The curriculum of ETM was developed to meet the human resources and competence needs of the industry and as a result of a process actively led by industry representatives through their recommendations.
The objectives of the program are to equip participants with the skills to:
- Make a comparative analysis of the specifications, strengths and weaknesses of conventional and renewable energy systems,
- Create energy portfolios for companies by making investment decisions that consider technical, economic and social factors,
- Prepare feasibility analyses for energy projects prior to investment decisions,
- Apply scientific decision-making techniques,
- Analyze factors that affect energy supply and security,
- Acquire up-to-date information on regulatory issues, national and international policies, incentives and subsidies in the energy business,
- Analyze the dynamics, key actors, future trends and national and international policies in energy,
- Learn about electricity distribution and the workings of the market,
- Lead risk management, project management and stakeholder communication processes for investment decisions,
- Specialize on subjects such as technology, innovationand R&D process management, intrapreneurship and entrepreneurship,
- Learn about business development processes in international energy markets, analyze the dynamics and characteristics of these markets,
- Gain knowledge on climate change, the environmental impact and social cost of energy, and carbon economy to facilitate correct decisions in investment processes.