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Designed to provide delegates (who have prior knowledge or experience in energy management) with a general understanding of the management system approach and the requirements of ISO 50001.


To give basic understanding of:

  • Purpose of an energy management system
  • Business and environmental benefits of improving energy performance
  • Relevant legislation and sources of legislation
  • Terminology defined within the standard
  • Difference between legal compliance and conformance with the standard
  • Energy policies, energy review, energy baseline and energy performance indicators
  • Energy objectives and targets
  • Operational controls applied to significant energy use and their affect on energy performance
  • Typical monitoring and measurement procedures
  • Procurement of energy services, products, equipment and energy
  • Design of facilities, equipment, systems and processes

Prior knowledge

Before commencing this course delegates are advised that they should have prior knowledge of:

  • Knowledge of management systems
  • Plan, do, check, act framework
  • The core management system elements of management responsibility, policy, planning, implementation, measurement, review and continual improvement
  • The interrelationship between the core management system elements
  • Knowledge of the following energy management principles and concepts:
  • Principles of fuel combustion, heat transfer and energy flow
  • The relevant sources of energy regulation, guidelines and standards
  • Typical methods and technologies for increasing efficiency
  • Energy measurement units, sources, costs, tariffs and scheduling
  • Energy use data analysis methods
  • Energy performance indicators, monitoring and performance measurement
  • The impact of organizational processes and equipment on energy efficiency
  • Electricity use: motors, drives, lighting, computers

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