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ERRA Certified Energy Regulator Programme

ERRA developed the Certified Energy Regulator (CER) training certificate to indicate that participants in ERRA courses have achieved a set level of fluency in the regulatory field. The feedback from participants has been positive and provides them with a recognized certificate that enables them and others to know of their regulatory competency.
 

The ERRA certification system is supposed to acknowledge those ERRA training participants who have successfully participated in minimum three different training programs organized by ERRA. The certification system is based on credits which can be earned during successfully completed training courses. 

In order to receive the certicifate, participants should collect at least 30 credits within 3 years.
 

Credits awarded upon successful completion of the ERRA Training Courses: 10 CER credits. Criteria for a successful completion of the classroom training courses:

  • Students must attend at least 80% of the classes and exercises of the training course.
  • Students must accomplish the final test of the training course within the classroom in a time period specified by the organizers.
  • Students must achieve 60% of the final test in order to earn 10 CER credits. Test scores below 60% will result in 5 CER credits only.

Student Testimonial by Janis Negribs (PUC, Latvia) – ERRA CER Diplom holder

    

ERRA issued 32 CER diplomas since 2010 to the following participants who successfully completed ERRA training courses:

  • Erind KRAJA – Albanian Energy Regulator (2010)
  • Doris CARCANI – Albanian Energy Regulator (2010)
  • Cana BATRICEVIC – Energy Regulatory Agency of Montenegro (2010)
  • Milenko TOMIĆ – State Electricity Regulatory Commission of Bosnia and Herzegovina (2010)
  • Samil REXHEPI – Energy Regulatory Commission of Macedonia (2011)
  • Gordana STANKOVIC – Croatian Energy Regulatory Agency (2011)
  • Hrvoje MILICIC – Croatian Energy Regulatory Agency (2011)
  • Levan GENDZEKHADZE – Georgian National Energy Regulatory Commission (2011)
  • Alpaslan SERPEN – Alarko Holding A.Ş., Turkey (2012)
  • Halil TOSLAK – Meram Elektrik Dağıtım A.Ş., Turkey (2012)
  • Yasir ALTURKI – King Saudi University, Saudi Arabia (2013)
  • Dimitry NAMGALADZE – Georgian National Energy Regulatory Commission (2013)
  • Majed AL-SALEM – Electricity & Co-generation Regulatory Authority of Saudi Arabia (2013)
  • Roland IRKLIS – Public Utilities Commission of Latvia (2013)
  • Inese IKSTENA – Public Utilities Commission of Latvia (2013)
  • Fidan YARDIM – Boğaziçi Elektrik Dağıtım A.Ş., Turkey (2013)
  • Mohamad Marwan JAMAL – Regulation and Supervision Bureau of Abu Dhabi, UAE (2013)
  • Chamath GOONEWARDENA – Public Utilities Commission of Sri Lanka (2013)
  • Mirgul AIDAROVA – State Department of Fuel and Energy Regulation at the Ministry of Energy and Industry of the Kyrgyz Republic (2014)
  • Ainura AKMATOVA – State Department of Fuel and Energy Regulation at the Ministry of Energy and Industry of the Kyrgyz Republic (2014)
  • Elena MARKOVA-VELINOVA – Energy Regulatory Commission of Macedonia (2014)
  • Vlatka PREDAVEC – Croatian Energy Market Operator Ltd. (2014)
  • Elcin AKCURA – European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, EBRD (2014)
  • Anastasija STEFANOVSKA – Energy Regulatory Commission of Macedonia (2015)
  • Abba IBRAHIM – Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (2015)
  • Nikoloz SHUBLADZE – Georgian National Energy and Water Supply Regulatory Commission (2015)
  • John OBED ALILEE – Vanuatu Utilities Regulatory Authority (2016)
  • Georgia SHENGELIA – Georgian National Energy and Water Supply Regulatory Commission (2016)
  • Aivars VEISS – Public Utilities Commission, Latvia (2016)
  • Marko FILIPOVSKI – Energy Regulatory Commission of Macedonia (2017)
  • Mustafa Ozan ÇELEBİ – Energy Market Regulatory Authority of Turkey (2018)
  • Janis NEGRIBS – Public Utilities Commission of Latvia (2019)

CONGRATULATIONS!