NOTE: All solar training classes below are approved for the advanced training required to become a nationally certified NABCEP Installation Professional.
Broken into 6 and 12-hour classes for your convenience, take any of these courses to meet recertification requirements, or all the courses to meet the required 40-hours of advanced training for certification. Prerequisite: Completion of PV201 Online, or equivalent accredited solar PV foundation course.
PV221 (A & B): PV Systems & the NEC
Two courses, PV221-70(A) and PV221-70(B) cover the 2017 NEC code articles pertaining to (A) PV circuit conductor requirements, and (B) equipment and interconnection requirements. Each class provides 6 credit hours. Purchase separately. See More
PV222: Interactive Solar PV Configuration
This course teaches physical, mechanical and electrical aspects of interactive PV system configuration and design. It covers residential and commercial systems for ground and roof mounts with micro-inverters and string inverters - with and without PV optimizers. NABCEP approved for 6 NEC hours & 6 Technical Design hours. See More
PV223: PV Maintenance and Troubleshooting
This course teaches maintenance and troubleshooting requirements for residential, commercial and battery backup PV systems. It covers PV system component failure modes and the equipment necessary to test for failure and the prevention of failures. NABCEP approved for 6 Technical Design hours for PV Installer Professional Certification and recertification. See More
PV224: Energy Storage PV System Configuration
Not many courses delve into battery systems because they're complex and can be difficult to design - but this course does. You'll be able to design and install reliable off-grid or hybrid PV systems when you complete this course. NABCEP approved for 12 credits for PV Installer Professional Certification and recertification. See More
PV403: Inspecting Solar PV Systems
This course is written specifically for all who currently, or are planning to inspect PV systems for code compliance. Course material spans both the 2014 and 2017 NEC with the differences in each manual highlighted. This course consists of three audio and text presentations, with PDF copies for permanent download. See More