National Energy Action’s dedicated training team offers courses for assisting households with fuel poverty, energy efficiency, decarbonisation and more.

Learners will be taught how to identify vulnerable households, provide them with useful advice and how to signpost them to further assistance and support. We also have courses which cover technologies such as smart meters and renewable energy, to help support households embrace the green transition.

Our courses are regularly updated with the latest advice and information to keep your organisation on top of the issues. Information comes from our own research and policy work, as well as the experiences of our frontline advice workers.

Courses come in a variety of formats, including webinars, e-learning and face-to-face training.

Frontline workers have a crucial role to play when it comes to tackling fuel poverty, whether working for a national, regional or local organisation. When households are struggling to keep warm and pay bills, advice workers can make a real difference to their health and finances.

Course Outlines

NEA has expanded its range of face-to-face and online learning courses to ensure that organisations can continue to access our training in a way convenient

Training Diary

See when National Energy Action is running training events that can help your organisation with topics ranging from fuel poverty to decarbonisation.

Educational Resources

Take a look at our educational resources, designed for young people at school, college and university.

Northern Ireland

National Energy Action Northern Ireland has courses designed for those working in Northern Ireland.