Due to COVID-19 and the mandatory stay-at-home order, we are currently not able to provide on-campus, face-to-face wind turbine technician training. However, we have moved our program online.
Our online training offers the same, high-quality training but from the comfort and safety of your own home.
While we hope this class is able to start on-campus, we realize it will likely start online.
All you need is an internet connection and a computer such as a Chromebook or laptop. A tablet with a keyboard might even work.
Once normal operations resume, we will schedule a date for on-campus, face-to-face learning to start. We will provide as much time as possible to allow students to make applicable arrangements to travel to Washington.
We get asked "how to be a wind turbine technician" a lot. Being one takes training and industry certifications.
Wind Turbine Technicians are called upon for a wide range of tasks related to the installation, repair, and maintenance of wind turbines. Tasks typically assigned to wind turbine technicians include:
The Wind Turbine Technician training program at Northwest Renewable Energy Institute focuses on preparing students to accomplish these types of tasks using state of the art safety and technical practices.
Northwest Renewable Energy Institute
2901 E Mill Plain Blvd
Vancouver, WA 98661
Village 57 Apartments
2909 NE 57th Ave.
(360) 694-6958 Business Hours
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