Workforce Development

IREC leads efforts to develop the diverse, highly skilled clean energy workforce of the future.

4 comments on “Workforce Development
  1. Avatar Victor Rodarte says:

    Can you please provide a contact number for someone who can answer questions regarding educational /certification programs that will help me secure employment in the solar industry. I have questions regarding community college in my area that offer training and certification. Thank you! _ Victor R

    I live in Ontario, Ca.

  2. Avatar Brittney says:

    I am in the solar field working for a solar installation company. I was wondering if you were able to get me in touch with someone that will know what classes,courses or training I can take to better my self in this field. I finished my Photovoltaic classes on solar and solar installation and will be taking my NABCEP soon and I am also in school for electrician trainee right now.

    I am Near West Covina area. Thanks

    • Avatar Jane Pulaski says:

      Hi there – Apologies for just now getting to this. A couple of thoughts:

      1) Find IREC accredited training providers & IREC certified trainers & master trainers here:
      2) Find workshops and hands-on training for renewable energy and energy efficiency courses, four-year universities that offer undergraduate and graduate level courses in renewable energy and energy efficiency here:

      That should get you started. If you need more info, contact the credentialing team at 518.621/7379 or

      Happy holidays!

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