Qualification

Expert for hydrogen applications (IHK) Webinar

Title of the offer:Expert for hydrogen applications (IHK) Webinar

Provider: Oldenburg Chamber of Industry and Commerce

Type of degree: Certificate course

EQF level: No assignment

Short description:

Hydrogen opens up ways for industry to achieve its climate protection targets and free itself from the disadvantages of fossil fuels. The expansion of hydrogen technologies and their use in practice is therefore about decisive competitive advantages and securing future viability.

Target group:

For all specialists and managers who want to explore the potential of hydrogen as an energy carrier for their company and drive forward initial implementation steps, especially in the areas of mobility/logistics, production and energy (supply), climate balance.

Extent in hours: 72 course hours (plus 12 course hours as module-accompanying self-study)

Duration: approx. 3 months, on certain days from 3:30 to 6:15 p.m. each day

Full-time / Part-time / Part-time: Part-time

Location: Live online training

Cost: 2.490 EUR

Publicly eligible? No

Start Date / Rotation:

28. April 2023 bis 18. Juli 2023

05. September 2023 bis 28. Nov. 2023

26. September 2023 bis 19. Dez. 2023

Weiterführende Informationen:

Modul 1 – Ökologische und ökonomische Grundlagen (ca. 10 LStd.)
Modul 2 – Eigenschaften des Wasserstoffs (ca. 10 LStd.)
Modul 3 – Erzeugung des Wasserstoffs (ca. 10 LStd.)
Modul 4 – Anwendungsgebiete der Wasserstofftechnologie (ca. 10 LStd.)
Modul 5 – Speicherung, Transport und Lagerung von Wasserstoff (ca. 10 LStd.)
Modul 6 – Umweltschutz und Arbeitssicherheit (ca. 10 LStd.)
Modul 7 – Vorschriften und Gesetzesgrundlagen (ca. 10 LStd.)

Online final test (approx. 2 LStd.)

 

"The ramp-up of the hydrogen economy can only succeed with excellently qualified specialists. New skills, qualifications and job profiles will be required along the entire value chain. If there are shortages of skilled workers, the transformation will inevitably stall. That would not only be bad for the climate, but also for the competitiveness of our economy."

Björn Schaeper

Managing Director Economic Policy | Innovation | Energy | Environment, Oldenburg Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Image: Imke Folkerts

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