The REA delivers numerous CPD-certified training courses for the UK’s renewable energy, natural capital, and clean technology sectors.

For details of our Charge Point Professional series of courses, click here

The Charge Point Professional courses are designed for professionals seeking to enter the EV charging sector and/or manage products in the charging ecosystem. They are intended to rapidly expand the knowledge base and expertise in the UK.  We’ve developed a half day, a full day, and a two-day course to enable individual and industry growth at all levels.

 

Full details of our PAS100 course can be seen here

This course is targeted at the composters and personnel who are involved in the establishment implementation, maintenance and improvement of the PAS100 quality management system.

 

 

 

Full details of our PAS110 course can be seen here

This course is targeted at the AD operator’s personnel who are involved in the implementation, establishment, maintenance and improvement of the quality management system.

 

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