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Training

TRAINING

The challenges

Skills transfer is crucial to the emergence of local operators and ensures the sustainability of the installations.

Training is one of the keys to the sustainability of projects. Without skills transfer, upkeep and maintenance of the power generation and water installations cannot be guaranteed.

The solutions

1Training future installation managers

Before the project starts, the project team in charge identifies, with the help of the community, who will be trained in caring for and maintaining the installations. These are often technicians who have some basic electrical knowledge.

2Relying on local artisans

Wherever possible, we carry out the work with local electricians. We train them in photovoltaic energy, allowing them to diversify their knowledge.

3Organising on the job training

The implementation of access to electricity or water facilities can also take place as on the job training. We then supervise a team of young apprentice electricians and perform the work together. At the end, students receive an Electriciens sans frontières certificate that confirms their participation in the project.

4Training, even in emergencies

As in our development projects, we take time in emergencies to train our local partners in the use and maintenance of the equipment at their disposal. In the Philippines, the arrival of our teams in a new town began systematically by meeting the village “captain” to identify, together with villagers, the points that would be supplied with electricity by us and those that would be the responsibility of the community. A team of volunteers was designated to participate in the work and people were identified to be trained in the management and maintenance of the equipment.

5Making the general population aware of electrical hazards and energy savings

The construction of an electrical installation in a village is accompanied by an information meeting with residents to ensure their safety and to ensure efficient and economical use of the facilities.

Laos
Ventiane: Faculty of Pharmacy
Senegal
Keur Meïssa Gaye: Power for the school and the mill
Togo
Kpele Tutu: Light and water for the development of the district
Guinea
Labé: Ensuring the safety of the hospital’s electricity supply
Burkina Faso
Saran: Water and electricity for the health centre
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