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Continuing Education program to train in green technology

January 6, 2011 No Comments

San Diego Continuing Education is launching a program designed to help train people in green technology.

The effort, funded through the state’s Clean Energy Workforce Training Program, will be offered at the STAR Center in the San Diego Community College District’s Educational Cultural Complex in Mountain View.

Continuing Education is positioned to assist the region in becoming a leader in the state — and the nation — in energy conservation and sustainability training, Continuing Education President Anthony Beebe said. “Adding green technology to our short-term job training programs makes sense.”

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