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Better Trained Workers Affect Your
Bottom Line: The Solar Instructor
Training Network (SITN) at Work
Joe Sarubbi – Project...
#3iForum
#SPICon
@IRECUSA
Cost of Training?
Performance = Value
Solar Instructor Training Network
To date, over 840 instructors
have received training and 348
institutions and organizations
have partnered with the RTPs.
Expertise

Coordination

Midwest

Northeast

Southeast

Guidance
California
Hawaii

IREC

Rocky
Mountain

Showcase
Norther...
Solar Energy Education and
Training Best Practices:
The Series
➢ Becoming an Effective Teacher
➢ Curriculum and Program Development
➢ Developing a Quality Course
➢ Exemplary Solar Progr...
Photovoltaic Labs
PV Labs Intro slide

Hudson Valley Community College, TEC-SMART, Malta, NY
Photovoltaic Online Training
Course for Code Officials
Teachers call it copying…
We call it teamwork!
-Unknown
THANKS to our generous sponsors for the
2013 3iForum and 3iAwards
Thank You!
www.sitnusa.org
Better Trained Workers Affect Your Bottom Line: The Solar Instructor Training Network (SITN) at Work
Better Trained Workers Affect Your Bottom Line: The Solar Instructor Training Network (SITN) at Work
Better Trained Workers Affect Your Bottom Line: The Solar Instructor Training Network (SITN) at Work
Better Trained Workers Affect Your Bottom Line: The Solar Instructor Training Network (SITN) at Work
Better Trained Workers Affect Your Bottom Line: The Solar Instructor Training Network (SITN) at Work
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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 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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Better Trained Workers Affect Your Bottom Line: The Solar Instructor Training Network (SITN) at Work

  1. 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. 2. #3iForum #SPICon @IRECUSA
  3. 3. Cost of Training?
  4. 4. Performance = Value
  5. 5. Solar Instructor Training Network
  6. 6. To date, over 840 instructors have received training and 348 institutions and organizations have partnered with the RTPs.
  7. 7. Expertise Coordination Midwest Northeast Southeast Guidance California Hawaii IREC Rocky Mountain Showcase Northern MidAtlantic Resources Southern MidAtlantic South Central Collaboration
  8. 8. Solar Energy Education and Training Best Practices: The Series
  9. 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. 10. Photovoltaic Labs PV Labs Intro slide Hudson Valley Community College, TEC-SMART, Malta, NY
  11. 11. Photovoltaic Online Training Course for Code Officials
  12. 12. Teachers call it copying… We call it teamwork! -Unknown
  13. 13. THANKS to our generous sponsors for the 2013 3iForum and 3iAwards
  14. 14. Thank You! www.sitnusa.org

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