Case Studies:

If you are using E-Learning for training in the Renewable Energy Sector, please tell us all about it. Please address the headings, and add your logo and 2 images.

Global Sustainable Energy Solutions Pty Ltd. GSES_logo.png
Date of activities described in case study (current, 2010 etc)
Current and ongoing.
Identified renewable energy sector (wind, solar etc)
Solar (Photovoltaics)
Location (virtual and physical)
GSES uses online training modules that can be completed by students in their own time and space, as well as a physical practical component, exam, and design task completed at home
What was the relevance to developing workforce capacity and capability in the renewable energy sector?
GSES offers training for students to enable them to be eligible to apply for Clean Energy Council accreditation, as well as professional development in sector relevant topics. These courses equip for designing and installing in the solar sector, as well as offering up to date and sector relevant information.
What E-learning strategies were used?:
Who were the target learners?
Any formal evaluation results:
Online course material encompassing entire course. Each chapter has relevant examples, quizzes and assessable questions as students work through the content.
Electricians or those with electrical engineering backgrounds
Completing the units of competency means that students are eligible for CEC accreditation.
Benefits and Beneficiaries
E-learning has given GSES an insight into the knowledge that electricians bring to the PV industry, allowing more meaningful communication with industry operators. In turn, our students are provided with the information they require to become confident representatives of the renewable energy sector.
Quotation from a stakeholder in our operation that illustrates your good practice achievement
“DKSH are grateful for the support and contributions from GSES. The always thoughtful and concise information they provide us and the industry are of great benefit in raising the bar and helping acheive best practice across the solar industry.” David Faux - DKSH

eWorks Skills Victoria Project 2011:

1. Dual-Trade Training for Regional Australia - RMIT University in consultation with industry has identified a need for training in industrial instrumentation and control. A blended delivery model is to be used utilising two-way video conferencing, on-site delivery and assessment. See

2. Global Green Electricians Training at RMIT -

3. RMIT e-Learning project 2008 - Making Victorian electricians even brighter sparks -;ID=bhb704avle16;STATUS=A

4. RMIT Learning Management System - Blackboard Version 9.1 Rollout -;ID=rb2er63u88kw