The American Institute of Renewable Energy (AIRE) Is Hosting a Free Solar and Weatherization Seminar Next Saturday

The American Institute of Renewable Energy (AIRE) is offering a free solar and weatherization seminar on Saturday, February 19th, 2011. The seminar is entitled FR-101: Solar and Weatherization Training: Free Solar & Weatherization .... Attendees will learn about the renewable energy and solar energy technical aspects, careers, job markets, solar training, weatherization training, solar certifications, government policies, 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. Attendees will learn about Building Performance Institute's (BPI) standards, job markets, careers, certifications, and government policies.

In order to attend this seminar, one must preregister to save a seat since spots are limited. Please visit AIRE's website, and click on "Upcoming Training Sessions" and choose the session FR-101: Solar and Weatherization Training: Free Solar & Weatherization Seminar. The seminar will give valuable information to those who want to enter the solar and weatherization industries and receive specialized training.

The American Institute of Renewable Energy (AIRE) is an alternate energy research, development training and technology company. AIRE is committed to developing a skilled workforce to bring integrated engineering and advanced technological solutions to provide clean affordable renewable energy to people, communities and countries worldwide. To become a part of the skilled workforce necessary to creating a greener environment, we invite you to come to our seminar and learn more about the opportunities available.

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