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The two new cohorts of the Executive Program on Sustainable Projects and Energies Renewal began

With more than 65 enrollees registered, the third edition of the Executive Program on Sustainable Projects and Renewable Energies of the Center for Sustainability for Local Governments - CeSus, Promoted by the Club of Rome in articulation with the Possible City and On Net Working.

The transition to a green economy and the global paradigm shift that lies ahead, involves many challenges and opportunities, such as incorporating technological changes, encouraging innovation, investment in necessary infrastructure and the development of value chains associated with the emergence of new sectors.

The whole of these processes generates new job profiles and the need to adapt occupational competencies to economic progress, in order to move toward a green economy. The main opportunities are in the areas of Renewable Energies, Construction, Sustainable Tourism and Mobility.

The program provides information on renewable energy and energy efficiency technologies, their impacts and costs, so that participants can analyze and evaluate different investment policies and projects in the design of a project.

To achieve this objective, the program offers training taught by teachers with a great technical background as well as practical that translates into what is shared in the virtual classroom: The most up-to-date theoretical concepts, as well as successful experiences of developing concrete projects.

In this sense, the system of mentoring carried out by an interdisciplinary group of professionals can be highlighted from the program. The constant tutorage seeks to generate networks, allowing throughout the course that students interact with each other and with teachers, in addition to incorporating knowledge acquired theoretically, to translate them into their individual projects as a concrete result of the Executive Program of Sustainable Projects and Renewable Energies, an original project with a high feasibility of implementation.

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