Advanced Course in Energy and Environmental Risk Management
A joint programme between:
Programme Content The Advanced Course EERM consists of 11 modules over a period of 4 months. The three areas involved are:
Energetics Energy Economics and Management Energy and Environmental Risk Management
Programme Structure ENERGETICS
Quantitative Methods for Industrial Applications
Energy Economics Technology and Economics of Energy Sources
ENERGY ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT Finance
Accounting and Industrial Organization
Energy Economics Regulation of Energy Markets
Energy Management Technology and Economics of Energy Renewable Resources
Technology and Economics of Nuclear
ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL RISK MANAGEMENT Environmental Markets
Modelling Energy Markets/ Modelling Electricity Markets/Derivatives and Financial Risk in Energy Markets
Evaluation of Renewable Plants and Regulation Evaluating and Financing Energetic Projects Managing and Evaluating Environmental Risk
EERM Focus The aim of the course is to train professionals in the management of energy resources with cutting edge technologies as well as quantitative techniques for financial risk. This advanced course of â€œEnergy and Environmental Risk Managementâ€? answers the need for such a high level of expertise with an offer of a solid theoretical basis in the rational use of energy with innovative technologies coupled to the management of financial risk. The course offers an indepthing into the most advanced analytical tools for quantitative risk analysis. An important part of it is dedicated to regulations, a fundamental feature in the energy sector. Likewise another section deals with managing renewable energy sources, including both technical aspects and project evaluation. One of the many strengths of the course lies in the synergy forged between an academic approach based on theory and professional experience, so creating a top-level training programme capable of producing experts in financial and environmental risk.. Many guest speakers from companies and institutions involved in the sector will, in fact, be taking part.
The link between the competences of the academic theoretical approach and the professional experience offered allows for the development of a training programme of the highest level, able to provide professionals for the â€˜Energy Managementâ€™ sector in an organic, new and complete way. The Course provides a professional training in line with the training objectives of various local organizations (at regional and provincial level).
Participants of previous editions are all now placed with companies working in the Energy sector thanks to the knowledge and skills acquired on the Course.
E X P E R I E N C E S
Name: Diego Busignani Nationalilty: Argentinian Position: Senior Financial Analyst at EDP (Energias de Portugal) - Brasil Group ERM gave me a global vision on energy markets from the foundamentals: quantitative methods, finance, basic of termodynamics, regulation and energy management. With teachers of exceptional experience in their sector, ERM let me know Italian, European and International reality and trends.
Quick Facts Maximum number of participants: 30 Duration: - Classes from April to July 2012 Frequency: Thursday and Fridays from 9.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m. Credits: 28 ECTS Language: English Venue of the Course: University of Milano-Bicocca Requirements:
a first level degree in any of the following subject areas: Engineering, Economics, Mathematics, Statistics, Physics and Chemistry;
a second level degree.
Selection Selection will take place of an interview and an evaluation of the CV. The selection will take place on February 20th 2012 at 10 a.m. in the Department of
Quantitative Methods for
Economics and Busi-
ness Sciences, Seminar Room (U7 - 4th floor), University of Milan – Bicocca Tuition fee: € 2.500,00 A 25 % average of past students were granted a total exemption from tuition fees, while 75 % obtained a partial reduction.