How long are your courses?
Our introductory course, PV-201: Introduction to PV Design & Installation, and our intermediate course, PV-301: Advanced PV Installation, are 40 hours each (Monday to Friday from 8am to 5pm). The PV-401: On the Job Training course is an internship that is 40 hours and varies from job to job. The 3 courses are part of a diploma program that can take anywhere from 3 weeks to 6 months to complete, depending on your schedule.
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Yes! Our address is 1024 NE 43rd Court in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. We’re 6 miles from Fort Lauderdale Airport and 2.5 miles from the beach. We are open Monday to Friday from 8:00am to 5:00pm.
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The courses are priced as follows:
- PV-201: Introduction to PV Design & Installation – $1,495
- PV-301: Advanced PV Installation – $1,995
- PV-401: Field Training – $1,995
Students who enroll in the diploma program are eligible for discounted pricing.
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We offer optional gourmet meal plans for students that include lunch each day of class. Please call for details (877) 769-7657.
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You will receive a US Solar Institute Certificate of Completion with each level of the program completed. When you have completed and passed all the requirements for the graduate program, you will receive a US Solar Institute Diploma that is licensed by the Florida Department of Education. This is a highly sought after and respected Diploma in the solar market. Read more about our program here.ambien online pharmacy
USSI is a registered NABCEP (North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners) PV Exam Provider, and after completing our PV-201 course you are eligible to take the NABCEP PV Entry Level Exam.
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You do not need experience in solar to take our courses. Most students start in our PV 201: Introduction to PV Design & Installation course. Our courses will cover the basic principles of how solar energy is produced and take you through advanced design and installation concepts and teach you everything you need to be successful in the solar industry.
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We are currently working on developing our online course curriculum, and will have online courses available soon. Please check back on our website frequently for updated information. Or better yet, subscribe to our newsletter for all the latest news from USSI and the solar industry!
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