GREEN Solar Academy Botswana is now accredited with the Botswana Qualifications Authority

  • GREEN Solar Academy Botswana is now accredited with the Botswana Qualifications Authority (BQA), which is great news for those seeking funding from the government to upskill staff in renewable energy.

The GREEN Solar Academy PTY Ltd. is an independent training provider and a spin-off of the maxx-solar academy. Our academies follow the German DGS SolarSchool approach and all academies and courses are accredited by the German Solar Energy Society (DGS).

GREEN stands for Global Renewable Energy & Efficiency Network as our goal is not only to provide training but to build up a network of PV installers all over Africa. GREEN is the link between manufacturers, wholesalers, associations and PV installers, our alumni.

Core services are:

  • Global Renewable Energy & Efficiency Network
  • Photovoltaic training courses in our academies
  • In-house and customised photovoltaic training courses
  • Solar training consultancy (training programme development, training of trainers, curriculum and Teacher Training and Learning Materials* development)
  • Project management

The GREENSolar Academy offers a full range of courses that can get you on the right path in the solar industry. Image credit: GREENSolar Academy

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Meet trainer Moses Dube

Moses Dube – GREENSolar Academy qualified solar PV trainer. Image credit: GREENSolar Academy

Moses Dube is the director of Shane’D Electrical Engineers, which specialize in Solar Installations and Design in Botswana. Moses trained and graduated as an Electrical and Electronics technician in 2004 and went on to work in the electrical field for more than 15 years. He attended GREEN’s SuperSolarSchool in 2021, and decided he wanted to operate a solar academy in Botswana. He completed GREEN’s Trainining of Trainer programme and is now managing the GREEN Solar Academy in Botswana.

Author: Bryan Groenendaal

 

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