Creation and development of an energy educational program

Question:Which market-based approaches encourage adoption of clean technologies?
on 09/23/2016







The creation and development of an energy educational program is vital for the well-being of new generations and energy professionals. Canada is currently going through an economic revitalisation and transitioning to an innovative, productive, and low-carbon energy secure economy.

We have created and developed the DMF Energy Security and Climate Change Leadership Program to enhance and support the professionalism, skill and the leadership capacity of trades, consulting aspiring construction and energy sector professionals. Our program prepares participants to be domestic and international business leaders in emerging clean technology fields. Our course offering prepare learners with immediate in-demand technical and soft skills training focused on clean technology commercialization and business leadership development. 

Program Learning Outcomes for Participants:

  • To learn about domestic and international energy security, climate change, business development, and leadership. 
  • To learn how to produce properly formatted business documents, gain a deeper understanding of domestic and international markets, sales strategies and develop skills to be leaders of those working in the field and office.

Program Final Exit Point: Canadian Energy Security & Climate Change Leadership Certificate of Achievement.  

Credit: DMF Energy Inc., Canada

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Cristy Thiessen by Cristy Thiessen

What would the prerequisites be and where would a person take this course (I would be interested)

I think this is a good idea. I think most people would like to see Canada leader in innovative green energy and get out of the image that we are environmental criminals.For example if we can push to change the auto industry, slowly change over to electric cars (with cleaner power and battery technologies as well)  with incentives for auto companies and parts companies. If nobody takes lead and makes it more affordable and main stream quicker.

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Ashish Ranjan by Ashish Ranjan

Hi Cristy,

Thank you for your message. Yes, I agree with your viewpoint and that's why we are trying to start an educational program to bring an awareness and learning about energy security that relates to energy availability, affordability, and acceptabilty (due to environmental concerns such as emissions) and climate change which relates directly to environmental issues, as well you can build your business and leadership skills.

Currently we are starting with e-learning platform, more details about the program can be found in below link:

Also, please do let us know if you have any questions.

My Best,

Ashish Ranjan

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