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Workforce Training & Continuing Education

Solar Photovoltaic Workshops

With our new dedicated classroom and outdoor training yard, we are expanding the hands-on lab activities and workshops to increase skills and qualifications for working in the solar industry.

COMING SOON!

Workshops:                                                    

Solar Design

PV Inspection and Maintenance

More details and dates will be posted soon. 

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Courses - Fall 2020

Course
Title
Prerequisite
Course WTRE 0410
Title COMMERCIAL GRID-TIE PV SYSTEM
Prerequisite
Description

Learn and experience the basic process of designing, installing and commissioning a commerical grid-tied PV system. Online coursework is 4 hours and you can enroll until Dec. 1, 2020.

Then, register seperately for the hands-on lab activity, WTRE 0411 listed below, to be held the 3rd Saturday of each month through Dec. 12, 2020. 

Section List

WTRE 0410-001
CRN: 47168
Course Type: Online
Dates: Oct. 1 - Dec. 12
Credits/Contact Hours: 4
Campus: SLCC Online
Amount: $50
Call 801-957-5200 to register
Course WTRE 0411
Title COMMERCIAL GRID-TIE PV SYSTEM Installation Lab
Prerequisite WTRE 0410
Description This is the hands-on lab portion of the Commercial Installation Workshop. Complete both to earn the certificate and 8-hours of DOPL and NABCEP continuing education hours.

Section List

WTRE 0411 -001
CRN: 47169
Course Type: Lab
Dates: Oct. 17
Days: Saturday
Time: 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Credits/Contact Hours: 4
Campus: Westpointe Center
Amount: $125
Call 801-957-5200 to register
WTRE 0411-002
CRN: 47170
Course Type: Lab
Dates: Nov. 21
Days: Saturday
Time: 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Credits/Contact Hours: 4
Campus: Westpointe Center
Amount: $125
Call 801-957-5200 to register
WTRE 0411-003
CRN: 47171
Course Type: Lab
Dates: Dec. 12
Days: Saturday
Time: 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Credits/Contact Hours: 4
Campus: Westpointe Center
Amount: $125
Call 801-957-5200 to register

FAQs

Certification offers the public a high degree of protection because practitioners have to voluntarily meet standards and qualifications and pass an exam.

Promotes consumer confidence and differentiates the certificate holder from competitors
Validates extra resources spent on training and gaining experience
Allows for installer mobility as the market moves from state to state

Yes, workshops have been approved through NABCEP to provide CEU credits for both PVIP and PVS certification holders. Check each course for the specific credits to earn.

Also approved through UTAH DOPL for re-licensing credits for both Electricians and Contractors.