Low Energy Company Training

Time: 13:50 - 14:20

Date: Day 2 - 12th November 2015

Theatre: Energy Management as a Profession

The aim of the Low Energy Company (LEC) initiative is to reduce the energy consumption of organisations operating within the UK, by strategically embedding energy efficiency training within organisational practices, establishing it as a nationwide standard across all industries.

LEC training will equip individuals with the skills and knowledge required to reduce their personal energy consumption within the workplace. Employee training will drive behaviour change throughout the workforce, providing organisations with an effective energy management solution.

LEC training is for everyone, from the shop floor to the board room.

Session Take Away

  • How to win the argument with a financial director over financing energy management training

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