Award winning Renewables Education Programme from Mitsubishi Electric
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Renewable Training Centre
Renewable solutions provider, Mitsubishi Electric, launch an educational programme to help teach energy consumers of tomorrow all about renewable technologies.
Renewable solutions provider, Mitsubishi Electric has received nationwide acclaim for its pioneering educational programme.
Schools are already benefited from the programme called ‘The Learning Curve’, which is helping pupils understand the importance of adopting ‘the 3 R’s’ – Reduce, Reuse and Recycle.
The initiative won first prize in the Training Excellence category of The National Heat Pump Awards.
Mitsubishi Electric opened its new Renewable Training Centre in 2011, to cater for the growing number of industry professionals that are interested in acquiring the skills needed to serve the renewable energy sector.
The company is now looking to extend the programme to other parts of the country and is also looking to develop a programme aimed at secondary schools.
For more details read the Renewable Education Programme - Press Release pdf above
For further information on the programme, visit the dedicated website www.thelearningcurve.me.uk or contact Jenny Maskrey by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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