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Companies are seeing the growing demand for wind turbine technicians, and Global Wind Organisation’s (GWO) training catalog is the clear choice for developing the workforce. GWO has forecast that over 75,000 people will require the basic entry-level standard training to work on North America’s onshore and offshore wind turbines over the next five years.
As prospective training providers evaluate GWO standards, they may have questions about the most efficient and effective ways to achieve certification. GWO has today published a new guide on the options available.
Source: Global Wind Workforce Forecast 2021-2025 (GWO/GWEC) https://www.globalwindsafety.org/statistics/global-wind-workforce-forecast-2021-2025
Enel Green Power (Enel) has today joined Global Wind Organisation, accelerating the industry’s global effort to strive towards an injury free working environment.
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 non compliance by an auditor, a certification body, and a training provider. Action was taken against all three.
Both the First Aid and Manual Handling working groups have been fully resourced