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Training moves up a gear

The expectations for continued growth of the wind industry brings sustained challenges at many levels. One of these is finding the best way of expanding the wind workforce while maintaining safety and training levels, something that can be achieved with the right training and support. 

Demand for wind turbine technicians is predicted to grow over the next five years, due to the very rapid growth in onshore and offshore wind farms, as well as the need for older wind farms to be replaced or refurbished, as they come to the end of their working lives. 

According to the Global Wind Organisation (GWO), global onshore and offshore wind capacity is set to grow by 67% from 837GW in 2021 to 1,394GW in 2026, and a skilled workforce is needed to install and maintain this fleet safely and efficiently.

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