Solar Technical Training

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Oregon  

2014 NEC Changes and Solar PV Systems - March 3, 2017 - Portland, OR: 8a - 5p

  • Instructor: Ryan Bradt
  • Course Description:
    • This course will provide participants with knowledge of the NEC requirements to ensure consistent and uniform installation and inspection methods for Photovoltaic (PV) systems.  The course will be focused on the changes to the 2014 National Electric Code that affect PV system installations.  
  • Continuing Education Credits:
    • This course offers 8 hours of Code Change CEUs with the Oregon BCD and NABCEP CEUs: 6 hours Technical  plus 2 hours technical or 2 hours Non-Technical/Other 
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Washington 

2014 NEC Code Change and Solar PV Systems - March 24, 2017 - Kent, WA: 8a - 5p

  • Instructor: Andy Marks
  • Course Description:
    • The 2014 NEC Code Change and Solar PV Systems course will provide participants with knowledge of the NEC requirements to ensure consistent and uniform installation and inspection methods for Photovoltaic (PV) systems. The course will be focused on the changes to the 2014 National Electrical Code that affect PV system installations. *There will be an Electrical Trainee exam immediately following the course.
  • Continuing Education Credits:
    • The 2014 NEC Code Change and Solar PV Systems course offers 8 hours of Industry Related credits with the WA Dept. of L&I and NABCEP CEUs: 6 hours Technical plus  2 hours technical or 2 hours Non-Technical/Other 
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