Enel Argentina will dictate a course on energy transition for 500 students

Published on Monday, 8 June 2020

Enel Argentina took an initiative to accompany education in times of Preventive Social Isolation.

To do so, he decided to join the Complementary Training Cycle carried out by the Professionalization Practices team of the Ministry of Education and Innovation of the City of Buenos Aires and developed an online course on "Energy Transition".

The training will begin on Monday, June 8 and will reach 500 students from different technical high schools in the City.

The course is aimed at final year students of the Technical Schools of the electromechanical, electricity, electronics and construction specialties, who together with teachers access content that seeks to enrich their curricular training on the world energy context, the transformation of the electrical system and progress on different sources of renewable energy.

This training will be carried out through an online training platform, where students will enter securely with a username and password, and in which they will progressively and didactically access the topics related to solar, wind, smart grids, management of energy and a series of proposals prepared by Enel so that they can continue investigating these topics that are so important for their performance as future professionals.

The learning process is designed and adapted to achieve an immersion in the different topics, thanks to complementary readings, videos, TED talks, homework and a self-assessment activity to review the concepts.

At all times, the students will be accompanied by a team of specialized trainers from Colectando Sol, our technical ally in the project, who will conduct the course by answering questions through a forum, reviewing tasks and motivating the group. At the end of the course, students will receive a certificate of completion that has the endorsement of the Technical Education Department.

This is another of the activities that Enel Argentina articulates together with the public sector and third sector organizations to support the transition towards clean and renewable energy.