Developing a skilled workforce for the renewable energy sector plays a very important role for the Canberra Institute of Technology (CIT) as the sector continues to evolve.
South West TAFE Institute has been working with Deakin University and its partner Hycel on several exciting hydrogen energy projects.
Up-to-date solar energy batteries have been donated to TAFE SA by industry and government partners to bolster training in solar energy systems.
The way we work is changing, and as the way we work changes, skill requirements also evolve.
RACV Solar has partnered with Holmesglen Institute to deliver one of the country’s most advanced renewable energy training facilities.
The National Skills Commission (NSC) has developed a data-driven approach to identify emerging occupations within Australia. By identifying emerging skills and looking at how these skills change existing jobs, the NSC can identify emerging or new jobs in the labour market, and can help build the skilled, resilient and adaptable workforce needed now, and for years to come.
A new 35-metre-tall tower crane has been installed at one of CIT’s campuses for safety and renewables training. The tower crane gives students a safe, highly controlled simulated workplace environment, allowing them to experience the physical challenges of working and operating equipment safely at height.