Credentialing News

MREA’s Julie Brazeau: Bullish on Credentials and Quality Training

Between teaching and curriculum planning, Julie Brazeau, instructor development coordinator for the Midwest Renewable Energy Association (MREA), sat down with IREC to talk about her work as a solar PV instructor and the importance of credible credentials. Here’s our conversation.

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Who says an old dog can’t learn new tricks?

By Kristen Ferguson As in nature, so in life: everything, including us, is in a perpetual state of change. Accept that, and anything’s possible. For the past year, IREC has teamed up with the Weatherization Training Network’s Trainers Consortium for

Spring Into Action: Get Your Training Program in Top Shape

For clean energy education/training programs serious about earning the most recognized mark of quality in clean energy, comes a marathon-inspired training that makes preparation for the coveted IREC Credential a less daunting process. IREC’s new plan helps programs prepare to apply and strengthen their training programs gradually over 16 weeks. And it’s FREE.

Mobile Brick-and-Mortar Solar Lab: PV training anytime. Anywhere.

SolPowerPeople’s mobile brick-and-mortar solar lab brings hands-on, PV training to you, anywhere, anytime. Since 2010, SolPowerPeople has offered quality solar training and education in PV systems design, installation, operations and management to more than 3,000 people from 90 countries.

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IREC Adds its Voice to National Conversation on Community Colleges and Job-Ready Education

IREC joined some 600 community college presidents, administrators, instructors and partners in Newport Beach, CA recently for the American Association of Community Colleges Workforce Development Institute. IREC CEO/President Jane Weissman presented Community Colleges Educating for and Building a Clean Energy Economy.

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Behold the Future: Building the Educational Pipeline for the Solar Workforce in Central Illinois

Kankakee County, Illinois, population of 112,000 and home of Kankakee Community College (KCC), is Tim Wilhelm country. A physics major from Kent State, Wilhelm’s past 20 years at KCC include an adjunct professor, student and graduate, and since 2006, the impresario of its Electrical Technology Program (ETP) focused on building a highly-qualified, well-trained clean energy workforce in Central Illinois. For such a small, rural community college some 66 miles southwest of Chicago, KCC’s ETP is raising community awareness and building the pipeline for a clean energy economy by promoting quality educational standards for a clean energy workforce writ large.

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High Quality Clean Energy Training Providers and Trainers Recognized by IREC

Two training organizations and two individual instructors in the clean energy industry have recently been awarded the prestigious IREC Credential.

IREC Welcomes Anna Sullivan to its Credentialing Team

IREC announces the expansion of its Credentialing Program with a recent addition to its team. Anna Sullivan joins IREC as credentialing services manager, a new position designed to enhance individualized service and support to the growing number of applicants and IREC credential holders.

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Updates to IREC’s Candidate Handbook

The latest version of the IREC Credentialing Program is available in the Key Docs section of the website. The Candidate Handbook serves as a primary resource for those who are applying for or have been awarded an IREC credential.

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New Quick-Tip Video Helps Candidates and Credential Holders

IREC is pleased to announce the release of the first in a series of quick tips credentialing videos. The short, instructional videos on a variety of subjects will help candidates and credential holders when applying for and managing their credentials.

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