<2019> ISO 50001:2018 Energy Management Systems Transition Course

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With increasing pressures on organizations to improve energy efficiency and reduce costs, effective management of resources is now more essential than ever.

The purpose of this course is to make learners aware of the transition from ISO 50001:2011 to ISO 50001:2018.

The major areas of amendment between ISO 50001:2011 and ISO 50001:2018 Energy Management System (EnMS) are:

- High Level Structure (Risk management approach);

- Clarification of “Energy Review”;

- Introduction of the concept of normalization of Energy Performance Indicators and associated Energy Baselines;

- Addition of details on the energy data collection plan and related requirements.


- Key elements of ISO 50001:2018 

- Differences between ISO 50001:2011 & ISO 50001:2018

- Application of Energy Management System principles 

- Specific energy management for energy review, energy performance indication and energy baseline

Registered ISO 50001 Lead Auditor and IRCA Approved ISO 50001 Lead Tutor with extensive EnMS audit experience and theoretical knowledge

CERTIFICATION (Attendance: 100%):
Delegates who successfully completed the course will be issued a Certificate by SGS HK Ltd.

Venue: T.S.T. / Wan Chai / Sheung Wan Training Centre / TBC
Medium: Cantonese supplemented with English material

*Early Bird Price will be offered to participant whose enrolment is made one month prior to the course or online booking


Upon completion of this course, Learners will be able to understand the:

- Brief introduction of ISO 50001:2018;

- Differences between ISO 50001:2011 and ISO 50001:2018;

- Application of EnMS against ISO 50001:2018 highlights; and

- Learners will need to demonstrate the  acceptable performance in all of these areas in order to complete the course successfully.


Professional / personnel who are likely or currently involved in implementing and maintaining an Energy Management System to meet the ISO 50001:2018 Standard. Personnel who wish to know more about the standard and its requirements

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