WCCAE / Solar PV /Beginning & Advanced (NABCEP CEUs)

Organized/Hosted by: 
Herzfeld / West Contra Costa Adult Education - CTE
Event Date(s): 
Saturday, January 21, 2017

Location:

WCCAE
Richmond
California
United States
Price: 
$90

Professional Development in Solar Technology Workshop Series

Join us for a workshop Professional Development in Solar Technology, an informative workshop series that will provide the information you need to design your career in the solar industry. If you are looking for a new career or continuing your education, plan on enrolling.

Clean energy such as solar power is expected to be a key piece of the growing "green economy," and jobs in solar power show great potential for new employment opportunities. Jobs are expected to grow in all the major sectors of the solar power industry: manufacturing, project development, construction, operation and maintenance, and installation. This growth in the solar power industry is evidenced by the rapid increase in solar capacity over the past several years, leading to the increased the demand for skilled workers. Jobs in this industry are located in many states and cover a wide variety of occupations, many of which start on the rooftop.

SOLAR TECHNOLOGY: SOLAR JOBS, ENERGY, POWER, AND SAFETY    

This course covers the following aspects of solar jobs within the solar industry: installation of photovoltaic (PV) systems and introduction to residential, commercial and utility scale use. Student will learn calculations for residential and commercial systems. Calculator is recommended. Class is being taught by Martin Herzfeld, Interstate Renewable Energy Council (IREC) Certified Master Trainer™ for Photovolatics (PV) Installation Professional - one of the master trainers in California.

For More Information

Phone: 
510-231-1453

Training Information

Instructor/Presenter: 
Martin Herzfeld, IREC Certified Master Trainer for PV Installation Professional
Course Instructor Credentials: 
ISPQ Independent Master Trainer Certification
UL-Certified PV System Installer
Course Hours Count Toward: 
NABCEP Continuing Education PV Installer Recertification
OSHA Construction Safety Training