GWO's latest publication is available for download from today
GWO published today its Annual Report 2019 - Safety Without Borders. Our yearly review of workforce, safety and training trends in wind energy, the GWO Annual Report 2019 gives more detail than ever on the key developments you’re interested in. The report also moves a step forward by bringing news of GWO’s future strategy up to 2022.
How much did GWO grow in 2019? Which are the most requested GWO training courses? Which are the regions that grew most? How is the communication between GWO and Training Providers, Certification Bodies and customers? We’ll answer these and much more.
To read more about the Annual Report 2019, click here.
To download the GWO Annual Report 2019, click here.
For further insights about the Annual Report 2019 and GWO strategy 2020-2022, why not join us for our webinar on March 24th? Registration is free and recordings will be available following the event if you can’t make it. Register here
New member Ocean Winds will bring its international expertise to GWO, as they work together to strive for an injury free work environment in the offshore wind industry. Ocean Winds’ 15 offshore wind projects in 7 countries and across three continents are expected to push up demand for standardised training.
🔹2022 Annual Report shows 21% increase in GWO Active Workforce 🔹104 new training providers certified as network expands 🔹153 existing training providers broaden their GWO standards portfolio certification
• Global specialist offshore wind business Corio Generation joins as leading member • Corio's growing global windfarm portfolio will increase demand for standardised training
Global Wind Organisation is delighted to announce that Energy Ireland, as the promoting organisation for Green Tech Skillnet, will be adopting the new GWO Entry Level Framework for their award-winning Skills Connect Wind Turbine Technician Programme.
One of the defining characteristics of northeastern Brazil’s status as a prime location for wind farms is also causing problems in recruiting local talent. Now, thanks to a new programme called ‘Keep it Local’ 25 residents of Caiçara do Rio do Vento are being trained in GWO Basic Safety Training (BST) and are on the pathway to begin new careers in wind.
On November 1st Global Wind Organisation (GWO) releases the Wind Limited Access Standard. This new standard was developed to provide a minimum viable safety training for infrequent visitors to onshore and offshore wind turbine generators (WTG) environments when supervised by at least two GWO Basic Safety Training (BST) qualified persons.