Hydrogen Technology Specialist IHK

Title of the offer: Hydrogen Technology Specialist IHK

Provider: Heinze Akademie GmbH

Type of qualification: IHK certificate per module or an overarching IHK certificate "Hydrogen Technology Specialist IHK", on which the module contents and your achievements are documented.

The certificates contain co-branding between HKBiS (100% subsidiary of the Hamburg Chamber of Commerce) and Heinze Akademie.

EQF level: 6

Brief description: The in-service digital hydrogen course was developed together with experts from industry and research and provides basic and expert knowledge in the field of hydrogen technology. The IHK certificate course is divided into three modules that can be booked as a block or separately, depending on prior knowledge. The course starts in groups and promotes teamwork.

Target group: Module A is aimed at specialists and managers who want to get started in the subject. Modules B and C are aimed at technical specialists, in particular state-certified technicians, engineers and industrial foremen, who would like to build up expert knowledge in the field of hydrogen technology.

Extent in hours: 100 hours or 140 teaching units per module (1 unit = 45 minutes)

Duration: 2.5 months with approx. 10 hours of workload per week

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

Location: Remote (100% online with 20% synchronous (contact hours with instructors)).

Accreditation / Certification? Yes (SGB III and AZAV, ZFU)

Cost: 1.470,00 Euro per module

Publicly eligible? Yes. For job seekers, the education voucher can be used. For employees and companies, there is the employee subsidy via the Qualification Opportunities Act (QCG), with which up to 100% of the further education costs can be reimbursed.

Start date / cycle: The parallel start of all three modules is planned in the following periods, further and company-specific start dates on request:




Further information: To the website

Source: Heinze Academy

"Hydrogen is seen as playing a decisive key role in the course of the energy transition. The enormous, Germany-wide investments in the emerging hydrogen industry speak for themselves. However, no projects can be made a success without qualified specialists. High-quality qualification programs lay the foundation."

Jan Heinze, Heinze Academy

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