Guideline to Introducing Quality Renewable Energy Technician Training Programs

This document is intended as a guide for The Renewable Energy Industry, Multi-Lateral and Bi- Lateral Donors and Government Ministries/Departments that want to introduce competency based quality renewable training programs for technicians into a country or region.

The guide provides an overview of: 1. QualityTrainingFrameworks;

  1. The processes involved in developing competency based Quality-Training programs; and
  2. The capacity building requirements for the technical and vocational education sector

The overall objective of the guide is to enable stakeholders to identify the best way to introduce renewable energy courses into an existing quality training framework or, if one does not exist, to establish a process whereby the training being provided is following quality procedures.

The guide concludes with recommendation that the Global Renewable Energy Industry should consider the introduction of an international framework that would provide a mechanism for renewable energy training programs to be accredited by a third party.

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