Start and finish times: starts at 11am and ends at 4pm on the last day
Fees: waged £750; low waged / concessions £700
Includes: tuition, all materials, full board shared accommodation
What to bring: as this is a highly practical course, safety boots are required
What you will learn
Get to grips with the technological aspects of hydroelectric and marine energy, examine resource availability and limitations, and explore the environmental impacts of energy conversion and installation.
You’ll also take a look at the policy background and economic issues, and delve into the planning, social and legislative aspects of energy provision from onshore, inshore and offshore technologies, including a range of hydroelectric systems, tidal range, marine current and wave technologies.
Explore the experience to date and the potential for marine technologies in the UK and elsewhere, and examine policy frameworks that would enable the potential to be delivered.
Joining this module as a short course offers networking opportunities and enables you to become part of the wider network of postgraduate students working in the field of sustainability.
The course is taught through a mixture of lectures, seminars, practical workshops, presentations and demonstrations, with an active exchange of views and opinions encouraged throughout.
Meet your tutors
You will be taught by a range of expert lecturers and guest lecturers from CAT’s Graduate School of the Environment.