No matter how the program is designed, the most important element to focus on is the student experience. If we can change the life of just one student in every training, then your organization has succeeded. This section showcases our values.
Future Build offers a pre-apprentice training program that offers various training classes including hazwoper, building construction and solar. With Future Build, we have provided beginning and advanced photovoltaics training.
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Green Technical Education & Employment works with high school students and young adults from economically disadvantaged communities by providing training in green skills, such as clean energy, environmental protection and energy efficiency. We have provided beginning and advanced solar training as well as energy efficiency classes.
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The Marin City Community Development Corporation (MCCDC) helps develop the skills of unemployed or underemployed residents of Marin County. We have provide MCCDC beginning photovoltaics training.
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We have provided beginning and advanced photovoltaics training for the Laborers Union - Local 324.
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Energy Career Path has provided beginning and advanced photovoltaics training the NorCal Laborers Training Center in San Ramon.
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Northern California Construction Training, Inc. (NCCT) is a building trade’s pre-apprenticeship training program. Energy Career Path has provided beginning and advanced photovoltaics training here.
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Within the California Conservation Corps is the Energy Corps program that prepares individuals for the energy-efficiency industry.
Through Sierra College and Hands on Solar, we have taught Energy Survey training at various centers throughout California.
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The San Francisco Conservation Corps has a pre-apprentice program that prepares individuals for a career in the building trades. One career field included solar. Energy Career Path has taught beginning photovolataics here.
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Photovoltaics instructor at Sierra College
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"Mr D. was very professional, made the material easy to understand"
"I learned so much from the training that I never knew before. Mr. D. made the class interesting and easy to learn."
"The instructor was very involved with the class and was really helpful with explaining things we didn't quite understand."
"The instructor provides examples for everything. Works with you one on one to make sure you understand, didn’t leave anyone behind "
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