By Liz Merry
Solar Energy International Instructor
I may have never seen so much sharing and advanced learning taking place as was evidenced in the inaugural flight of Solar Energy International's PV206: Solar Business and Technical Sales online solar training course that ended in November 2010. The course format and varied teaching methods supported a great deal of student sharing and knowledge building. Any doubts I may have had about online learning were dispelled after seeing the education happening in PV206. I look forward to helping lead an even smoother version of the course in 2011. Click here to register for PV206: Solar Business and Techinal Sales Jan. 10
Following are a few of the comments from 2010's inaugural participants as the course came to a close:
Are you interested in the solar business and tech sales training? Click here to register for PV206: Solar Business and Techinal Sales starting Jan. 10.
Liz Merry, M.B.A, is the sole proprietor of Verve Solar Consulting, based in Davis, California. Liz served as the first Executive Director of NorCal Solar, and Marketing Director for the Valley Energy Efficiency Corporation. She has been producing solar industry education products and services since 2001. Since 2006 Liz has been teaching workshops and courses about the solar industry such as "Solar Careers and Business OpportunitiesTM," produced for PG&E, "Solar Industry OrientationTM," produced for UC Berkeley Extension, and the "Solar Industry PrimerTM," taught at Solar Power International in October 2010. In October, Liz edited and co-wrote the "Customer's Guide to Solar Power Purchase Agreements" for the Rahus Institute, which was downloaded more than 150,000 times in its first year of online publication. Along with intense and consistent tracking of all things solar, Liz is an alumna of Solar Energy International and has completed both basic and advanced system design and hands-on lab courses.
Student Reviews for Liz Merry: http://web.me.com/vervesolar/VerveSolar/Student_Reviews.html
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