Fremont, CA (PressExposure) March 13, 2011 -- Boots on the Roof Training Programs Help Solar Energy Adepts to Pursue Successful Careers in the Solar Energy Industry.
The Solar Energy industry currently abounds with opportunity and the prospects for a stable and rewarding career in the field are exceptional. However, despite the clear interest for Solar Energy technologies registered in the market, the solar industry is unprepared for a large jump in solar production demand. Moreover, the gap in supply and demand for the solar labor market is still quite large, which hinders the progress of solar energy adepts towards their desired careers.
In response to this problem, the Boots on the Roof school encourages people to attend their specialized programs, offering them access to the hands-on solar education and training they need to pursue a career in the Solar Energy industry. Numbering among the pioneers and fervent promoters of alternative sources of energy, the experienced Boots on the Roof team holds comprehensive solar training programs on a regular basis. The programs are targeted at General Contractors, Licensed Electricians, Solar Energy Entrepreneurs and other business professionals in the renewable energy sector.
Now also an approved NABCEP (North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners) testing center for the Entry Level Certificate of Knowledge of PV Systems exam, Boots on the Roof provides "boot camp style", instructor-led solar training programs for solar energy professionals at their California, Philadelphia, Portland and other nationwide locations. Their two-day, six-day and four-day solar panel training courses are extremely popular, drawing a large number of attendees from all over the country.
Here is what Navraj Bawa, Executive Vice President, declared for the press after launching the Boots on the Roof educational program in 2009:
"The important thing to understand is that solar panel installation isn't conducive to a 'do-it-yourself' technique. People need to be aware that they're dealing with energy, with electricity, an unforgiving element. To be able to harness the immense opportunities in the solar energy sector, the most efficient method would be to partake of training from a reputed solar school such as Boots."