Learners from varied industries and backgrounds find immediate use in the learnings from EIT InnoEnergy’s modules and programmes.
Overall, 97% of learners would recommend these courses to peers and 80% of learners claim that the programmes advanced their careers. As a result of the combined efforts of continuously requesting input and feedback on needs from industry, as well as creating challenge-driven learning with real-world challenges from the partners in the EIT InnoEnergy ecosystem, the reviews are unanimous about the immediate applicability of learnings in their jobs.
“Excellent course, learnt many things new about the battery storage counting from raw material to its business model.” Anonymous
“It provided a good appreciation for the technology behind and the potential for batteries.” Anonymous
“I have enjoyed spending the time over the three weeks to learn more detail about these systems and how they can and are changing the way energy is used. There’s a good mix of short videos, presentations, and discussion throughout. I would recommend this course.”
“Well-delivered and structured course, provides a clear understanding of the current state of battery storage and the challenges ahead.”
Entrepreneur from the Netherlands new to the battery sector
“The course managed to provide all around knowledge of the batteries world, from chemistry to market, from applications to cost. All lectures were structured to be interesting and interactive for experts and for beginners at the same time.”
PhD candidate, Research organisation within the battery field
“Excellent introduction to an enormous subject. Well explained. Well taught to the camera. Excellent glossary.”
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