Targeted training can help business to beat rising energy and production costs
Business and training organisations were invited during November to participate in the Energy Efficiency Training Program
, which is part of the NSW Energy Efficiency Strategy
Up to $100,000 will be provided for projects which tailor energy efficiency training to specific company needs or create industry-specific courses for trades and professionals.
A low carbon economy demands new skills, and targeted training can help business to beat rising energy and production costs, save power, improve sustainability and gain a competitive advantage.
Workers who understand how to manage and reduce carbon emissions and to use energy more efficiently will help their business to save power, lower resource costs and improve sustainability.
The program is run by the Department of Environment, Climate Change and Water NSW (DECCW) and the NSW Department of Education and Training.
Visit DECCW's supporting green jobs for the future web pages for more information.