Individual Courses Registration

Individual Courses tailored for individuals that wants to take advantage and be part of both the electrical and solar industry. Please select the checkbox next to the course you have interest in, and register below, or make multiple course(s) selections to combine into a complete course “package” After registration is completed a confirmation and follow up call and email will provide a payment link after registration to direct you to the payment page to complete payment for your course package. Thanks again and congratulations on becoming part of the Solar Industry Future! If you require any additional information, please contact us.

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The Occupational Safety and Health Association outreach training program is OSHA’s way to train workers in the basics of occupational safety and health. The 10-hour OSHA course consist of: Introduction to OSHA, Fall Protection, Electrical Safety, Construction Safety Orientation, Crane Safety, Personal Protective Equipment, Silica Safety for Construction, Stairways and Ladders, Scaffolding Safety, Hand, and Power Tools.

The NCCER Intro to Craft is a core-curriculum prerequisite to all other Level 1 craft curriculum’s. The modules cover topics such as: Basic Safety, Communication Skills, and Introduction to Construction Drawings. Completing this curriculum gives the trainee the basic skills needed for continuing education in any of the craft areas. This book goes over basic job site safety information to prepare workers for the construction environment. Describes the common causes of workplace incidents and accidents and how to avoid them. Introduces common PPE, including equipment required for work at height, and its proper use. Information related to safety in several specific environments, including welding areas and confined spaces, is also provided.

Covers safety rules and regulations for electricians, including precautions for electrical hazards found on the job. This course introduces you to Device Boxes, Hand Bending, Raceways and Fittings, Conductors and Cables, Basic Electrical Construction Drawings, Residential Electrical Services, Electrical Test Equipment, Series, Parallel, Series-Parallel Circuits, Resistive Circuits, Kirchhoff’s voltage and current laws, and circuit analysis. Also, introduces you to the National Electrical Code which will Provide a road map for using the NEC®.

Covers the basic concepts of PV systems and their components, along with site assessment, general sizing, design requirements (i.e. electrical and mechanical), maintenance and troubleshooting. Completion of this module will help prepare trainees for the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP) PV Entry Level Exam.

Explains home or small business customer needs, assess site-specific safety hazards, conduct a site survey, identify locations suitable for PV array, load analysis, energy efficiency recommendations, system components cost estimates. Also explains how to acquire and interpret site solar radiation and temperature data.

Describes system design considerations, including array configurations, component selections, wire sizing, inverter selections and PV system case studies to learn about selecting equipment, system sizing, layout planning, array siting, and other design considerations. This section also includes grounding, bounding, overcurrent protection and disconnects.

Explains how to use the information from the site assessment and system design documents to safely install a photovoltaic array and other system components.

Covers basic system performance monitoring, remote monitoring and troubleshooting procedures, including record-keeping requirements.

Is created to be able to providehands-on experience working with construction equipment, surveying, design, install various racking systems, wiring, install solar PV panels, wiring, commissioning, and troubleshooting.

This course has been created for those ready to take the NABCEP PV Associate Exam, or any entry-level exam in photovoltaics. We will discuss test-taking strategies, review the logistics of NABCEP exams, and use practice questions to prepare you for the test. After NABCEP Prep is completed you can sit for the entry-level solar professional exam, the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP) PV Associate Exam!

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