Better Trained Workers Affect Your Bottom Line: The Solar Instructor Training Network (SITN) at Work
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Investments in training and development of employees can make them more productive and more effective in their jobs, directly contributing to the bottom line. Studies have shown that a well-trained......

Investments in training and development of employees can make them more productive and more effective in their jobs, directly contributing to the bottom line. Studies have shown that a well-trained workforce leads to lower employee turnover, which is associated with higher customer satisfaction, which in turn is a driver of profitability. Learn what the Solar Instructor Training Network (SITN), a DOE SunShot initiative, is doing to help establish a well-trained workforce in support of the solar industry. Find-out how IREC, as National Administrator of the SITN, is providing the building blocks in support of solar training that will help companies maintain a competitive advantage.

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  • 1. Better Trained Workers Affect Your Bottom Line: The Solar Instructor Training Network (SITN) at Work Joe Sarubbi – Project Manager Mary Lawrence – Project Coordinator
  • 2. #3iForum #SPICon @IRECUSA
  • 3. Cost of Training?
  • 4. Performance = Value
  • 5. Solar Instructor Training Network
  • 6. To date, over 840 instructors have received training and 348 institutions and organizations have partnered with the RTPs.
  • 7. Expertise Coordination Midwest Northeast Southeast Guidance California Hawaii IREC Rocky Mountain Showcase Northern MidAtlantic Resources Southern MidAtlantic South Central Collaboration
  • 8. Solar Energy Education and Training Best Practices: The Series
  • 9. ➢ Becoming an Effective Teacher ➢ Curriculum and Program Development ➢ Developing a Quality Course ➢ Exemplary Solar Programs ➢ Solar Content Integration ➢ Textbooks, References, and Other Instructional Resources ➢ Photovoltaic Labs
  • 10. Photovoltaic Labs PV Labs Intro slide Hudson Valley Community College, TEC-SMART, Malta, NY
  • 11. Photovoltaic Online Training Course for Code Officials
  • 12. Teachers call it copying… We call it teamwork! -Unknown
  • 13. THANKS to our generous sponsors for the 2013 3iForum and 3iAwards
  • 14. Thank You! www.sitnusa.org