Academy of Energy is an educational program aimed at individuals who bind their professional future to the energy industry. The Academy’s goal is to create a platform for an exchange of knowledge between professionals with many years of experience in the energy industry and people who are just starting their professional career path in this sector. After finishing the program participants are given a chance where they can obtain a 2-month, paid internship in one of our Partners’ companies.
Academy of Energy is an intensive knowledge course about the energy sector for Participants who treasure the value of teamwork and understand the fact that business is based on good relations and engagement. Within the confines of the program we offer:
Application to the programs consists of III stages:
Only the top 30 candidates will qualify for the program!
The end of the year 2021 was a period full of turmoil in global energy markets. Rapid recovery of the market after the restrictions that COVID-19 caused, disrupted global supply chains, and a chase to obtain climatic neutrality caused abrupt price increases of energy commodities which planted chaos in the economic life of Europe, the United States, and China. Poland, as one of the countries most dependent on high-carbon energy sources, is faced with the difficult decision to choose a strategy that is optimal on the road to climate neutrality without falling for rushing inflation and economic collapse. What will we base our future on? Atom? Gas? Wind? Sun? Or maybe we should stick to carbon? Regardless, each scenario must provide us with energy security. Therefore, the 11th edition of the Academy of Energy program will be held under the phrase:
Classes held by the experts on the subjects will address topics including:
Classes will be carried out in a hybrid form. Some of the meetings will be held remotely, and some in-person in Warsaw.
*Due to the current epidemic state caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the organizer reserves the right to change the mode to fully remote, in a case where the conduct of in-person classes would be unsafe or in the event of introducing restrictions on the organization of training.
Recruitment starts soon!
The project is co-financed by the Governments of Czechia, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia through Visegrad Grants from International Visegrad Fund.
The mission of the fund is to advance ideas for sustainable regional cooperation in Central Europe.