PV 301 Advanced Solar PV Training Course

PV 301 Advanced Solar PV Training CoursePV 301 Advanced Solar PV Training Course is a comprehensive and highly advanced 40 hour PV solar electrical power training course. PV 301 takes important subject matter learned in PV 201 and expands the student’s solar educational experience by linking every task to the National Electric Code NEC, International Building and Florida Building Codes – the most comprehensive codes in the world.

PV 301 Advanced Solar PV Training Course is the most comprehensive hands on advanced solar training course on the market. USSI’s PV 301 students learn by building and developing solar electrical producing systems based on real world plans and specifications. This class is perfectly suited for preparing persons for the NABCEP Certified PV Installation Professional exam.

This course is essential to further develop those who work (or plan to) in the solar PV industry as solar and electrical contractors, inspectors, design and consulting engineers, or anyone who truly wants to advance their knowledge and earn their personal certification, solar contractor license or professionals seeking continuing education units (CEU’s) on commercial solar power systems in accordance with both the 2011 through 2017 National Electrical and International Building Codes (IBC).


The prerequisite for this class is our online course, PV201

Since 2008 USSI has trained and prepared several thousand professionals including some of the solar industry’s leading corporations, contractors, engineers, inspectors and marketing leaders. In this Advanced Solar PV Training Course you will:

Why should I take PV 301 Advanced PV Design & Installation?

PV301 is simply the best course on the market for people looking for green careers installing solar power systems. This course truly prepares one for a career in solar by providing real world training in the photovoltaic energy and power industry. In this course, the students actually learn the basics of the solar contracting and solar power installation process.

Students begin by opening a complete set of bid documents, plans and specifications. They next lay out the installation plan in a safe step by step fashion in accordance with the Florida Building Code. The students gain a working understanding of the entire permitting process; plan reviews, notice of commencement, lien law, rough-in inspection, final inspection, commissioning and owner training for several types of working solar installations.

This course is instructed and supported by solar electric education professors, Florida certified solar contractors, building officials, electrical engineers, electricians, electrical contractors, and electrical energy corporate professionals. Anyone who works (or wants to) in the