Canada to Invest $200,000 In Energy Efficiency Training for Canadians

The Government of Canada is focused on clean energy future to strengthen the economy, a perfect vitality future with investments in Energy Efficiency Training’s for Canadians to reinforce the economy, make great white collar class occupations and bolster the regular asset areas. This will be a higher priority than any time in recent memory as we revive the economy and plan our recuperation from the COVID-19 emergency.

Canada’s Minister of Natural Resources Honorable Seamus O’Regan,, today reported over $200,000 to put resources into e-training open doors for Canadians in in the energy efficiency sector , which will set them up for employments in this developing field.

While Major Funding received by Carleton University’s Sustainable Energy Research Center of Approximately $126,765 for creating training hub to work with the energy efficiency sector that will promote skills training and help Canadians better understand how to transition into the in-demand energy efficiency workforce. It will also create an inventory of existing energy efficiency programs and certifications to inform Canadians of training options and identify gaps in knowledge that will enable the development of future courses

Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Institute of Canada (HRAI), and  Canadian Institute for Energy Training (CIET)   will also receive $50,000 and $48,000 respectively for two e-training initiatives that will provide virtual training to Canadians at a discounted rate during the COVID-19 pandemic.

As we reopen the economy, these initiatives will support Canada’s future energy efficiency needs through targeted training of professionals in this emerging field, helping them develop a strong foundation for long-term workforce readiness. These projects will also help improve the energy efficiency of homes, buildings and industrial sectors by ensuring Canadians have the skills to install and maintain energy-efficient equipment, processes and systems.

The government fo Canada remains committed to building a clean energy future that will not only support our natural resource sectors through this tough economic time but also grow the economy and create good, middle-class jobs while protecting the environment.

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