Green Collar Careers Course Catalog
Developed as eight modules, each module contains ten mini-courses
that take about 15 minutes each to review. At the bottom of each
page is a Search Tool designed to augment any additional subject
learning relevant to that page. Every student comes in with a
different knowledge and interest base, so we encourage students to
explore links to detailed information on the subjects they find most
interesting or valuable.
If you're prospecting for a Green Collar job that requires a
specific skill set, it is advisable to open the most applicable course
and use the Search Tool for relevant information that will provide you
with an edge over other applicants.
100 Series - Provides a basic overview on how to benefit
from this program. Beginning with an introduction to the program
and a high level view of the projected growth in the Green Industries,
the range of career opportunities are discussed along with the options
to explore opening your own ground floor business.
200 Series - Provides an explanation of the key conservation
elements impacting Demand Management. Green Collar job growth
began ramp in Demand Management nearly a decade ago lacking visibility
to the career seeker.
300 Series - Provides a range of renewable energy systems
that are growing at an increasing rate. There is just enough
technical information to give a reasonable understanding of how each
system works, but not so much to be overwhelming. Using the
Search Tools will allow the student to access any detailed information
400 Series - Provides the required components and system
considerations to design a Solar Thermal Collector system for heating
500 Series - Provides the required components and system
considerations to design a Solar Photo Voltaic (PV) system for
electricity generation. Explains the basics for both Grid-Tied
and Battery back up systems and where to get detailed information for
connecting to the local utility.
600 Series - Provides the required components and system
considerations to design a Wind Turbine system for electricity