Solar Field Day in Massachusetts - Monday, May 4th
Fred will be doing a tour of several solar projects in Massachusetts on Monday, May 4th. Students enrolled in this course will be eligible to participate for free. If it rains May 4th, the tour will take place on Tuesday, May 5th.
Everything You Need To Know
We packed this course with detailed information that will enable you to begin designing and installing solar systems.
Pass the NABCEP Entry Level Exam
NABCEP has two exams. This is the first one. It's a difficult test, and the credential is recognized throughout the industry. The more advanced certification is available to those who spend several years in the industry. This course is approved for 18 of your required advanced hours when you get to that point.
Flexible Exam Scheduling
After you complete the course, you may schedule your exam by submitting a request and paying the $100 exam fee (which is not included in the course price). Since the clock doesn't start running until you pay the additional fee, there's no rush. You can schedule whenever you feel adequately prepared and have a convenient time available.
Self-Paced Online Course
This course is self-paced and entirely online. The lecture videos and other materials are available any time, and the instructor responds to student questions through a discussion board. In order to participate, you will need an Internet connection and an up-to-date web browser.
Ayuda En Español
Este curso está en inglés. Pero si entiendes el inglés bastante bien y solamente necesitas un poco de ayuda, podemos ayudarte por correo electrónico (o por teléfono si puedes llamar a los Estado Unidos) con traducción básica, comprensión, u otras cosas. Si tienes más preguntas sobre este servicio, manda un mensaje a firstname.lastname@example.org.
NABCEP & PV Business Training, Wind Sun Institute
Fred has been teaching NABCEP students since 2008. At Massasoit College Fred introduced the PV course, wrote the curriculum, and taught the first PV classes. As a Solar practitioner, Fred’s PV projects include high school, residential, commercial, and church projects. Systems include: roof-mount, ground-mount and pole-mounted PV systems - with and without equinox...[more]