Schneider Electric's award-winning Energy University offers free online courses to help people enhance their careers and take steps towards achieving energy efficiency goals


Free online courses at Schneider Electrics Energy University

Free online courses at Schneider Electric's Energy University

 April 23, 2020

Schneider Electric’s online education program, Energy University, is offering free online access to career-relevant certifications covering topics that include data centers, healthcare, buildings and residential. This award-winning program is available anywhere in more than 13 languages, with over 200 e-learning courses available 24 hours a day.

Enhancing careers and achieving energy goals

Schneider Electric Energy University helps people launch or enhance their career in any industry while also supporting companies to take steps toward efficiency and achieve energy education goals.

Each of Schneider Electric's self-paced modules take less than an hour to complete, and participants can tailor their course selections or choose targeted learning paths by energy topic. Participants can also choose from two certification opportunities: Data Center Certified Associate (DCCA) and Professional Energy Manager (PEM). 

Courses cover markets and industries that represent 72% of energy consumption worldwide to help people become leaders in their fields.

Schneider Electric - Energy University courses

An award-winning sustainable energy program

Energy University was also recognized with the prestigious Sustainable Energy Europe Award presented during the EU Sustainable Energy Week by the European Commission. The awards go to the best projects of the year in the fields of energy efficiency, renewables and clean transport.

Two thirds of the economic potential to improve energy efficiency remains untapped - Schneider Electric wants to help steer the global course of efficiency with Energy University.

Enjoy growth and learning with Schneider Electric

Schneider Electric offers significant opportunities for growth, learning and career progression.

Looking to develop your skills and experiences in the energy sector, search and apply for a job with Schneider Electric.

 

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