Implementation of ECAP13 (Training Program) as part of an Energy Conservation support project
<Training in Japan>
Under the instruction and financial support of the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI), the Energy Conservation Center, Japan (ECCJ) invited 12 trainer candidates from seven ASEAN countries to Japan and implemented the following activities through training conducted over the five-day period between February 5 and 9, 2018.
(1) Giving lectures relating to energy management and heat and electrical technologies to the ASEAN trainer candidates.
(2) Giving lectures relating to energy management and heat and electrical technologies to the ASEAN trainer candidates.
(3) Implementation of heat and electrical calculation practice and comprehensive testing.
(4) Implementation of annual overall assessment, and awarding of ASEAN trainer certificate qualifications to 11 of the attendees.
With the objectives of enhancing the training of qualified energy managers in the 10 ASEAN countries and of building and improving the qualified manager certification systems, 12 trainer candidates from seven ASEAN countries were invited to Japan, where the following training was implemented.
(1) ECCJ experts gave lectures regarding the methods of proceeding with preparations of energy conservation policy and energy conservation legal system, and about heat and electrical technologies helpful in energy conservation.
(2) The trainer candidates were asked to give presentations of their country’s energy conservation audit results and to submit audit reports, and each of these was evaluated by the experts.
(3) Following the implementation of case studies in heat and electrical technologies, overall testing was implemented including in energy management.
(4) The test results implemented in Thailand, the report of the country’s energy conservation audit results, audit result presentation, and test results from the training in Japan this time were comprehensively evaluated.
(5) Eleven of the training participants passed the training and were awarded certification as ASEAN trainers. It is planned to present five of the highest achieving trainers with awards at the ASEAN Ministers on Energy Meeting (AMEM), which will be held in September.