Wind Power

What topics are covered by the course?

The course programme is as follows:
How wind power works
Concepts of aerodynamics and aeraulic machines
Classification and types of systems
The wind market
Technologies of machines
Tuning the systems
Design criteria
Running and maintenance of systems
Policies and procedures
Economical aspects
Incentives for wind power adoption
Hybrid systems
The environmental impact
Scenery adaptation
Small and micro wind power systems

The trainer is a university lecturer with vast practical and theoretical experience in the most commonly used wind power systems and the latest technologies available for commercial and home installations.

Who should attend?

Technicians and individuals intending to learn how to install, maintain and repair wind turbines.
Design engineers. Architects.

What will I be able to do on completion?

Microgeneration Certification Scheme: participants of this course learn how Wind Turbines work and gain a thorough understanding of Wind Power systems, this allows them to apply for registration with an MCS provider.

How will I be assessed?

The internationally recognised Galileo Master Certificate (GMC) (GMC) is provided to successful candidates of the exam which takes place at the end of the course.

The teaching, which leads to the Galileo Master Certificate (GMC) (GMC), is based on the European Project EMTEU (Energy Management Technician in Europe).

Participants can achieve the GMC Certificate.

Guide Price: 396


Wakefield
Outwood
Delivery: Classroom
Category: Construction »
Duration: 1 day
Qualification: GMC Certificate

Search for construction courses in