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Do you have any classes on solar power or wind power that I can turn into a career?
I want to learn about solar and wind power but don't know where to start. what class I can take to make solar and wind power a career?

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Asked by jonat Wednesday Apr 22nd 2009 in Online Courses
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Pinnacle Career Institute in Kansas City is starting a Wind Turbine technician program in March ONLINE with a 2 week boot camp on a turbine at the partner school in Texas.PCI and TSTC are both accredited, PCI is nationally accredited and TSTC is regionally accredited through SACS.
Students graduate from the program with four industry certifications including OSHA 10 certification.
You can call 1-866-390-1785 for more details on the program.

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Hi Jonat,
I would start with taking our solar course to get more familiar with how solar energy works, applications, etc.. This would be a good and low cost primer on starting a career in solar energy.
Guide To Solar Energy

Solar Trainging

Also, check our online courses section under Environmental Education. There is a wealth of training there that could lead to a new career for you:
http://www.distance-education.org/Courses/

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i dont know

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