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Promoting Energy Efficiency Course

Places available on Discounted Promoting Energy Efficiency Course 24th September 2014

Following the success of the previous courses, where 100% of attendees would recommend this course to others, Severn Wye are due to run the course again on Wednesday 24th September 2014 in Cardiff.

The course is a one day Skills First level 1 qualification called ‘Promoting Energy Efficiency’. This is great for those just starting out in the industry or for those who have a good understanding but need some help in communicating their knowledge to customers. We particularly see this as an important course for any customer facing staff as it will help them to link measures together providing added service and satisfaction for the customer and opportunity of a cross-sell for the company. This is also an excellent course for any employee as it will help them to take steps to reduce energy in their own homes and to advise colleagues and friends.

Three different aspects of energy efficiency are looked at during the course:

  1. The reasons for adopting energy efficiency behaviours and the effect these can then have on energy consumption
  2. The measures and initiatives available to customers to encourage take-up
  3. Help understanding the effective ways of communicating the information to customers

Additionally, for any businesses with staff living or working in Wales we have funding through Welsh Government to offer the course for £63 or £105 per person dependant on the number of employees within the organisation*.

To reserve a space, for more information on the course or to discuss in-house courses/alternative locations please respond to this email and we will get in contact with you. Alternatively, you can find more details on the course on our website www.energyadvicetraining.co.uk  or call us on 01452 833 601.

*Please be aware that this funding is not available to Public Sector Organisations





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