Leading clean energy vocational training provider, CleanEdison, offers a turnkey solution to colleges who wish to offer job-skills training courses.
February 18, 2014 (Newswire.com) - As rapidly expanding industries like manufacturing and solar energy create major demand for skilled workers, community colleges and for-profit institutions across the country are looking to provide curricula that get their students job-ready. Adding vocational training to the course syllabus is a challenging process for any learning center whose educational offerings have historically been more academic. This is why CleanEdison is ramping up its School as a Service (SAAS) model as a turnkey solution that allows schools to streamline the integration of skills-based coursework and tap into new revenue streams.
The nation's leading clean tech vocational training provider, CleanEdison is expert in job skills education and the infrastructure that surrounds it, from marketing and recruiting to curriculum development and job placement. CleanEdison now offers these services as an easy-to-deploy package, branded under the partner school's name and identity. Offering a branded website, faculty training, grant writing, job placement, marketing, metrics reporting, online curriculum development, operational logistics, recruitment and technical support, the SAAS approach is a painless, cost effective way for education providers to start offering some of the most valuable trainings and certifications in the modern marketplace.
CleanEdison has prepared over 15,000 students and 3,000 small businesses with specialties in areas such as NABCEP certification for solar panel installation, BPI certification for energy auditing, LEED accreditation, OSHA training, engineering, welding, and more. Now, SAAS partnerships between CleanEdison and its partner colleges gives those schools access to CleanEdison's reputable course offerings and the support to see successful implementation in the classroom and beyond.
To learn more about CleanEdison's School as a Service, visit: http://www.cleanedison.com/school-as-a-service/.