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The cost for the NABCEP board approved and ISPQ Accredited solar electric installation training course , including all five days of class is $1395.00. ....All registration fees must be paid in advance to reserve your seat .
Note: Completion of this 40 Hour solar training course will satisfy the training requirements to apply for the Louisiana Solar Equipment License and the educational requirements for Category 'B' of NABCEP's Solar PV Installer Certification.
This ISPQ Accredited and NABCEP board approved Solar Installer Training course teaches the NABCEP Entry Level Photovoltaic (PV)learning objectives and includes 40 hours of professional instruction and hands on training presented in five days of sessions, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. each day along with 8 hrs of home study.
Note: Upon successful completion of this 40 hour course, students are eligible to take the NABCEP® Entry Level PV Exam. The exam is administered at the more than 200 Pearson VUE testing centers throughout the U.S. and Canada. For complete information, visit the Pearson VUE website.
The cost for the solar electric installation training course , including all five days of class is $1395.00. ....All registration fees must be paid in advance to reserve your seat .
See full ISPQ Accredited solar installer training schedule for Louisiana and Texas at this link :
In July of 2009 New Orleans based ADVEN, LLC, LA CleanTech's original solar installer training provider since June 2008, merged with ONTILITY,LLC.
Through their industry-leading Powered by ONTILITY© Platform, ONTILITY offers end-to-end renewable, efficient and sustainable eco solutions, services, training, support, and technologies as well as the distribution of renewable, smart, efficient and sustainable eco-products.
LA CleanTech Launches Solar Hot Water Installer TrainingThis ISPQ Accredited Solar Hot Water Installer training course will be a five day class. The class will be held at Jefferson Technical College Campus in Metairie.
This five day - 40 hour ISPQ Accredited solar installer training course will teach the NABCEP Entry Level PV Learning Objectives ...CLICK HERE...to read the Learning Objectives and will prepare students for the NABCEP Entry Level PV Exam given at the end of the course.
Upon the completion of the 48 hour solar installer training course all students will be able to apply for the NABCEP Entry Level Exam ...CLICK HERE...to learn about the NABCEP Exam All students must be present for a minimum of 40 hours of class time to sit for the Exam NABCEP...CLICK HERE...to read more about NABCEP .
The 48 hours of solar installer training will take place five consecutive days. Each class will include a combination of lectures, hands on solar training as well as on-the-job solar training and 2 hours of home study each night for four nights during the five day class.
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