40 HOUR ADVANCED SOLAR ELECTRIC TRAINING COURSE – MEETS NABCEP NEW 2012 EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
If you are new to the industry and have not had any previous training, ONTILTY has combined two courses into a single package for one low price.
Online Solar Fundamentals is included FREE when you register for Solar Electric Training.
If you have already taken introductory courses, have had manufacturer training, or have passed the NABCEP Entry Level PV Exam, you may only need the 40 hours on advanced topics required for NABCEP PV Installer certification.
NABCEP PV Installer certification requirements have changed. As of January 2012, all candidates must complete 58 hours of PV training. Forty of those hours must address advanced topics based on the NABCEP PV JTA.
ONTILITY Solar Electric Training is a professional PV installer training course designed to help you qualify to take the NABCEP PV Installer Certification Exam and prepare you to enter the Solar Energy workforce and become a member of the rapidly growing Solar Energy Industry, one of the fastest growing industries in America.
ONTILITY's highly qualified professional solar instructors are NABCEP Certified Installers, field experienced solar designers and consultants and ISPQ Certified Solar Instructors. The course will cover a wide range of topics and present industry standard PV system design and installation best practices during this very intensive five day class. As a motivated participant you will have the opportunity to gain valuable industry knowledge. You will be prepared to join the Solar Industry as a:
NABCEP Certified PV Installer
Solar Business Owner
Solar PV Project Manager
Solar PV System Designer
This ONTILITY Advanced Solar Electric Training course will cover many advanced PV technology and installation topics such as:
For those with significant solar industry or electrical experience there is no prerequisite coursework. If you are new to solar, you will be required to complete ONTILITY S105, Solar Electric Training Online, and achieve a passing score on the final exam for that course. Completion of coursework from other training providers or a passing score on the NABCEP Entry Level PV Exam may be substituted for S105.
It is expected that students will attend scheduled classes regularly and on time. If an absence occurs, it is the responsibility of the student to make up all missed work. Students, who must withdraw from a class, will receive credit for work completed and may complete the course at a later date with instructor approval. Attendance will be tracked and maintained for various reporting purposes.
The curriculum for this course is based on the NABCEP Solar PV Installer Job Task Analysis. In keeping with industry standards for training accreditation, students are encouraged to provide informal feedback throughout the course. A survey is distributed to students on the last day of class whereby students are asked to evaluate the class and the instructor. This feedback is used to create an on-going professional development plan for instructors and to inform course improvements.
This institution complies with Section 504 and the Americans with Disabilities Act. Students with disabilities who seek accommodations must make their requests knows when registering for a course or workshop. If a disability is identified after class has begun, a non-retroactive accommodation plan will be developed.