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Our Courses can be adapted to your needs and the needs of your organisation.  Explore our Courses below, and be sure to Enquire with us for further information on the Courses we have in development.

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Course No: 001

Nuclear Fusion - Technical and Business Essentials

Aim: 

The aim of this training course is to introduce Nuclear Fusion as a viable energy source and solution/contributor to the Energy Transition and Net Zero Ambitions; as well as introduce the potential spin-off technologies that could contribute to the development of other sectors and industries. 

Duration:

2 sessions x 3 hours

Learning Outcomes:

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Upon the completion of this training course, the delegates will understand:

  1. The History of Development of Nuclear Fusion

  2. The case for Fusion as a reliable and abundant Energy Source

  3. The Technical Characteristics of Nuclear Fusion

  4. The Technical comparison with Nuclear Fission

  5. The Challenges with Nuclear Fusion

  6. The state of the art Fusion development and different approaches

  7. The status of R&D and Projects involving Nuclear Fusion

  8. The Technical Development & Commercialisation Roadmap

  9. The impact of Nuclear Fusion on the modern energy sector

  10. Other benefits of Nuclear Fusion and spin-off Technologies

Instructor:

Audience:

Everyone interested in the current status and potential of Nuclear Fusion, from Policy Makers, Industry Groups and Organisations.

Coordinating Scientist for ITER Organisation (the world's largest fusion experiment)

for over 6 years with 200 published Scientific Articles and currently Managing Director of Zenon Research, a non-profit Think Tank conducting studies on the long-term future of humanity and focusing on 3 main areas: energy, space and artificial intelligence.

Gregory De Temmerman

Course No: 002

Offshore Wind (OSW) - Technical and Business Essentials

Aim: 

To provide an overview of the technical and business elements of Offshore Wind (OSW), including the market size & opportunity and the typical project timeline, manpower levels and contract packages.

Duration:

2 sessions x 3 hours

Learning Outcomes:

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Upon the completion of this training course, the delegates will understand:

  1. A technical & cost overview of OSW inc. the history of development

  2. The Market Opportunity (Global & Regional Market Size & Trends)

  3. Case Study: UK & European Policy & ScotWind Leasing Round

  4. Project Development Phases and Timelines

  5. Construction and Project Management Essentials

  6. Operations & Maintenance & Decommissioning Essentials

  7. OSW Business & Financial Models and Commercial considerations

  8. Risk Management (key safety considerations)

  9. Case Study: OSW in 2030 a look-ahead

  10. Key takeaways and considerations

Audience:

Individuals, Policy Makers, the Supply Chain and Energy Operators interested in the technical and business essentials of OSW.

Instructor:

An International Hydrogen and OSW Advisor and Trainer.

With over 25 years real-world experience and a track record of successful major project delivery for Shell, SSE, and EON, Charley is a trusted business consultant for global energy companies and an advocate and facilitator for the emerging Energy Transition.

Charley Rattan

Course No: 003

The Energy Transition - Start with Why

Aim: 

The aim of this training course is to provide delegates with an increased awareness of the term Energy Transition and the PESTLE (Political, Economic, Social, Technological, Legal and Environmental) forces driving the Energy Transition; in additional delegates will understand the role of previous Energy Transitions and Industrial Revolutions. 

Duration:

2 sessions x 3 hours

Learning Outcomes:

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Upon the completion of this training course, the delegates will understand:

  1. The term 'Energy Transition' 

  2. The term and key elements of the Energy Mix

  3. The role of Industrial Revolutions in previous Energy Transitions

  4. The term and key elements of the '4th Industrial Revolution'

  5. The Environmental Forces driving the Energy Transition

  6. The Legal Forces driving the Energy Transition

  7. The Technological Forces driving the Energy Transition

  8. The Social Forces driving the Energy Transition

  9. The Economic Forces driving the Energy Transition

  10. The Political Forces driving the Energy Transition

  11. Case Studies: Europe, APAC and North America (others on request)

Instructor:

Audience:

All walks of life from the General Public, Policy Makers, Organisations and Operators switching strategy in line with the Energy Transition.

Paul has provided consultancy for global organisations on the opportunity surrounding the Energy Transition.

After 10 years within the Energy Sector and from personal experience, Paul is acutely aware of the need for individuals and organisations to pivot careers, strategies and polices in-line with the market forces of the Energy Transition

Paul Pinkerton

Course No: 004

Hydrogen Safely (Level 1) - IOSH accreditation pending

Aim: 

This course is a focus on safety issues related to specific types of operations, materials, protocols, detection, controls and barriers. What lessons have been learned in operations.

Duration:

2 Sessions x 3 Hours

Learning Outcomes:

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Upon the completion of this training course, the delegates will understand:

  1. To understand the practical risks associated with the use of Hydrogen

  2. To understand the main principles of Hydrogen (main fire, explosion)

  3. To understand the scale of risk depending on the quantity of Hydrogen

  4. To understand the previous major accidents involving Hydrogen

  5. To understand the risk control, mitigation and elimination strategies

  6. Safety considerations for the production and use of Hydrogen

  7. Understand the practical approaches to Risk Management

Audience:

Instructor:

For 20 years, Shaun has worked extensively with training organisations.

Shaun has spent nearly twenty years working in the international energy industry. During this time, he has managed and delivered quality services to a range of business types from small independent training organisations to large multinational operators.

Shaun Minty

Plant Operators, Safety and Quality Engineers, Plant Managers, First Responders, Control and Automation Engineers and anyone working within Hydrogen Facilities.

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Hydrogen - Designing Safely

Understand how to develop functional specifications leading to the safe design of hydrogen generation, storage and delivery systems. Gain knowledge of codes and standards and how to apply. Know how to draw and apply lessons from incident databases.

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Hydrogen - Technical & Business Essentials

Gain knowledge of market trends, knowledge of key technologies and factors such as cost, scale and applicability. Assess the business case for integrating hydrogen into existing business or for taking an investment position on an aspect of hydrogen technology.