Work on wind turbines

Get the answers to the questions that spark your interest

This meeting is for you, if...

You are on the fence and need more information about work on wind turbines, from preparation to employment

You can’t find answers to the following questions:

  • How do you start?
  • Which competencies need to be gained?
  • How should a CV be written?
  • What background will be beneficial? 

and others.

You want to get reliable information from a trusted source, from experienced practitioners

until the next meeting


Who we are and why we have taken it up to us to answer your questions

Trainees do the task of working at heights

Training center IQTC

IQTC has been training personnel to work on wind turbines for about 10 years, and since 2018 it has been a certified GWO professional training provider in Latvia. The instructors of the training centre are not just prepared trainers but practitioners—active technicians with extensive experience in wind farms, both onshore and offshore.

More about us… 

Baltic dia Company

The human resources company Baltic DIA focuses on recruiting candidates for wind energy projects across Europe. The company’s experts have a good understanding of the specifics of working with various market operators and the requirements for employees, so they can analyse and qualitatively assess the capabilities and prospects of each individual candidate in a particular project.

More about us… 

What will we discuss?

  • Specifics of work at the WTG.
  • Work organisation: provision, schedules, pay.
  • What specialities are needed?
  • Certification requirements basic, optional.
  • What are GWOs (Global Wind Organisation)? Why are they? Alternatives.
  • The GWO core courses. Duration, validity of certifications, goals and objectives. Structure of the training courses.
  • Guide to the courses, demonstration of the main locations and equipment for practical training.
  • How much experience can I start with? Where to get experience?
  • Age: explicit and implicit restrictions for different specialities.
  • What can an aspiring professional expect?
  • Where to start: monitoring job vacancies, drawing up a CV, checklist of required courses, taking courses, completing CVs, applying.
  • What to check with an employer before signing a job contract?

And of course, you will have the possibility to ask our experts your own questions. 

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Events calendar

1st of March,

2nd of March,

Place of meeting

Kauguru iela 6, Ríga, LV-1046, Hall ‘Training center IQTC’  

Application form

GWO Training framework

Training duration and certificates validity

how to make a CV

A guide to creating a CV for jobs in the wind energy industry