NASSAU BAHAMAS, FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA – US Solar Institute and Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute will offer an Entry to Intermediate Level Solar Design and Installation courses starting on July 26 – 30, at Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute at the Nassau, Bahamas campus. The 40 hour Entry Level Solar Design and Installation course PV-201 provides students with basic knowledge of solar photovoltaic (PV) cells, modules, and system components; electrical circuits; PV system design, estimation, and code requirements; solar electric products and applications; an understanding of energy conversion from sunlight to electricity, and how to work with solar conversion equipment. The course is designed for all learners.
The course follows the Institute for Sustainable Power Quality® (ISPQ) standards and the NABCEP® photovoltaic learning objectives and task analysis. The course focuses on real-world, site-specific knowledge. Hands-on training covers site surveys; mechanical and electrical design, installation for both Grid Tied and Off Grid systems, safety and construction issues; tool and test equipment use; best-practice construction skills; national code and local inspection issues.
The 40 hour course consists of five days of training, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. each day, and qualifies those who complete the course to sit for the NABCEP PV Entry Level Exam, given on Friday evening at the conclusion of the class. Tuition for the training is $1,995.
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