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Overview of current IBBK courses and events

19-27 September 2017

BIOGAS #HANDS ON - International Engineering & Operating Training incl. Study Tour, Stuttgart, DE
Language: English

The 7-day BIOGAS #HANDS ON training is the IBBK’s international premium event! 
Training for an intensive encounter with biogas. You receive our best practical tips and our bundled know-how from two decades of experience. On the additional excursions, we will take you to the four most relevant plant types in Europe so you can gain profound insights into everyday practice in the operation of a biogas plant. During the laboratory day you will receive practical tips for the optimisation of your fermentation through the analysis of fermentation samples.
The seven days make it possible for you to have a high-degree of intensive exchange with the experts and course participants to clarify all your questions.

Event ended. Here the video from the course .

8-9 November 2017

BIOGAS # UPGRADE Course: Basic Training in Plant SafetyEutingen-Weitingen (BaWü)
Language: German

This 2-day course provides you with the most up-to-date conditions for plant safety in accordance with the statutory specifications for the uniform operator qualifications. Our experienced experts from the sector make you and your plant fit for the future in accordance with the German Technical Rules for Hazardous Substances TRGS 529
+++ The course is fully booked +++

22-24 November 2017

BIOGAS #HANDS ON International Engineering & Operating Training, Enniskillen, NIR
Language: English

This 3-day course is specially tailored to the conditions of the biogas sector in the UK, with a focus on biowaste digestion and gas upgrading for injection into the natural gas grid. The many years of experience of the German biogas experts facilitate the know-how transfer to the United Kingdom. The integrated lab session complements the facts with practical insights into plant operation.
program & registration

5-7 December 2017

BIOGAS # UPGRADE Course: Basic Training in Plant Safety,  Wolpertshausen, DE
Language: German

3 days. Consisting of Module 3 (BHKW) and Module 2 (GERBIO). In addition to the updated conditions for plant safety, this multi-faceted course teaches you practice-orientated GERBIO processes.. Our experienced experts from the sector make you and your plant fit for the future in accordance with German Technical Rules for Hazardous Substances TRGS 529.
German program & registration

11-13 December 2017

BIOGAS #TRAINING  – 3rd Agro-industrial Seminar, Cape Town, South Africa
Language: English

This 3-day course focuses on the biogas market in Africa with a focus on the local characteristics of substrate selection, plant engineering and biogas utilisation. The IBBK, together with local partners, provides its many years of  thorough experience.
program & registation

5-8 February 2018

BIOGAS #HANDS ON International Engineering & Operating Training, St. Ives, UK
Language: English

This 4-day course is specially tailored to the conditions of the biogas sector in the UK. The many years of experience of the German biogas experts facilitate the know-how transfer to the United Kingdom. The integrated lab session and plant visits complement the facts with practical insights into plant operation.

Feb/March 2018

NEW at IBBK  BIOGAS #UPGRADE – 1 day Refresher Course on Plant Safety, Germany
Language: German 

In this one-day refresher course you update your existing basic knowledge of plant safety and acquire the TRGS 529 certificate after successfully providing evidence of the required knowledge. This certificate from the German Biogas Training Association (Schulungsverbund Biogas) is valid as a qualification certificate in each case for four years.

16.-17. Oktober 2018

IBBK #ScienceMeetsPractice, international conference with trade exhibition and excursion 'Progress in the treatment and use of manure and digestate
Schwäbisch Hall, Germany
Language: German/English

Call for Papers
The conference will address the latest international scientific state and successful examples of implementation. The main topics include the current state of the art, advances in bioeconomy and sustainability, as well as prospects for promising innovations and new research approaches.
For the plenary, innovative presentations from practice and promising research are requested.

Call for Paper registration
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