Both the First Aid and Manual Handling working groups have been fully resourced
Following significant interest, GWO's call for training providers to join working groups is now closed.
Two modules of the GWO Basic Safety Training Standard are being reviewed during the development cycle from December 2021-March 2022:
The workload for each review working group is typically 2-3 workshops and 5-10 online meetings dependent on the training standard.
It is required that GWO certified Training Providers that join working groups are able to organize pilot trainings and to provide the necessary course participants and instructors needed during the pilot sessions.
Global Wind Organisation welcomed award winners from across the world to Copenhagen on November 24th for its inaugural GWO Safety and Training Awards.
World's largest turbine manufacturer re-commits to global standard. Calls on schools to become certified and meet global demand for 500,000 workers by 2025
Global Wind Organisation’s Audit & Compliance Committee has completed an investigation into a chain of noncompliance by an auditor, a certification body, and a training provider. Action was taken against all three.
RelyOn Nutec and Clyde Training Solutions unveiled as 2021 demonstration partners
GWO training providers can prepare early by delivering pilot testing and giving feedback to developers
On October 1, 2021 GWO’s Requirements for Training Providers and Certification Bodies will be updated to versions 11 and 9 respectively. Both documents are revised to include changes resulting from GWO’s September 2021 update of its WINDA platform.