GWO has developed a code of conduct which is now published in the Criteria for Training Providers..
The Code of Conduct defines the basic requirements placed by GWO Steering Committee on GWO’s Secretariat concerning their responsibilities towards employees, colleagues, Delegates, members, Training Providers, other stakeholders and the environment.
These requirements reflect also GWOs expectations towards our primary stakeholders (Members, Certified Training Providers and Certification Bodies).
GWO is beginning its review process of training provider and certification body rules, beginning with a questionnaire for stakeholders.
North America’s leading wind energy employers came together for two and a half days of work at the GE Renewables Learning Center in Niskayuna, NY.
Developers of Simulwind claim virtual reality simulator gives students pre-site knowledge of WTG, reducing costs and time for training
GWO Sea Survival training has never been demonstrated inside an exhibition centre before
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