The AEE qualifications are designed to recognise various levels of competence and existing qualifications are taken into account. The training and qualifications are aimed at professionals working in the energy industry.
The AEE qualifications are designed to recognise various levels of competence and existing qualifications are taken into account. The training and qualifications are aimed at professionals working in the energy industry and requiring basic to advanced knowledge on energy in the world and Southern Africa; Engineers, Technicians, Technologists, Architects, Facility Managers, Artisans, Plumbers, Electricians, Sales, Marketing, Accounting, Procurement, Environmental, Legal, etc.
When booking an AEE training course candidates receive a link to complete a Certification Application form for AEE with where the candidate has to submit the following information (information required is dependent on the course taken):
– Copies of current qualifications
– Work experience – use the template letter to request employment verification from HR or your supervisor
– Reference letters for work experience from clients and/or employers – use the template letter to request verification of the work you have done for your employer
Candidates enter an 8 week Certification Application process where applicants are reviewed by the African AEE Certification Boards. On completion of the course, and passing the examination the application is sent to the international AEE Certification Board who has the final decision of Certification status awarding. Once achieving the Certification status the candidate will have to maintain knowledge through renewal.
To attain the certifications IEPA has summarised the current qualification plus years of experience required for each:
The EWSETA course modules can be used to prepare for the AEE training, and the UNIDO course modules can be undertaken for credits to maintain competence for Certification status renewal requirements.