The Compressed Air Systems Optimisation (CASO) is a two-day course that provides candidates with sufficient comprehension and technical capacity to optimise a compressed air system within their organisation, as well as the required knowledge to undergo UNIDO expert level training and coaching.

CASO training exposes candidates to all common components of a compressed air system, and how to perform an associated assessment.  Basic exercises, case studies, and practical examples are discussed in the class.  The syllabus is for end-users, and is a pre-requirement for organisations and persons who wish to undergo in-depth training in compressed air systems. In-depth expert level training is done at an organisation’s facility where candidates are equpped with the knowledge, skills and tools needed to support the adoption and implementation of CASO in industry. Trainers provide onsite technical training, assistance, and coaching onsite of facility personnel on CASO project development and implementation.

  • Section 1: Supply side

This includes the definitions of compressed air (CA), air properties, CA efficiency and costs, compressors and their applications, rotary screw compressors, dynamic centrifugal compressors, rotary vane compressors and heat recovery.

  • Section 2: Treatment & Distribution

Condensate treatment, drying, storage, filtration, piping and installation conditions.

  • Section 3: System assessment

System analysis, pressure profiles, demand profiles, baselining energy consumption, case studies and exercises section.

  • Section 4: Demand side

Leakages, artificial demand, inappropriate uses, maintenance, and a power equation example.

On completion of the CASO two day course candidates will be able to:

  • Initiate the development and implementation of CASO measures
  • Apply knowledge to new and existing systems
  • Identify potential optimisation opportunities
  • Determine how to achieve cost savings and energy efficiency through the appropriate application of CASO
  • Assessing CASO opportunities

Technicians, electricians, plant operators, engineers that work in operations where compressed air is utilised.

Energy engineers, CEMs, CEAs, CMVPs who require more in-depth training on CASO and need to earn renewal credits.

The CASO training is at a level where candidates need to have an understanding of basic engineering concepts, or underwent a minimum of Fundamentals to Energy Management Training (FEMT).

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Training Costs*

R5 700.00 (Excl. VAT)

Includes: 2 day training course, attendance certificate, training manual, lunch, teas and coffees.

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Association of Energy Engineers (AEE)

1.6 credits for Continuing Professional Competency (CPC) demonstration to re-certify on another AEE certification program.

Attendance Certificate

Attendance certificate will be issued to all delegates that attend the full duration of the training course.


Terms and conditions

1. First paid first served policy applies for booking security.

2. Booking security requires the following to be received six (6) working days prior to the commencement of the course:

A. Full payment with proof of payment supplied.

B. A deposit of 25% with proof of payment supplied.

C. A purchase order for the full amount of the invoice.

3. Fees include coffee/tea/juice on arrival, mid-morning coffee/tea with pastries, mid-afternoon coffee/tea with biscuits, and lunch. For training the fee includes the text books and course fee. For examinations the fee includes the examination fee, marking fee, certification application fee, and 1 year membership of AEE for successful candidates.

4. It is the responsibility of the candidate attending the course to arrange their own travel, accommodation, breakfast and dinner.

5. Policy on international candidates

A. Invoices exclude withholding and country-specific taxes. Should these be leveraged by your country government, we reserve the right to invoice the responsible entity/person to recoup the costs.

B. VAT is payable for candidates attending training in South African borders, this may be claimed on departure from South Africa using the tax invoice.

6. Policy on cancellations

A. Cancellations received within five (5) working days prior to the first day of training will carry a 25% cancellation fee. No course material will be supplied.

B. Cancellations received six (6) working days prior to the first day of training will receive a full refund.

7. Policy on accounts not in good standing

A. The candidate in attendance at the course ultimately remains responsible for payment of the outstanding account and providing the proof of payment thereof.

B. In the event that a candidate, or the candidate’s organisation is not in good standing with us we reserve the right to withhold:

– Certificates of Attendance
– Course Attendance Registers
– Issuing of ECSA CPD credits
– Examination Results
– AEE Certification Application and/or Renewal Submissions
– AEE Certification Certificates
– Listing on the AEE website

8. The Energy Training Foundation (EnTF) is a division of Energy Cybernetics (Pty) Ltd and the invoice will be made out by Energy Cybernetics.

9. Right of Admission Reserved.