Newly Accredited Regional Certificates for Resilience and Sustainable Energy provide new opportunities in the Pacific

Tuesday, 27 Mar 2018

Five certificates in resilience and sustainable energy were presented to Pacific Technical and Vocational Education and Training (PacTVET) in a small ceremony in Nadi. The Pacific Community (SPC) through the Educational Quality and Assessment Programme (EQAP) has accredited a total of eight certificates for courses on resilience and sustainable energy. These qualifications are a first for the Pacific and represent a landmark development for education and training opportunities the region.

The courses and training programs for these certifications will be offered by providers throughout region, with support from professional industry groups such as the Sustainable Energy Industry Association of the Pacific Islands (SEIAPI) and the Pacific Regional Federation for Resilience Professionals (PRFRP).  Ongoing industry support will be critical to ensure reviews and updates of the qualifications are ongoing.

 

For more on this story please visit the link below:

http://www.spc.int/blog/newly-accredited-regional-certificates-for-resilience-and-sustainable-energy-provide-new-opportunities-in-the-pacific/

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