For nearly three decades, the Midwest Renewable Energy Association (MREA) has been training students for careers in renewable energy, and continually tweaking the curriculum to accommodate evolving trends and offer market relevant courses. The MREA has released its 2017 Training Catalog containing more solar PV progression courses due to high demand. Registration is now open for course participants.
Renewable energy is no longer ‘alternative’ energy. Solar has gone mainstream, and we need a properly trained workforce to make sure it stays that way. Appropriate system designs, thorough financial proposals, and safe, code-compliant installations are expected in today’s PV market. We align our curriculum with industry standards and published task analyses to make sure we give current and aspiring solar professionals the tools they need for certification and real-world success.
MREA instructors are industry professionals and renewable energy practitioners and can provide students with professional credentials upon successful course, and program completion. A variety of training options ranging from installation, finance, and design for small wind and solar systems are offered year-round with in-person and online options to accommodate the busiest of schedules. The 2017 curriculum gives students a well-rounded educational experience, equipping them with the skills needed to join the renewable energy workforce and achieve a sustainable future.
The 2017 Training Catalog features:
- V.A. Approved Courses
- 2017 NEC Updates
- Workforce Development Resources
- NABCEP’s New Associate Program
To request your FREE copy of the 2017 Training Catalog call 175-592-6595 or email with your mailing information. View the 2017 Training Catalog online here.
MREA, moving renewable energy education forward.