Battery industry - Commercialisation and Business

- ECTS credits, Academic Year 2023-2024 , -
Battery industry - Commercialisation and Business is part of the training theme aimed at companies in the battery industry.

The Commercialisation and Business study module consists of three courses the goal of which is to increase skills in commercialisation and business, especially in the value chain of the battery industry. The online training can be completed for the most part regardless of time and place. The training is well suited to be completed alongside work.

Enrollment period

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Mode of delivery

Web-Based Studies

Course study period

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Price

Training is free of charge

Enrollment

Enrollment open
Enrollment ends .

Training is free of charge

Education information

This course is part of a study module:

The Commercialisation and Business study module include product development and project management for renewable value chains in the battery industry. In the product development and productisation course, a foundation is created for product development and productisation, as well as its implementation in accordance with company-specific business models. The course identifies the role of product development in company operations. The project management course covers in detail the special features of both product development projects and investment projects, as well as tools related to their planning and management.

The courses of Commercialisation and Business study module and their study periods:

You can complete the entire study module or choose the courses that best serve your own needs. Each course corresponds to 135 student work hours (including teaching and the student's own work).

See the course contents and registration instructions on the courses' own pages.

See also other training modules on the training theme of Battery industry

Education format

Continuous learning
Continuing training

Semester

Academic Year 2023-2024

Field of study

Engineering, manufacturing and construction

Teaching language

Finnish
English

Course organiser

University of Oulu

Location

online

Funding source

The training has been funded by the Service Centre for Continuous Learning and Employment. The Service Centre promotes the competence development of working-age people and the availability of skilled labour. The operations of the Service Centre are overseen by the Ministry of Education and Culture and the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment.

Last updated: 2.6.2023