GWO Modules


GWO training courses, which are accredited, allow delegates to qualify for essential safety standards from the Global Wind Organization, which allow you to work in the wind energy industry and around wind turbines with the necessary knowledge to avoid injuries.

This safety standard was developed by the members of the GWO in recognition of the need for industry-wide basic safety training, and to ensure that the wind industry safety training delivered by different accredited providers is of a comparable standard of competency and proficiency.

Providers are audited in depth and together, the GWO training they deliver is part of a platform of safety across the industry that helps to improve health and safety on work sites.

For those working in the industry, GWO certification is proof of a certain level of skills and knowledge, and demonstrates the individual’s ability to identify any risks to human safety and to take the necessary action to safeguard human life.

In 2019 Complete Training Solutions were the largest ‘single site’ provider of GWO courses in the world!

GWO Working at Height and Manual Handling

Whether you’re working alone or as part of a team, this course covers everything you need to know to stay safe whilst working at height.  

GWO Fire Safety

Cover the techniques and procedures needed in emergency situations dealing with fires.

GWO Manual Handling

Learn the importance of following procedure and regulations whilst working in hazardous environments within the renewable energy industry.

GWO First Aid

You’ll need a basic level of knowledge in First Aid to prepare you for emergency situations. Everyone is expected to hold a valid, in date GWO First Aid Certificate.

Due a refresher? No problem! A refresher is to be completed every two years for an individual’s certification to remain valid. Individuals can choose to complete one of the four refresher modules, or if they require all four modules, these are included within the GWO Basic Safety Training Package refresher.

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