Free e-learning Modules – Enrichment of EUREM training
Within the EU-project “EUREMnext”, the EUREM training are enriched with new modules in e-learning format. Thanks to the new technologies that make e-learning functionalities easily accessible, it will be possible to cover additional content without adding too much presence time to the current course format.
Under this link https://training.eurem.net/course/index.php?categoryid=64 all e-learning modules in 12 different languages are availabe. The modules are also accessible to users not subscribed to a EUREM course. Interested parties only have to register themselves on the “Moodle” platform and will have freely access to them. Those, who are already registered on Moodle, can use their usual account to access the eLearning modules.
The four e-learning Modules provide an overview on:
- Module 1: Energy Audit Standards EN 16247 & ISO 50002
- Module 2: Mobility Management in Businesses
- Module 3: Employee Motivation & Communication of Energy Issues
- Module 4: Industry 4.0 & Energy Efficiency
Two further modules, which are not only e-learning based, but do also contain face-to-face elements complete the e-learning concept.
- Module 5: Financial project appraisal
- Module 6: Practical module based on Energy Audit Support Tool for production processes
Check them out and let us have your feedback!
Check out the following videos in which some of the participating EnergyManagers give insight about EUREMnext and their project work.
Heat pump replaces old cooling system in Serbia
Electrical optimization in an Olympic Sports Centre in Latvia
Optimisation of a Data Centre Room Cooling System in Albania
Heat recovery from the production process of metalworking machinery
in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Interview on EnergyManagers’ experience with the EUREM course
and its benefits in Turkey
Reconstruction of the lighting for an engine and generator factory
warehouse in Estonia
The newsletters offer a comprehensive overview of the successes already achieved within the EUREMnext project.
Check out our three project newsletters below to find out what’s going on and how you can benefit from the EUREMnext project!
- Project newsletter EUREMnext_News 1 (November 2018)
- Project newsletter EUREMnext_News 2 (July 2019)
- Project newsletter EUREMnext _News 3 (October 2020)
Successful implementation and extension of EUREM in six new countries
One of the overarching strategic objective of the EUREMnext project is to transfer EUREM to six new countries (Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Estonia, Latvia, Serbia and Turkey) and to allow more persons to become qualified/accredited experts or upgrade their knowledge and skills.
Since December 2019, all six new EUREM providers have started their pilot courses with 72 participants in total. All six countries have successfully finished their pilot courses. Next step will be to achieve national accrediation/recognition in order to enable a continuation of the training offer after the project duration.
One of the success factors of EUREM is the exchange of experience among the participants. The international EUREM conferences offer an excellent opportunity to maintain contacts after the end of the training courses, and to keep up-to-date on important energy topics.
9th International European EnergyManager Conference in Prague (6th & 7th November 2018)
On 6th and 7th of November 2018, 200 EnergyManagers met at the 9th International Conference for European EnergyManagers in Prague, Czech Republic. Thanks to the funding of the EU, the EUREMnext Consortium was able to include several highlights (e. g. EUREM Award) and offers translations to more languages than usual.
You can find the detailed conference and workshop programmes as well as additional information: www.eurem-conference2018.com
10th International European EnergyManager Conference in Athens (30th September & 1st October 2020)
The 10th EUREM Conference for European EnergyManagers took place within the framework of a virtual event due to Corona restrictions. It was originally planned as a presence meeting in Athens, Greece, and was organized virtually from there. The transmission of the two-day online event took place from 30th September to 1st October and has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme.
You can find the detailed conference and workshop programmes as well as additional information on eurem-conference.com.