Real World Hands On Training
Real World Hands On Training! We are the only school offering a real Department of Education Licensed Diploma in Photovoltaics with 160 hours of proven training, a personal OSHA 30 hour safety certification and a Certified PV Installer Certification that YOU can earn and achieved in one short month!
“Come to USSI For The Finest Professional Grade Solar PV Education In The World”!
Through our Real World Hands On Training in our world class solar education and on the job training programs, we do what others mimic in class like settings by building real world installations and working on real applications. The US Solar Institute is truly the most unique and solar career relevant education available. We are headquartered in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.
Our faculty has spent their lives training for designing, specifying, supervising and building real world construction and solar projects. We understand what communities, employers, business owners, building officials, engineers, and architects demand in this emerging market. We have adapted our curriculum to meet the needs of this emerging industry by providing real world solar applications and solar installations. Find out why employers love a US Solar Institute graduate and earn your Photovoltaic solar certification at USSI. US Solar Institute’s diploma program includes these solar installation courses:
- PV-302: Advanced Off-Grid Installation (being added soon!)
- PV-401: On the Job Training
- OSHA 30 hour Construction Safety
You can read more about Real World Hands On Training at US Solar Institute and everything we offer to students around the world here. We also offer solar continuing education courses for Professional Engineers, Architects, and Contractors. For more information: (877) 769-7657 or (954) 236-4577 or email@example.com
Speak to a Solar Career Counselor for Details!
Learn more about our solar courses and Department of Education licensed program by speaking to a solar career counselor. Find out about:
>Hands-on solar courses
>On-the-job solar training
>What it takes to get a solar job