Sunday, October 21, 2012

ITVET local Belize Community Colleges rumored to be starting SOLAR PANEL MANUFACTURING CERTIFICATION COURSE

Enroll in a training, certification or licensure program and, if you have employees, require them to do so as well. Many of those in the solar-power manufacturing industry have a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering and a professional-engineering license, according to the U. S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Many also seek advanced-engineering degrees or credentials specific to generating solar energy, such as certification as a solar installer, builder and technician or a technical-sales expert. Many community and technical colleges offer certification and associate-degree programs for solar manufacturing and service jobs, according to the BLS, though independent-certification agencies such as the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners offer independent solar-energy certification and training programs.

  Hmmn!  Solar panel manufacturing in Belize for entrepreneurs, can maybe get the knowledge and certifications from the local Community College in their districts?  Who knows?  Maybe?  Lot of bureaucratic hype lately about starting small light manufacturing business, from red tape short cuts, training programs, grants and other assistance.  Wonder if any of it is actually true?  Any case studies I can print?


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