand the practical aspects of theirrole.In this first module, we will provide an overview of the course.
  • Managing Energy is one of the most important tasks in a business operation. HOWEVERIt is also one of the most underrated positions.
  • When “energy” is mentioned, most people think first about electricity, oil, gas, solar, wind… and so on.Typically, the emphasis in energy management is on the understanding and efficient use of energy-affecting technologies. In fact, for an energy management system, the most important aspect requiring management is “PEOPLE”.It is the need to interact with people that makes ‘Energy Manager’ such a challenging role.
  • Fortunately, there is a very useful International guideline that we can use - the energy management standard ISO 50001. 50001 creates a common internationallanguage and a systemic implementation tool for energy management. Using these guideline will ensure the implementation of a sound EnMS operation and enable continual appropriate energy performance under your leadership.
  • This course is supported by the Copper Alliance, which sees energy management as critical to future business development through sustainability. It is offered free of charge to learners on Leonardo Academy, Copper Alliance’s campus for education and training on sustainable energy topics. TheCopper Alliance is supporting this course as part of their campaign to promote an increase in the numbers of trained energy managers in industry.The course is designed for energy managers, i.e. the person in an organization responsible for energy. This can be either a fulltime or part-time function.Through the course, we intend to demonstrate the effectiveness of the ISO 50001 guidelines in developing and operating an energy management system for your organization.By using e-Learning, the Copper Alliance is maximising access to these materials and allowing people to train at their workplace.
  • The primary target audience for the course is energy managers appointed by top management to implement and their organisation’s energy management system. However, the course can also be useful for all practitioners concerned with energy management. This course is structured into 9 chapters with total 51 e-Learning modules. The duration of each module is between 5 and 10 minutes including a multiple-choice quiz to be taken at the end of each chapters  for 30 minutes.Each chapter finishes with a test of the concepts you encountered during that chapter. To complete the 51 modules should take up to 10 hours. We recommend that youcomplete the course over 1-4 weeks.Upon completion of this course, a certificate of accomplishment will be issued. Learners can then proceed to some of the more specialised modules on energy management on Leonardo Academy.
  • The 9 chapters listed here seek to help you achieve continual energy performance improvement at your organisation using an energy management system that conforms to ISO 50001 EnMS International Standard.Chapter 1 gives a high level introduction on energy management.Chapters 2 and 3 describe how to set up your organisation for energy management.Chapters 4 to 9 take you through the various stages of the energy management cycle.
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    • 1. Energy Management Foundation Training Course overview
    • 2. Welcome to the course You are embarking upon a training course entitled Energy Manager Training Managing Energy is one of the most important tasks in business operations. HOWEVER It is also the most underrated position, given the importance of its role. 2 | Course Overview
    • 3. Welcome to the course The scope of energy in business includes All Energy used to generate business output Including sources such as Electricity, Fuel, and Water among others Never forget however that the single most important element is People 3 | Course Overview
    • 4. Welcome to the course The concepts applied in this course are in line with the International Standard for Energy Management Systems (EnMS) or ISO 50001 Using these guideline will ensure the implementation of a sound EnMS operation and enable continual appropriate energy performance under your leadership 4 | Course Overview
    • 5. Aim of the course  The Copper Alliance, through, developed and established this unique, practical and intensive training course so that energy managers can take a leading role in the operation of the Energy Management System (EnMS)  Your assignment as energy manager identifies you as the person responsible for energy within your organization  The intention of this course is to demonstrate the effectiveness of the ISO 50001 guidelines for implementing EnMS operations within your Organization.  We recognize that it is not practical to take you away from your work site to engage in an intensive training course. Therefore this comprehensive training course is based on self-paced e-learning 5 | Course Overview
    • 6. Course Overview (1)  The course will develop energy managers who, when appointed by top management, can take responsibility and a leadership role in running an ISO 50001 level EnMS operation  This course is structured into 9 chapters with 51 e-Learning modules. The duration of each module is between 5 and 10 minutes  At the end of each chapter, there is a multiple-choice quiz  The course finishes with an exam leading to a certificate of accomplishment  The 51 modules total up to 10 hours. The recommended duration to complete the course is 1-4 weeks from when the learner begins the course  Upon completion of this course, participants will receive a certificate of accomplishment 6 | Course Overview
    • 7. Course Overview (2)  Chapter 1: Introduction to the Energy Management System (EnMS) Appreciation of the superiority of a ISO 50001 level EnMS operation  Chapter 2: Top Management in EnMS Assurance of top management commitment to EnMS  Chapter 3: Energy Manager in EnMS Fully understand the role and responsibility for taking action  Chapter 4: Energy Review Competent to implement an Energy Review for your organization  Chapter 5: EnMS Action Plan Setting up an action plan as recommended by the Energy Review  Chapter 6: EnMS implementation and operation Implement Energy Efficient actions defined in the plan  Chapter 7: Managing Performance Improvement Review the performance status and improvement procedure  Chapter 8: Performance Verification Review the procedures verifying savings as a result of the EnMS  Chapter 9: Management Review Assemble a management review session to report on training results 7 | Course Overview
    • 8. Learning Goal (1) Becoming a fully competent Energy Manager able to lead the organization’s EnMS operations:  Determining the best EnMS tailored for a particular organization  Assume a leading role in EnMS operations and develop a robust relationship with top management  Determine your organization’s current energy use and how it must be structured to improve energy performance  Learn to identify your organization’s baseline and target EnPI  Learn the procedures and results expected from energy review activities 8 | Course Overview
    • 9. Learning Goal (2) Becoming a fully competent Energy Manager is within reach:  Use the Plan - Do - Check - Act (PDCA) continual improvement framework to incorporate energy management into everyday organizational practices: • Establish an action plan (P) • Implement and manage (D) • Check overall performance including the effect of audit (C) • Manage continual performance improvement procedures leading to measurable results (A)  Learn how to run effective management review sessions to accelerate operations and motivate the workforce with top management involvement  Identify and report 9 | Course Overview
    • 10. Expected benefits Your (Energy Manager) Objective:  Understand energy impact on business output  Expose concepts company-wide to build up experience faster  Improve management skills  Secure a more promising career path by developing sustainable business Your Organization’s Objective:  Business development through sustainability with ISO 50001 level EnMS operations  Develop a highly competent energy manager  Cost reduction/profit improvement  Enhanced management systems 10 | Course Overview
    • 11. EnMS Objective: EnMS Objective is pursuing continual energy performance improvement. 11 | Course Overview