Professional development courses for professionals are vital to expand skills and knowledge and to advance your career. You will find below more information about the courses the EPECentre propose in partnership with other organisations.
Transition Engineering – Building a sustainable future
Global warming, resource constraints, pollution, environmental destruction, and now the COVID-19 pandemic means a rapidly changing understanding of the role of engineers. These courses will prepare you to contribute to the transition of all current systems and operations. There has never been a greater need for engineering to respond to the challenges of mitigation and adaptation.
One business leader explained why they supported their team to take the courses:
“We need help with the complex problems of transition to zero carbon while managing all of the pressing demands of our core business and rapidly changing business and social context.”
In times of uncertainty and disruption, policymakers, business managers and communities will need Transition Engineers in all fields to help with the massive transformational changes required.
Check Transition Engineering Online Courses:
- Energy InTIME© 6-Module course for Engineers (or people who have worked in an engineering context)
- Achieve NetZero Applying InTIME© 4-Week short course (Introduction to the InTIME© methodology and open to all)
Check testimonials regarding the Transition Engineering Continuous Professional Development (CPD) course delivered up to 2020 with similar content similar to the Energy InTIME© 6-Module course.
Transition Engineering, Building a Sustainable Future, CRC Press, 2019.
Note that this book is the Textbook for the EnergyInTIME© course.
NZD 50 - Shipping is included to any New Zealand address. Option available to pick-up at University of Canterbury.
For requests from overseas or for an electronic version, please buy the book through another website.
For requests from potential online Courses students, please check the Courses information.
For more information about the book, check the CRC Press website.
To learn more about Transition Engineering, its genesis etc, check this page.
For more information about Transition Engineering and the Online Courses at the University of Canterbury, email us.
Transition Engineering partners in New Zealand include: