The clean energy transition is happening and it’s happening fast. To lead as a clean energy superpower, Australia requires qualified workers, with the right skills and knowledge. The Clean Energy Council’s online courses are for anyone who’s wondered how they can join the clean energy revolution, or for anyone already working in the industry who wants to expand their knowledge.
Upon completion, students earn an industry recognised micro-credential in the form of a digital badge that can be shared on social media and digital CVs.
Create a professional development account, choose your course, and start learning. It’s that easy.
For businesses and industry bodies, these introductory courses are perfect for onboarding new hires or developing your employee’s industry knowledge. These courses will provide your employees with organisational context and keep them up to date on the latest developments in our fast-moving industry. Thus, they will be better positioned to consider their role in your organisation’s strategic future and will be able to work more effectively. Contact [email protected] if you are interested in purchasing multiple courses.
For individuals, Learning Hub is an excellent way to learn more about the renewable energy industry. Whether you are looking to start a career in clean energy or enhance your skills to take the next step in your career journey, Learning Hub can provide you with the knowledge you need to play a role in Australia’s clean energy transition.
The Clean Energy Council Industry Education Framework explains how digital badges work within our education offerings.
Learning Hub is a platform for e-learning courses which have been designed by the Clean Energy Council in response to industry demand.
Over time, the platform will host a range of foundational courses about the industry and the issues driving it, as well as skills and professional development modules covering everything from large-scale wind farms to domestic rooftop solar PV systems.
Please note: The digital badge credentials earned on this learning platform are a unique training outcome and do not contribute to Continuous Professional Development (CPD) points for accredited installers or designers.