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Sustainable Operations & Management Skills

April 12 @ 9:00 am - April 13 @ 5:00 pm AEST


This course covers energy, water & waste practical operation & management skills.

Suitable for facility managers, engineers, sustainability officers or project managers who have the overall understanding of essential sustainability principles and tools and wish to develop further practical skills in this field.

The content of this course provides the additional necessary skills to expand on the essential knowledge. This will enable you to identify sustainability and innovation opportunities, implement various measures and report on actual benefits.

This course is designed for Concept Endorsement and Innovation Delivery professionals according to our Sustainable Innovation “Sustainnovate” Philosophy.

What you will learn:

  • Practical and project-based knowledge on how sustainability and innovation opportunities are identified and scoped.
  • Introduction to cost-benefit analysis principles and business case development.
  • Develop an appreciation for the influence of facility types, loads, tariffs and nature of operations on predicted outcomes.
  • Experience a hands-on course content covering a number of concepts introduced with the aid of examples relevant to different types of facilities.
  • Ability to understand various techniques on how saving opportunities can be identified and implemented.
  • Capturing actual benefits in terms of measurement and verification techniques and available tools.


  • Sustainability Essential Concepts Course or equivalent knowledge of the industry.

Training Format:

  • Instructor Led presentation and zoom meeting for remote attendees.
  • Registration will offer both in person and remote attendance options with a 20% discount for remote attendees. Please use the Promotional Code ONLINEREGDISCOUNT20 if you are registering for online attendance only.


  • 2 days course from 9:00AM to 5:00PM each day.


  • Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea is provided for in-person attendees.
Topics Covered:

Day 1

  • Identifying and scoping opportunities.
  • Tariff Analysis & bill reconstruction.
  • Understanding demand management.
  • Analysing interval data load profiles.
  • Calculating savings & capturing impacts.
  • End use consumption reduction
  • Common methods of aggregating and presenting savings.
  • Influence of facility type an nature of operation.
  • Assignment handover.

Day 2

  • Recap & questions.
  • Group exercise – assignment review and solution.
  • Review and assessment of energy, water and waste saving opportunities.
  • Common techniques for verifying and measuring savings.
  • Ongoing performance monitoring.
  • What to capture when preparing a business case.
  • Developing energy, water and waste conservation framework.
  • Group discussion and recap.
Registration & Payment

Please complete the following form to proceed with registration and payment using your credit card. Your payment will be processed via a secure Stripe payment gateway.

Please use the Promotional Code ONLINEREGDISCOUNT20 if you are registering for online attendance only.

Alternatively, contact us should you require another payment method.


April 12 @ 9:00 am AEST
April 13 @ 5:00 pm AEST
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Melbourne, Waterman Business Centre – Eastland Shopping Centre
175 Maroondah Highway, Ringwood
Melbourne, Victoria 3134 Australia
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