Grid Connect PV Installer Accreditation

Duration

5 days - 8.00am to 5.00pm

Schedule

Please call our friendly team on 55648554 for full details on the course cost and how to book your place

Sherwood Park Training Facility

25-26 September & 3-5 October

Remote Location

Ceramet Solar Farm, Bridgewater

7-8 & 11-13 September, 2017

NOTE: You must complete a compulsary pre-training review before attending class

Prerequisites

Work Safely at Heights

From 1 July 2014, as part of the accreditation documentation process, the Clean Energy Council (CEC) will require Work Safely at Heights certification.

Enrolment Requirements:

- You must complete a compulsary pre-training review before attending class.

Prior to your enrolment a pre-training review will be conducted with you to confirm that the course you are seeking to enrol into meets your individual needs. The link will be emailed to you upon your booking. Failure to complete the pre-training review before class will incur a $20 administration fee for a booking cancellation or transfer.

- You must have a Unique Student Identifier number to enrol

- Photo identification (including your date of birth) must be provided at the training

If you wish to be eligible for CEC Accreditation, you must hold a current Unrestricted Electrical Licence.

What You Learn

 Skills and knowledge to competently install and maintain a grid-connect PV system.

What You Get

Upon successful completion, you will be eligible to apply for Clean Energy Council (CEC) Accreditation. This is usually required for all governement rebates and connection to the electrical grid.

You’ll also receive credit and certification for the following accredited units from UEE42011 - Certificate IV in Electrical Photovoltaic Systems:

UEENEEK125A - Solve basic problems in photovoltaic energy apparatus and systems

UEENEEK148A - Install, configure and commission grid connected photovoltaic power systems

Materials to Bring

For the practical training, you are required to supply your trade tools and appropriate personal protective equipment for outdoor work.

Photo identification (including your date of birth).

Pen and notepaper.

Dress Code

Attire appropriate to working in a trade environment.

Description

Working towards Clean Energy Council (CEC) Accreditation

Designed for electricians who want to learn how to install a grid-connect PV system.

Content

Education Pathway Officers who can help you with information sessions, fee payment options, TAFE and university pathways, career pathways and campus tours

  • Electrical theory associated with PV Installation
  • Components of a PV system
  • CEC installation and commissioning including explanation of guidelines
  • Practical installation of full size working systems
  • OHS issues associated with PV installations
  • Australian Standards required Documentation associated with PV Systems including auditing requirements, customer manuals and CEC Accreditation

How to book your place

Please call our friendly team on 55648554 for full details on the course cost and how to book your place

Pre-training Review - you must complete a compulsary pre-training review before attending class.

Prior to your enrolment a pre-training review will be conducted with you to confirm that the course you are seeking to enrol into meets your individual needs. The link will be emailed to you upon your booking. Failure to complete will incur a $20 administration fee for a booking cancellation or transfer.

Accreditation

Upon successful completion, you will be eligible to apply for Clean Energy Council (CEC) Accreditation. This is usually required for all governement rebates and connection to the electrical grid.

You’ll also receive credit and certification for the following accredited units from UEE42011 - Certificate IV in Electrical Photovoltaic Systems:

UEENEEK125A - Solve basic problems in photovoltaic energy apparatus and systems

UEENEEK148A - Install, configure and commission grid connected photovoltaic power systems

Student Support

At South West TAFE we’re here to help you complete your studies happily and successfully.

From the moment you start thinking about course options until you finish, you’ll have access to a range of student support options, covering enrolment, education, social and personal issues, including:

  • Education Pathway Officers who can help you with information sessions, fee payment options, TAFE and university pathways, career pathways and campus tours

  • A DHHS registered Disability Support Team
  • Koorie Liaison Officer
  • Student Wellbeing Officer supporting your personal and social needs
  • Library and Research Centre
  • Bookshop supplying a range of textbooks and stationery
  • Student Learning Support including literacy and numeracy

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