At the German Energy Academy in Jordan, we are pleased to announce an energy efficiency program that will help trainees obtain the necessary theoretical and practical knowledge in the field of # energy efficiency, management and energy auditing.
This course is prepared for accreditation by the Arab German Chamber of Industry and Commerce (AHK); Trainees will acquire the practical skills required for the labour market, which involves becoming accredited in the field of energy efficiency, management and verification, as there will be a final examination to evaluate trainees and give them a certificate of experience.
Technicians and students of electrical, mechanical and energy engineering.
1- Know the methods of energy auditing.
2- Know economic calculations of energy auditing.
3- Have the ability to monitor energy consumption and devices used.
4- Know Jordan’s laws and regulations.
5- Have the ability to implement energy efficiency in residential, commercial and industrial buildings.
The programme is for two months from Sunday to Thursday each week from 7/24/2022 to 9/17/2022
From 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm.
First part of the programme: German Jordanian University – Ma ‘adba West Street – Mushkar – Amman.
Second part of the programme: German Energy Academy in Jordan, Al Hussein Technical University, Building 15, N-203, King Hussein Business Park.
- Dr. Ayman Al-bataineh is currently working as an assistant professor at the German Jordanian University (GJU). He is interested in the fields of energy; therefore he studied renewable energy engineering at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) and conducted PhD studies in energy efficiency and low-power buildings (reducing cooling and heating energy consumption) at the University of Newcastle (UON) in Australia. His research interests and expertise are multifarious based on modeling and simulation as well as experimental approaches. His researches focuse on the areas of low-energy solution design, renewable energy systems, and energy efficiency. During his career at the German Jordanian University, he conducted numerous research with researchers from Europe and Australia. More than 60 papers have been published, and an updated list of them can be found on Google Scholar.
- Eng. Saed Essalaimeh is an electrical Engineer with a Master degree in Energy Management. He worked with many donors and international entities such as USAID, AFD, GIZ, GAC in addition to his work as a consultant and trainer in various energy fields in the private sector in local projects inside or outside Jordan in Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt and Oman. He has over 12 years’ experience in the fields of energy auditing, energy efficiency,and renewable energy with certified international certificates in the sector such as: CEM, CMVP, EAP, ISO 50001 Lead Auditor.
- Eng. Faisal Matar currently works as a research and teaching assistant at the German Jordanian University (GJU). He studied a bachelor’s degree in Mechatronics Engineering at the Hashemite University (HU) and a master’s degree in renewable energy engineering at the University of Jordan. During his career at the German Jordanian University, he taught various theoretical and practical courses to different engineering students, including the Laboratory of Devices and Measurements, the Laboratory of Sensors and Operators, the Laboratory of Work Measurements and Standards, and many other engineering laboratories, as well as conducting scientific research related to energy. Has a number of courses in programming areas such as PV * SOL, PCAP, etc., as well as courses in energy and electricity.
- Eng. Sana alKhateeb currently works as a research and teaching assistant at the German Jordanian University (GJU). She holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and master’s degree in electrical engineering. During her career at the German Jordanian University, she taught various theoretical and practical courses to different engineering students, including the Renewable Energy Laboratory, the Electrical Machinery Laboratory, the Electrical Circuit Laboratory, and many other engineering courses in addition to conducting scientific research related to energy. She has a number of training courses in programming areas such as MATLAB, POWERWORD and others as well as courses in energy and electricity.
The cost of the programme is 1200 JOD. It will be fully covered by a grant from the Jordanian German Energy Partnership Office in cooperation with the German Agency for International Cooperation (GIZ).