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Development and implementation of educational programs
Read below to learn more about the education programs and events formats NEAH can develop and conduct
Our scope includes
Energy transition
Global Energy System
Energy policy
and regulations
Energy management
and energy efficiency
The geopolitics
of energy
Climate change
Energy Emissions and Circularity
New energy education
A cohort course made up of a series of online events with a set number of participants and dates (20 to 50 hours)
Additional options
Text-based and interactive learning materials

Individual and group assignments to test knowledge and develop skills

Regular feedback from teachers and experts
Format specifics
Live webinars with leading industry experts and practitioners

Assistance from the course curators

Opportunities to network and share experiences with other participants

Suggestions for additional reading and resources

Group size up to 50 people
Implementation example
A self-paced online course that allows users to learn at their own speed without being bound by webinar time constraints
Format specifics
Learning flexibility: participants can study lectures and course materials at their leisure and from any location.

Format variability: the course can include video lessons, text-based materials, and interactive exercises/assignments

Unlimited number of participants
Additional options
Automated tests and assignments for self-assessment of knowledge and assimilation of the material

A Q&A platform where you can interact with other participants and share experience

Individual feedback from experts on completed assignments and projects
Implementation example
A concentrated educational program (from 2 to 5 days) incorporating interactive activities
and deep immersion in the topic through a series of lectures, hands-on training, and master classes
Format specifics
A combination of theoretical lectures from leading experts, practical sessions, and real-world case studies

Interaction with leading experts and industry professionals, exchange of experience and knowledge

Number of participants: up to 100 people

Both online and in-person formats are available
Additional options
The incorporation of game mechanics, strategy or foresight sessions

A possibility of parallel thematic tracks
Energy Transition Summer School
A 5-day free open online school for 2000 participants from 20 countries
A unique overview of all FEC sectors from leading experts, international lecturers, and top managers of energy companies

Overview of modern technologies, markets, and trends in the oil, gas, coal, electric power, nuclear energy, and renewable energy sectors

Lectures and interactive events: analytical games, an excursion to the LNG plant

The school is intended for the top undergraduate and graduate students of energy specialties, as well as young professionals and anyone interested in energy transition
Implementation example
A practice-oriented program in which participants work independently or in groups on specific projects to tackle real-world issues
Implementation Example
Corporate Decarbonization Strategy, a 3-month program comprised of a variety of educational and project-related online events for 30 participants

  • Throughout the program, participants work in teams to develop a decarbonization strategy to be implemented while acquiring the required knowledge

  • The educational track: 4 webinars, a master class, and 40 lessons on energy transition, climate change, and sustainable development

  • The project track: 2 moderated project sessions on strategy development, and 2 events during which experts provide feedback on the participants progress
Format specifics
Practical experience gained while working on projects is directly transferable to professional work environments

Regular feedback from industry experts and professionals

It can take place in-person or online and run from 16 hours to 20 weeks, depending on the nature of the projects

Working on projects, participants identify and close their educational gaps through mastering educational content

Number of participants: up to 100 people

Additional options
Coaching and mentoring

Opportunity to work on international projects and collaborate with participants from different countries

Course integration with current research and development in the field of new energy technologies
Work in teams to identify and analyze future trends and scenarios for developing long-term strategies and solutions (from 6 to 18 hours)
Additional options
An opportunity to network and forge professional relationships with other participants and experts

Making reports and recommendations for strategic planning based on the outcomes of the foresight sessions
  • In a session utilizing the Rapid-Foresight methodology, participants with various professional backgrounds identify key risks associated with climate change and develop promising solutions to mitigate their negative impact

  • The session is preceded by speeches by leading experts in the field of climate adaptation technologies

  • Based on the outcomes of the foresight session, an analytical report on the most promising areas of adaption technologies is produced
Format specifics
The application of forecasting and modeling methodologies to assess future opportunities and risks in the energy sector

Discussion, development, and validation of future scenarios in light of economic, technological, social, and environmental changes

Involvement of experts from various fields for multidisciplinary analysis, reflection, and debate

Formation of collaborative agreements on the action plan

Number of participants: up to 100 people
Implementation Example
Adapting to Climate Change: Technologies and Strategies, a 2-day in-person event for 40 people
A specialized session targeted at developing specific strategic plans, goals,
and initiatives in the sphere of new energy and energy transition (from 5 to 12 hours)
Implementation Example
Additional options
Can optionally be done in the online format

Development of roadmaps and action plans based on session outcomes for the implementation of strategic goals
A strategy session to develop recommendations for the revision of carbon regulation for representatives of the national regulator and key stakeholders from energy-intensive industries, 2 days of 6 hours each, 50 participants
Format specifics
Group discussions and brainstorming sessions to generate new ideas and approaches to problem solving

Interaction with experienced moderators, experts, and specialists to get feedback and recommendations

Documenting the session's outcomes for later use in strategic planning and management

Number of participants: up to 60 people
One or more practical activities (ranging from 2 to 25 hours) aimed at developing specific skills or addressing specific topics. Classes are held in an interactive format, either in-person or online
Format specifics
Active involvement of participants

Tackling real-life tasks

Feedback from an expert during practical activities

Number of participants: up to 30 people
Additional options
A selection of materials for further reading on the topic
Implementation Example
A two-day training on energy management for top management of a metallurgical firm, in-person, 2 days of 3 hours each
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Daria Ivanova
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