Are you a person who cares about the environment? Do you want to learn more about eco-friendly types of fuel and how you can use them? If the answer to these questions is Yes, we have good news for you! The Wigton Renewable Energy Training Lab from Rose Hill, Manchester has open the registration for the Solar Energy and Fuel Cells course that will happen during 19 – 23th of March 2018.
What will the trainees learn during this course?
The course is dedicated to people interested in getting fuel in a way that protects the natural resources and uses their strength. In this case, registrants will receive a thorough introduction to what Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Systems mean, their types and technical details like designs, measurement, what should be their quantity on a dedicated field and energy distribution.
Next to this, trainees will have a better understanding of site assessments, they will learn all about system installations and ways for measuring efficiency. Another important aspect on the agenda will be to help students acquire knowledge of fuel cells, storage and practical application. Last, but not least, the curriculum will cover the rules and regulations, as well as necessary approvals associated with Photo Voltaic Solar systems.
The course provider opened in November 2016 and since then it has gained the necessary experience for delivering this training. Organizers say that their goal is to build capacity in the field of renewable energy, especially due to the fact that nowadays more and more people are interested in switching to this type of energy.
Also, people should enroll for this training if they want to learn more and start practising what they have learned. After the course, trainees will be able to get a job or start a business in the field of renewable energy.
Considering the advantages, all you have to do is to enrol. The learning agenda is based on interactive methods, practical workshops, debates and learning by doing.
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