Arizona Based Solar Training Facility Offers State Energy Sector Partnership (SESP) and Training Grants


eRenewable Resource Institute, based in Phoenix, Arizona, is taking full advantage of the State Energy Sector Partnership (SESP) and Training Grants that are part of the Department of Labor (DOL) which funds to the State Workforce Investment Boards.  This federal green energy training grant was developed to provide training funds to help career seekers obtain national certifications and training in energy efficiency and renewable energy industries.  There is $190 million allocated in the form of grants to assist those people who need training in a new field to get themselves back into the workforce.

Donna Marie Bertault, CEO of eRenewable Resource Institute, says, “We feel so fortunate that we can be helping so many displaced professionals find a way back into the workforce.  And not only with better skills, but with a career in an industry that is growing and has permanent place in the future for your society.  Our certified solar training program will prepare anyone for a meaningful lace in the renewable energy resource industry.”

Choosing a certified solar energy training program requires some research.  Some things you will want to ensure the facility you are looking at includes:

  • State licensed by the State Board for Postsecondary Education;
  • ISPQ accredited* renewable energy school;
  • NABCEP approved provider for the NABCEP Entry Level exam;
  • Entry and advanced level solar installation classes focused on residential and commercial solar design, installation and compliance through ISPQ accredited curriculum; and
  • Hands-on working labs with seasoned solar professional educators.

Interested in entering the solar energy industry or applying for a grant?  Whether you need certified solar training to become a BPI Analyst, Weatherization Tech, Solar Panel Installer or receive training in solar thermal and solar domestic hot water we have a program.  To begin your new career, start training with eRenewable Resource Institute.  Contact us at 480 446-0400 or info@erenewableresource.com.

Resource: http://www.grants.gov/search/search.do?mode=VIEW&oppId=48074

 

 

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