Our Programs & Training Venues
Through our capability building programs and best practice sharing, we lead in driving the learning and collaborative efforts of the power industry, bringing together the government, energy players and academic sectors to a common understanding of energy issues.
We aim to influence and educate the next generation of energy professionals as we continue to drive up standards, support technical development and facilitate energy solutions.
|*Courses open for public enrollment
Schedules are subject to change
|The 3rd Electrical Safety Summit: Sustaining Electrical Safety Initiatives for the Community||May 26|
|Autonomous Maintenance||June 7-9|
|Renewable Energy Series: Discovering Ocean/Tidal Energy in the Philippine Archipelago||June 9|
|Best Global Practices in Power Contracting||July 12-14|
|Understanding Equipment Failure and Root Cause Analysis||July 12-14|
|Reliability Centered Maintenance||August 23-25|
|Maintenance Roadmap to Reliability||September 13-15|
|Solar PV Bootcamp||October 23-27|
|Excitation Systems||November 6-7|
|World Class Maintenance||November 22-24|
|2nd K-Ligtas Awards Ceremonies||November 17|
|Meaningful Measures of Equipment Performance||Dec 5-6|
Our Global Experts
Our innovative learning programs are delivered by the combined expertise of local industry leaders and our network of international power and energy thought leaders, faculty, resource experts and administrators.
As an advocate of excellence in the industry, MPA has established alliances with key industry leaders in the academe, professional organizations, international training consultants, and government institutions. Through valuable collaboration and partnerships with these entities, MPA continues to facilitate opportunities in the energy industry, reach a wider audience and support thrusts for nation building.
The Global Lineman Training Camp located in Antipolo City will serve as the premiere training ground in maintaining the competitiveness of Philippine line workers and building manpower skills for power and energy line work. MPA takes the lead in the design, development and implementation of courses that will develop the talent pipeline of the power industry. The camp, spanning 6 hectares houses 3 classrooms for 150 persons, 2 dormitory rooms, lineman pole yard and outdoor cabanas.