Development of Educational Activity and Personnel Training about Renewable Energy Sector of the CIS States

 

/19th June 2019, by Renewable Market Watch™/

 

Personnel training in the sphere of renewable energy sources (RES) has a decisive importance for solving a problem of sector development in the CIS states. Course on renewable energy sources must be conducted in all educational institutions of relative profile. The degree of elaboration depends on specialization of pupils, students and specialists.

The CIS states are recommended to widen the cooperation in the field of education and to provide for the specific programs of cooperation on coaching and upgrading qualification of specialists in the sphere of RES including exchange of workbooks and background materials for students and specialists in the RES field.

Besides it is necessary to summarize and distribute the best educational practices in the sphere of using renewable energy sources, to use more widely educational institutions of initial education in the field of renewable energy. It is necessary to develop actively international cooperation for training and increasing specialists’ qualifications working in the sphere of using renewable energy sources, according to the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) Renewable Power Market Outlook 2019 – 2028.

It is recommended to use widely both for conducting seminars and for upgrading specialists’ qualification the demonstration sites of renewable energy sources and training base of leading high educational institutions on the CIS territory as well. International cooperation in the indicated field should be developed also by means of joint participation in the corresponding educational programs.

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