Industry training courses
In this section
In this section
Using the talent and expertise of our people, we run industry training courses that improve participants' knowledge of energy markets, market mechanisms, and operational processes.
AEMO's training courses are open to employees of registered participants, government, regulators, jurisdictions, consumer advocates, and AEMO-accredited metering service providers.
Training programs include e-learning courses and face-to-face group sessions. Please contact the AEMO Support Hub for more information, or if you are not sure about your eligibility for particular courses.
Visit the AEMO Learning Centre to create an individual log in that will allow you to:
- Register and pay for courses through a secure online payment gateway.
- Access the AEMO eLearning and Education catalogues.
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2017 Training Calendar
Course Date Location NEM Overview 1 June 2017 Hobart 20 July 2017 Melbourne [FULL] 26 July 2017 Perth 27 July 2017 Perth 17 August 2017 Sydney 21 September 2017 Brisbane 19 October 2017 Melbourne 1 November 2017 Sydney Overview of the Short Term Trading Market (STTM) 5 July 2017 Sydney 24 August 2017 Adelaide 23 November 2017 Melbourne Overview of the Declared Wholesale Gas Market (DWGM) 6 July 2017 Sydney 22 August 2017 Melbourne 22 November 2017 Melbourne Metrology for the NEM 27 - 29 September 2017 Sydney Understanding Market Settlement and Transfer Solutions (MSATS) 4 - 5 October 2017 Melbourne Network and Frequency Control Ancillary Service (FCAS) constraints in the NEM TBA Wholesale Electricity Market Introduction 14 June 2017 Perth Energy Markets: STEM, Balancing and LFAS 28 June 2017 Perth Reserve Capacity Mechanism 28 June 2017 Perth
To add any dates to your personal calendar, navigate to the month for the event in the calendar below, then click on the individual event to open up the details.
- DWGM Overview
- Energy Markets
- FCAS constraints in the NEM
- Metrology for the NEM
- NEM Overview
- STTM Overview
- Understanding MSATS
- WEM Introduction