Participants from Ford, The National Grid, and the NHS have recently achieved the internationally recognised Galileo Master Certificate (GMC) for Electric Vehicles. You can attend and achieve this award at the upcoming Accredited Electric Vehicles course at the University of London: https://www.EUenergycentre.org/training/119-electric-vehicles
***The internationally recognised Galileo Master Certificate has earned strong reputation and it has been awarded to high-profile companies such as Coca Cola, the Royal Air Force, Ferrero, Fiat and Honeywell.
The EEC Accredited Centre is an Independent Professional Body and trains about 5000 individuals every year in over 300 training courses across Europe. Courses leading to the Certificate are delivered across 21 European Universities.
To see a full list of training courses on offer from EEC please click here.
Accredited Electric Vehicles Training Course (2 days, CPD approved, achieve GMC):
– Taught by Leading Expert who will encourage discussion and knowledge sharing
– Held at excellent London University Location
– Offers participants the opportunity to achieve the GMC Certificate
– Teaches participants about EV technology; re-charging; infrastructure; business and economic perspectives plus the future of EV
The next Electric Vehicles course will take place on the 6th – 7th June 2018 at the University of London (or, please enquire for alternative dates and locations)
Part-funding is currently available to support any individual who would like to progress their career and learn more about the fast growing Electric Vehicles sector. For more information about the part-funding options that are available, please get in touch by emailing training@EUenergycentre.org or calling (UK) 0131 446 9479. You can also submit a reservation form on the course page, which can be found here: https://www.EUenergycentre.org/training/119-electric-vehicles
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Professional Body for Education in Renewable EnergyUnited Nations Environment Programme & European Energy Centre:
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The European Energy Centre awards internationally recognised qualifications and is accredited by the SQA.