IREC develops consensus-based standards to promote best practices and provide a benchmark for effective and safe workforce training practices in clean energy technology fields. In 2013, IREC was accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) as standards developing organization, which indicates that IREC’s operating procedures for documenting consensus have been approved by ANSI.

In June 2014, IREC received recognition for ANSI/IREC Standard 14732-2014 as an American National Standard.


Learn more about serving on a Working Group or the IREC Standards Committee

Learn more about IREC standards for clean energy technology training:

IREC Standard for Clean Energy Training TechnologyIREC Standard 01023:2013. General Requirements for the Accreditation of Clean Energy Technology Training identifies requirements for the quality systems, resources, personnel, and curriculum by which job-related training in clean energy technologies and practices may be accredited.

IREC Standard for Clean Energy Technology Instructors & Master TrainersIREC Standard 01024:2013. General Requirements for the Certification of Clean Energy Technology Instructors and Master Trainers establishes requirements for the instructional and professional field experience, subject-matter expertise and instructional quality by which instructors and master trainers who conduct training in clean energy technologies and practices may become certified.

ANSI/IREC Standard 14732-2014. General Requirements for the Accreditation of Clean Energy Certificate Programs.
For the accreditation of certificate programs that develop and administer credit or non-credit clean energy training/education offered in formal educational institutions and other legal entities.

IREC JTA Guidance Cover LOW (2)IREC’s Job Task Analysis Guidance Document Provides guidance for conformity with ANSI/IREC Standard 14732-2014, General Requirements for the Accreditation of Clean Energy Certificate Programs and IREC Standard 01023:2013, General Requirements for the Accreditation of Clean Energy Technology Training; in particular, to assist applicant organizations in developing and/or selecting a job task analysis (JTA) from which to form the basis of their curriculum or syllabus.


IREC Standards Committee

The Standards Committee is charged with overseeing the work of standards development.

Brian Hayden
HeatSpring Learning Institute
Michigan

Ken Jurman
Virginia Department of Mines, Minerals and Energy
Virginia

John Manz
National Sustainable Structures Center/PA College of Technology
Pennsylvania

Ryan Mayfield
Renewable Energy Associates/Lane CC
Oregon

Harold C. Ohde, VICE CHAIR
Electrical Joint Apprenticeship and Training Trust, IBEW #134
Illinois

Josh Olsen
U.S. Department of Energy
Washington, D.C.

Paul H. Raymer
Heyoka Solutions, LLC
Massachusetts

Sydney G. Roberts, Ph.D., CHAIR
Southface Energy Institute
Georgia

Jane Weissman
IREC
Massachusetts

 

 

 

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