As the renewable energy market continues to change and grow, we pride ourselves in staying ahead of the latest developments. Whether you are an electrician, plumber, roofer, developer or sales professional, you can select the perfect training courses for you and your team from a full range of renewable energy technologies.
We believe in the value of hands-on teaching, and our courses include as much practical teaching as possible. All of our trainers are certified installers of renewable energy systems. Our solar PV training course is structured to allow you, as a new entrant into the solar industry, to become a competent and confident installer and enter an exciting growing market with the required skills.
After successfully completing this training you will have the skills to install solar PV Panels. This course is suitable for any person who wants to become a solar panel installer, allowing you to partner with local electricians to install solar systems.
- Mechanical only installation of
- Solar panel framing, fittings and fixtures
- Solar panels installation
- Roof penetrations and water proofing
- Understanding balance of system components
Why take our Mechanical Fitting Training?
This one-day course will provide you with the foundation knowledge from which you can then build solar panel installation into your core business offering.
Our Solar install training course will provide you with a solid grounding in solar technology, the terminology associated with the industry, what makes up solar installation, and the key benefits of solar technology.
This course is ideal for anyone wishing to install renewable energy, specifically solar panels. It is intended for new entrants to the renewable energy / solar market and as such there are no entry requirements other than Working at Heights certification.
This course is classroom-based at our specialist renewable energy training centre where you will also be able gain first-hand experience installing solar panels on a real roof, within our centre! You will also be able to see both AC and DC solar systems in action.