If you’re eager to get into the renewable energy industry, a company called Boots on the Roof can help. Their courses on the business and science of solar energy can give you a leg up when you apply for a job. The company works with leading photovoltaic manufacturers, distributors, and veteran solar professionals to create business-level courses.
Boots on the Roof also provides training for general contractors, electricians, plumbers, builders, sales professionals, and construction managers—virtually anyone who wants to make the switch to a renewable energy career.
Classes are available in both California and New Jersey. Industry professionals helped design each class to reflect the needs of leading solar and wind manufacturers, national renewable energy accrediting agencies and industry associations. Classes are continually updated as the industry moves ahead technologically.
Boots on the Roof is fully qualified to implement training and certification standards for ecosystem companies. They not only create training for renewable energy firms, but their parent company can provide certification-based training for enterprises like Cisco, Microsoft, Red Hat Linux, NetApp and many others.
One student gave Boots on the Roof high ratings for the quality of their training and education—awarding them a 20 on a scale from one to ten, ten being the best. He noted it was one of the best decisions he have ever made. He admitted that he’s gone from a "solar dummy" to a solar pro, adding that Boots on the Roof is the "Stanford of Solar” that gave him real hands on experience and great instructors.
See how Boots on the Roof can help you launch your career in the renewable energy industry.
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