The Saginaw Valley State University’s Office of Continuing Education and Professional Development in Michigan will be offering green jobs training. The four training for green jobs, according to a report, is in partnership with Everblue Energy — accredited training program for BPI Training, LEED Certification, Solar Training, Corporate Sustainability, Energy Auditor, and more.
In Washington, inline with green jobs training, Green Education Services will be offering a two-day LEED AP Homes Exam Prep Seminar, a 16-hour course on April 12 to 13, 2011. LEED AP Homes, according to a report, is a professional credential, which signifies an professional understanding of the LEED Certification rating system for Homes.
Training for green jobs offered by SVSU and Everblue Energy include Solar PV Bootcamp, BPI Envelope-Shell Training, BPI Building Analyst/Energy Auditor, and LEED Green Associate Exam Preparation.
The Solar PV Bootcamp is for electrical contractors, building contractors. According to the report, this green jobs training would be a week-long program with three courses. The business part of renewable energy will be discussed as well as the theories about solar thermal and photovoltaic energy.
Those who would take the training course can take the NABCEP or North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners entry level exam.
BPI Envelope-Shell Training will prepare enrollees to analyze a home, while the BPI Building Analyst/Energy Auditor training program is said to prepare the students on how to save money by conserving energy.
All the training classes are open for public enrollment, and hands-on training will be provided for the “green jobs” industry in the United States.