Technical training

Kiwa Training provides specialist training as a supplement to the technical installation courses of regular vocational education, such as trainings for professionals within SCIOS-certified companies that deal with the periodic maintenance and safety inspection of large combustion installations.

In addition, Kiwa has a lot of knowledge in the field of drinking water. We share this knowledge with professionals in the utilities sector, including courses legionella prevention and security of drinking water installations.

  • In order to increase knowledge in Europe about hydrogen and fuel cells, a number of e-learnings is developed in the context of an EU-funded project. In the Fuel Cells for Transport Applications e-learning, you will learn everything about the application of hydrogen as fuel for means of transport.
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  • In order to increase knowledge in Europe about hydrogen and fuel cells, a number of e-learnings is developed in the context of an EU-funded project. The Introduction to Fuel Cells and Hydrogen e-learning is the first one of these, intended for technicians who deal with hydrogen and/or its application in fuel cells.
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  • In order to increase knowledge in Europe about hydrogen and fuel cells, a number of e-learnings is developed in the context of an EU-funded project. In the Micro Fuel Cells e-Learning, you will become familiar with miniature fuel cells which are applied in equipment used in environments not connected to the mains.
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  • In order to increase knowledges in Europe about hydrogen and fuel cells, a number of e-learnings is developed. During the Generators Based on Fuel Cells e-learning, the construction and application of generators making use of fuel cells are examined in detail.
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  • In order to increase knowledge in Europe about hydrogen and fuel cells, a number of e-learnings is developed in the context of an EU-funded project. In the CHP Installations with Fuel Cells e-learning, you will learn everything about the application of hydrogen in installations for the cogeneration of heat and power.
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