Introduction to GHG Accounting

Course is HRDC Claimable.

Next Training Date: 07 Feb 2023

Training Summary

To align with the global and national initiatives to mitigate climate change, organisations need to propose initiatives and implementation measures toward low carbon and sustainable manufacturing by reducing their GHG emissions. In designing the action plan, one must know the source of GHG emissions, and more importantly, quantify it. Thus, there is a need to understand the systematic approach for GHG reporting.

This course highlights the concept and principles of GHG accounting and reporting, including the inventory boundary, GHG emission identification and methodologies and reporting format. The approach shall enable a company to quantify GHG that are associated with initiatives to reduce GHG emissions toward low carbon and sustainable manufacturing.

Learning Outcome

At the end of the course, it is expected participants will be able to:

    1. Describe the GHG accounting and reporting principles.
    2. Identify the GHG inventory boundary.
    3. Quantify GHG emissions.
    4. Report the GHG emissions.

Learning Benefits

    1. Understand energy management system importance and requirement.
    2. Understand where your company is currently at in energy management system.

Targeted Participants

Energy Managers, Sustainability Manager, Top Management, Energy Management Committee and Utilities Manager.

Course Outline

    1. Introduction to GHG Accounting – (0.5 hour)
    2. Reporting principle of GHG – (0.5 hour)
    3. GHG inventory boundary – (1.5 hour)
    4. GHG management practice – (1.5 hour)
    5. GHG emission quantification methodology – (0.5 hour)
    6. GHG emission calculation – (1.5 hour)
    7. GHG uncertainty – (0.5 hour)

Trainer Profile

Associate Professor Ir Dr Lim Jeng Shiun has been extensively involved in 22 research projects, 11 industrial based projects for various companies and government agencies. The key clients include local industries and multinational companies such as BERNAS, FABER MEDISERVE, SHELL, OLEON in Malaysia and PERTAMINA in Indonesia. He has assisted those companies identify energy saving opportunities worth millions of dollar through the use of process integration and process systems engineering approach.

Training Course Fee (for Online Training)

Course Fee: RM700/pax 
Early bird Price: RM630/pax – Full payment 1 month before training date.

Group Course Fee: RM630/pax (Group of 3 and above)
Early bird Price: RM595/pax – Full payment 1 month before training date.

Other Registration Method

For group registration, kindly download the registration form via the link above and send to [email protected].

Past Participant Reviews
It is easy to follow although it is a online courses. It is a great course for me to refresh and gain some new understandings about the heat recovery via pinch analysis. The quality of the online working sessions also exceeds my expectation.
Calvin Kong
Practically, valuable and knowledgeable in terms of industry expertise.
Mohd Zaid
Senior Process Technician
It really contributes to personal skills growth and helps participant qualities to be equipped with current industry needs. It delivers what it offers and gives some eye-opening theory and understanding on how energy conservation should be analyzed and done rather than just to commit to renewable energy or conventionally resources to newer or better equipment by relooking into plant design.
Nur Hidayat
Executive - Operation (Cogeneration)
The trainers are expert in their field and I truly learned a lot from their best knowledge. Not to forget the helpful facilitators who made this online training a great learning experience. Thank you!
Tommy Chang

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