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Fundación Chile forms municipal energy efficiency advisors

The aim is to train employees in the role of Municipal Energy Efficiency Advisor, with an e-learning course that develops functional competencies for the job.

 The efficient management of energy use is vital to the country. For this reason, Fundación Chile, together with the Chilean Agency for Energy Efficiency and the Chilean Association of Municipalities, will carry out the course Efficient Energy Management in the Municipality, targeted to municipal employees who are involved with energy topics and which will be launched in the Municipality of Vitacura Friday, April 27 at 10:30 AM.

 This e-learning course – developed by Fundación Chile’s Energy and Climate Change area and its Center for Innovation in Human Capital – aims to generate and develop  competencies in energy saving and efficiency in Chile. The recipients of this course are municipal employees, who will become the future leaders in these topics, with the creation of the position of Municipal Advisor in Energy Efficiency. 

 “The purpose of this course is to prepare people to perform the work of municipal advisors in energy efficiency. This training has been formulated following a job competencies focus so that the recipient of the course can incorporate new knowledge and skills into the practical work environment”, notes Christian Schmidt, from Fundación Chile’s Center for Innovation in Human Capital.

 This workshop is aimed at all those municipal employees who are responsible for the area of efficient energy consumption and its execution through projects, such as, heads of street lighting, directors of building work, councilors, municipal administrators and those responsible for the environment, among others.  

 The main topics will cover tools for measuring the municipal consumption of energy, so that the participants can propose energy consumption projects that will have an impact on their communities.




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