Renewable Energy Management and Finance Course to Run in London Following High-Praise from Attendees in Edinburgh Earlier this MonthFor more information, or to register your place, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Equipping participants with skills to succeed in the fast-moving arena of finance and management for the Renewables Industry, the Renewable Energy Institute’s (REI) Renewable Energy Management and Finance Course impressed delegates in Edinburgh earlier this month. With more than 40 years experience in the sector, the REI works with global authorities, including the United Nations UNEP, and leading universities worldwide to provide professional training courses, with past delegates attending from organisations including NATO, Muller, Coca-Cola and Deutsche Bank, to name but a few. Looking ahead, the REI is pleased to announce that the same course will now run in London in December. Following the success of the same course in Edinburgh earlier this month, the next Renewable Energy Management and Finance Course will run on the 8th – 9th December 2016 in London. As the Renewable Energy Industry continues to develop rapidly worldwide, skills allied to financing and managing Renewable Energy Projects are proving ever-more indispensable to companies and professionals in the sector. The Renewable Energy Management and Finance Course is taught by an REI expert lecturer with over 20 years’ experience in the field, and held in collaboration with world-leading universities. The course is continuously monitored and evaluated to ensure it reflects the most recent policy and strategy developments, so that the participants are fully aware of how the topic sits in the present context. Delegates recently attended this course in Edinburgh, at Napier University, and praise was high for how the course dealt with the relationship between renewable energy, management and finance. David Douglas, representing Muller UK and Ireland, noted that “by taking the course, I gained a much better understanding of finance in general, and in particular with regards to renewable energy.” Likewise, Robert Baran, from the North Lancashire Council, felt that the course “has given me a much better understanding of the financial terms used to confirm feasibility and profitability of a project”.
Participants were also impressed by the applicability of the course content to their day-to-day professional needs. Indeed, in the words of Mark Georgeson of Scottish Enterprise: “I gained a better understanding of financial considerations and risk considerations in projects, as well as an insight in to the macro-economic factors to think about. The content was excellent and relevant to my job.” As well as classroom learning, the REI also offers online distance learning courses, which are studied by participants in 127 countries worldwide. Caitlin Wale, of XCO2 Environmental Engineering, was impressed by the Renewable Energy Management and Finance Classroom Course in Edinburgh, noting that she had “gained skills which enable me to take a different approach when selecting renewable energy technologies”. Caitlin completed the course by telling organisers that she was now “looking forward to continuing my studies with the REI/ECT online.” The REI will continue to collaborate with prestigious universities when the Renewable Energy Management and Finance Course runs at the University of London in December. This course is specifically designed for individuals and professionals looking to familiarise themselves further with the various elements to consider when managing and financing a renewable energy project, for networking with other professionals in the same and related industries, and as an opportunity to interact with a lecturer who is an industry expert. If you would like more information, please email email@example.com and a member of the team will get back to you.
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