FR-101: Solar and Weatherization Training: Free Solar & Weatherization Seminar

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FR-101: Solar and Weatherization Training: Free Solar & Weatherization Seminar

Time: February 19, 2011 all day
Location: San Bernardino, CA
Street: 416 North H Street
City/Town: San Bernardino
Website or Map: http://www.aire-online.com/
Phone: 888-543-2473
Event Type: free, seminar
Organized By: American Institute of Renewable Energy (AIRE)
Latest Activity: Feb 11, 2011

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This is a casual, absolutely FREE event where people can learn more about the Renewable Energy and Solar Energy technical aspect, careers, job markets, Solar Certifications, Government Policies and the American Recovery and Grant Program under the Reinvestment Act (ARRA) 2009, and the Workforce Investment Act (WIA). The seminar will also cover the Weatherization and Energy Efficiency Industries. Weatherization is about making improvements to a home to stop air leaks. It makes heating and cooling more efficient, which drives down the cost of utility bills. Attendees will learn about Building Performance Institute's (BPI) standards, job markets, careers, certifications, and government policies.

 

Seminars are held in San Bernardino County. Seats are limited, so please register online and we will send you a confirmation that includes the exact location, time, and directions.

The Solar and Weatherization Seminar will last for 60 minutes and will be followed by optional networking and a Q & A Session.

In the Solar aspect, we will cover:

  1. Renewable Energy Job Market and Opportunity
  2. Solar Energy Job Market and Opportunity
  3. Solar Installers Training and Certification
  4. Solar Energy Career Path
  5. Grants Under ARRA and WIA ProgramCA Employee
  6. Development Department Job Training Programs


In the Weatherization aspect, we will cover:

  1. Weatherization & Energy Auditing Job Market & Opportunities
  2. BPI Training & Certifications
  3. Weatherization Assistance Programs (WAP), Grants & Incentives

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