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Energy Management - Level 5

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Overview

Energy Management – Level 5 is designed to teach you about energy management along with the laws of thermodynamics. The course will cover the relationships between energy and material flow as well as energy units and energy conversion.

In order to understand Energy management properly, one must be familiar with the energy balance and enthalpy. Energy Management will put down the guidelines that how energy can be recovered from biogas and how waste gas is thermally incinerated in order to conserve energy.

Energy Management is meant to guide you on the economics of energy management by demonstrating real-world scenarios and how to manage them in a way such that energy is conserved and utilised in other places.  The course will teach you how to design an energy-conserving system based on thermal energy.

Why Study at 1Training

1Training is a leading online provider for several accrediting bodies and provides learners with the opportunity to take this exclusive CPD course.  At 1Training, we give our fullest attention to our learners’ needs and ensure they have the necessary information required to proceed with the training.

Learners who register will be given excellent learning support, discounts for future purchases, and be eligible for a TOTUM Discount card and Student ID card with amazing offers and access to retail stores, the library, cinemas, gym memberships, and their favourite restaurant.

Learning outcomes

  • Gain an understanding of energy management
  • Learn the role of the laws of thermodynamics in energy conservation
  • Gain an understanding of the relationship between energy balance and enthalpy
  • Learn how an energy-conserving system is made.

Key Features

Gain an accredited UK qualification

Access to excellent quality study materials

Learners will be eligible for TOTUM Discount Card

Personalised learning experience

One year’s access to the course

Support by phone, live chat, and email

  • Learners should be over the age of 16 and have a basic understanding of English, ICT, and numeracy.
  • A sound educational background is recommended
  • Anyone who are interested in the energy management.

In order to pass the course ‘Energy Management – Level 5’ learners will complete an online quiz which will be immediately marked, with learners knowing right away whether they’ve passed the test.

Upon the successful completion of the course, you will be awarded the Certificate for ‘Energy Management – Level 5’ by CPD.

Access Duration

The course will be directly delivered to you, and you have 12 months of access to the online learning portal from the date you joined the course. The course is self-paced, and you can complete it in stages, revisiting the sessions at any time.

Awarding Body

CPD is a leading awarding body in the United Kingdom that meets an excellent standard of high-quality education. CPD is committed to the enhancement of proficiency and personal skills in order to develop learners’ skills and abilities. CPD ensures that both practical and academic qualifications assist individuals to re-skill or up-skill and maintain a competitive advantage in their chosen industry.

Career Path & Progression

The Certificate Energy Management- Level 5 will improve your candidature for a number of jobs across multiple sectors.  You can study further related courses that will open the door to new and exciting opportunities and enhance your expertise in this subject, and add this as a skillset on your resume. Your skills will be recognized by leading employers and top organisations that will enable you to land a generous-paying job, plenty of benefits, and a wide array of opportunities. Given below are job titles you can compete for, along with the average UK salary per annum according to https://www.glassdoor.com.

  • Energy Manager £62K (approximately)
  • Energy Analyst £49K
  • Learners should be over the age of 16 and have a basic understanding of English, ICT, and numeracy.
  • A sound educational background is recommended
  • Anyone who are interested in the energy management.

In order to pass the course ‘Energy Management – Level 5’ learners will complete an online quiz which will be immediately marked, with learners knowing right away whether they’ve passed the test.

Upon the successful completion of the course, you will be awarded the Certificate for ‘Energy Management – Level 5’ by CPD.

Access Duration

The course will be directly delivered to you, and you have 12 months of access to the online learning portal from the date you joined the course. The course is self-paced, and you can complete it in stages, revisiting the sessions at any time.

Awarding Body

CPD is a leading awarding body in the United Kingdom that meets an excellent standard of high-quality education. CPD is committed to the enhancement of proficiency and personal skills in order to develop learners’ skills and abilities. CPD ensures that both practical and academic qualifications assist individuals to re-skill or up-skill and maintain a competitive advantage in their chosen industry.

Career Path & Progression

The Certificate Energy Management- Level 5 will improve your candidature for a number of jobs across multiple sectors.  You can study further related courses that will open the door to new and exciting opportunities and enhance your expertise in this subject, and add this as a skillset on your resume. Your skills will be recognized by leading employers and top organisations that will enable you to land a generous-paying job, plenty of benefits, and a wide array of opportunities. Given below are job titles you can compete for, along with the average UK salary per annum according to https://www.glassdoor.com.

  • Energy Manager £62K (approximately)
  • Energy Analyst £49K
Course Curriculum Total Units : 177
1. Energy Management
1.1 Energy Management
1.2 Energy and Material Flow
1.3 Synthesis and Analysis
1.4 Separators and Reactors
2. The Laws Of Thermodynamics
2.1 The Laws of Thermodynamics
2.2 Low-Grade Energy
2.3 The Three R’S
2.4 Power Plant Waste Heat
2.5 Carnot Engine I
2.6 Carnot Engine II
3. Energy Units And Energy Conversion
3.1 Energy Units and Energy Conversion
3.2 U.S. Household Energy Use
3.3 Home Heating Efficiency
3.4 Efficiency of Heating Water
3.5 FUEL Choices
3.6 A Drop in the Boiler
3.7 Power Plant Ash I
3.8 Power Plant Ash II
3.9 Combined Heat and Power (CHP)
3.10 Refuse to Electricity
3.11 Historical Efficiency of Producing Electricity
3.12 150 Years Ago
3.13 Energy Demand Growth
3.14 Alaska Pipeline
3.15 Windmill Power
3.16 Wind Energy to Electrical Energy
3.17 Wind Energy I
3.18 Wind Energy II
3.19 Wind Turbine Evolution
3.20 Wind Turbine Power Rating
3.21 Wind Speed Variation and Power Generation
3.22 Photovoltaic Conversion of Solar Energy to Electrical Energy
3.23 Value Of Energy In Sunlight
3.24 Solar Energy – Roof Collection
3.25 Ethanol Energy Balance
4. The Energy Balance And Enthalpy
4.1 The Energy Balance and Enthalpy
4.2 Enthalpy of Evaporation
4.3 Power Plant Cooling Water
4.4 Making Steam
4.5 High-Temperature Steam (U.S. UNITS)
4.6 High Temperature Steam (SI UNITS)
4.7 Cooling Air With Water (U.S. UNITS)
4.8 Cooling Air With Water (SI UNITS)
4.9 Enthalpy of Humid Air (SI UNITS)
4.10 Enthalpy of Humid Air (U.S. UNITS)
4.11 Specific Heat of a Nitrogen-Oxygen Mixture
4.12 Heat Recovery
4.13 Condensing Ethanol
4.14 Cheese Making –Ammonia Condensation
4.15 Combustion Air Pre-Heater I
4.16 Combustion Air Preheater II
4.17 Cotton Textiles
4.18 Heat Exchange for Wastewater Sludge
4.19 Air-To-Flue Gas Heat Exchanger
4.20 Internet Technical Chat on Sludge Heating
4.21 Heat Recovery from Centrifuged Sludge
4.22 Heat Exchanger Duty
4.23 Precooling Air for Bag house Filter
4.24 Gas Stream Cooling Requirements
4.25 Air Conditioning
4.26 Ventilation & Heating
4.27 Boiler
4.28 Cooling Tower Range and Approach
4.29 Cooling Tower Efficiency
4.30 Cooling Capacity
4.31 Ton of Refrigeration
4.32 Ton of Refrigeration –Rules of Thumb
4.33 Boiler Horsepower
4.34 Boiler Fuel Consumption
5. Combustion Of Municipal Refuse
5.1 Combustion of Municipal Refuse
5.2 Combustion of Municipal Refuse
5.3 Incineration of Hydrocarbons
5.4 Combustion of Municipal Refuse
5.5 Empirical Formula for a Mixed Solid Waste
5.6 Refuse as Fuel
5.7 Heating Value of Municipal refuse
5.8 Refuse Derived Fuel
6. Energy Recovery From Biogas
6.1 Energy Recovery From Biogas
6.2 Stoichiometric Combustion of Methane
6.3 Landfill Gas
6.4 Methane Production in a Landfill
6.5 Landfill Gas Production Capacity
6.6 Model for Landfill Gas Production
6.7 EPA Landgem Methane Production Forecasts
6.8 Open Flare Burning of Waste Landfill Waste Gas
6.9 Energy Balance for Mesophilic Anaerobic Digestion
6.10 Thermophilic Anaerobic Digestion
6.11 Energy From Manure
6.12 Gas Utilisation Options
6.13 Digester Gas for Microturbine Electricity Generation
7. Thermal Incineration Of Waste Gas
7.1 Thermal Incineration of Waste Gas
7.2 Lower Explosive Limit of Toluene
7.3 Lower Explosive Limit of a Voc Mixture
7.4 Combustion of Hydrocarbons
7.5 Combustion of Gasoline
7.6 Burning Ethane
7.7 Burning a Mixture of Gases
7.8 Center Position (Between Legs)
7.9 Combustion of a Hydrocarbon Mixture I
7.10 Combustion of a Hydrocarbon Mixture II
7.11 Combustion Stoichiometry
7.12 Hazardous Waste Incineration Stoichiometry
7.13 Combustion Temperatures
7.14 Combustion Chamber Volume
7.15 Hazardous Waste Incineration
7.16 Thermal Oxidation
7.17 Thermal Incineration
7.18 Catalytic Combustion
8. Energy Conservative Design
8.1 Energy Conservative Design
8.2 Countercurrent Heat Exchanger Area
8.3 Co-Current Heat Exchanger Area
8.4 Heat Transfer Area
8.5 Odor Control
8.6 Heat Exchangers in Series
8.7 Recirculating System
8.8 Heating and Cooling a Reactor I
8.9 Reactor System Redesign
8.10 Heating and Cooling a Reactor II
8.11 Cooling a Reactor
8.12 Heat Exchanger Network Design I
8.13 Heat Exchanger Network Design II
8.14 Heat Exchange Network
9. Energy Consumption By Pumping
9.1 Energy Consumption By Pumping
9.2 System Head Curve
9.3 Change in Pump Efficiency
9.4 Pump Efficiency
9.5 Throttled Pump Characteristic Curve
9.6 Head Loss in a Straight Pipe
9.7 Head Loss With a Gate Valve
9.8 System Curve and Pump Efficiency
9.9 Pumping System
9.10 Pipe Loop I
9.11 Pipe Loop II
9.12 Pumping Between Two Reservoirs
9.13 Heating System
10. Energy For Blowers & Compressors
10.1 Energy For Blowers and Compressors
10.2 Blower Operating Curve
10.3 Wastewater Aeration
10.4 Estimating the Required Air Flow
10.5 Pressure Drop in Fine Bubble Diffusersystem (U.S. UNITS)
10.6 Pressure Drop in Fine Bubble Diffuser System (SI UNITS)
10.7 Blower Outlet Temperature
10.8 Blower Power (U.S. UNITS)
10.9 Blower Power (SI UNITS)
10.10 Diurnal Air Flow Variation
11. Economics Of Energy Management
11.1 Economics of Energy Management
11.2 Energy for Drinking Water and Wastewater Utilities
11.3 Energy for Wastewater Treatment
11.4 Wastewater Treatment Plant Energy I
11.5 Wastewater Treatment Plant Energy II
11.6 Compressed Air
11.7 Cost of Compressed Air
11.8 Economy of Scale –Heat Exchangers
11.9 Joint Treatment
11.10 Pollution Prevention Saves
11.11 Audit of Pumping Energy
11.12 Electric Bill
11.13 Peak Electrical Demand Charges
11.14 Demand Charges
11.15 Payback Time for Spray Painting
11.16 Payback Period I
11.17 Payback Period II
11.18 Savings at Sheboygan Wi
11.19 Future Value of Money
11.20 Present Value of Money
11.21 Aerated Lagoon Energy Savings
11.22 Loan Repayment
11.23 Comparing Two Pumps
11.24 Air Compressor Life Cycle Cost
11.25 Cost of Lifting Water
11.26 Water Filtration
11.27 Temporary Water Main
11.28 Activated Sludge Air Supply
11.29 Pumping Between Two Reservoirs (SI UNITS)
Mock Exam
Mock Exam: Energy Management – Level 5
Final Exam
Final Exam: Energy Management – Level 5
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