Our classes focus on solar, batteries, and electric code with an industry perspective. We teach to solar installers, engineers, architects, and inquisitive minds.
Need to get certified but can't afford training? Our low subscription pricing starts at $10/month.
Take the program at your own pace, but interact with the instructor in real time. Stay for the community interaction.
Stick around after class. Our content and community are designed to build and advance your solar career.
Architects and Engineers take our programs for state education requirements, but we are also a NABCEP continuing education provider, and distribute PV Associate and PV Installer programs as well. NABCEP offers a PV Associate certificate for new market entrants, which any member of the public may qualify for through registering for the 40 hour training program. Other options available too.
We provide cutting edge, constantly updated program content. Our core program focuses on solar and battery project decision making for projects from $10k-$10MM in value. We have separate content for entry level labor, and even add manufacturer training if it meets our educational standards and makes sense to do so (i.e. drone training with Scanifly).
Use the Discord desktop or mobile application. Perfect for students on the go, or wanting to cast to the big screen. Chat in real time with the instructor. Voice or text.
We collect and read the program reviews from each audience member, and use the feedback to improve and update the course. Here are some reviews from NABCEP solar installers.
John has tremendous knowledge on so many subjects in the solar industry. It was nice to hear different installation techniques as well as learn about the different technologies that we will providing to customers in the near future. Highly recommend listening through the 30-hour program, you will certainly become a better installer and obtain more knowledge to share with your teams
I was very satisfied with the course overall. I have been in the solar industry for over 12-years and I still picked up quite a bit from the classes.
I found the seminars helpful and covered the basics of solar design and good practices for the Solar industry. The battery component was one of the best I have seen.