The Grid Connect is a 5 day course (by NECA) consisting of both theory and practical components. Successful completion of this course will allow application to the Clean Energy Council for a provisional Grid Connected Solar PV installers accreditation. Days 1 and 2 consist of Theory with a few small practicals to break up the theory and test application. Days 3, 4 and 5 consist mainly of practical exercises with a small amount of theory to reinforce the practical exercises.
This course provides training for electricians to gain the required skills to install Grid Connected PV Solar systems. Successful completion of the course meets the Clean Energy Council (CEC) UEE11 Accreditation pathway (UEERE4001) and will entitle licensed electricians to apply for the C.E.C; Install of Grid Connected PV Systems (www.cleanenergycouncil.org.au) accredtitation. The course is delivered through face to face practical and theory workshops. Competency is granted when all components of the course have been completed satisfactorily.
John Higginbotham - NECA
8am - 4pm. Morning tea and lunch provided
NECA Training Centre Carlton
1024 Lygon St, Carlton North, VIC 3054
Course runs over 5 days:
Fri, 7th -
Sun, 9th February 2020
Fri, 14th - Sat, 15th February 2020
Fri 20th -
Sun, 22nd March 2020
Fri, 27th - Sat, 28th March 2020
Fri, 1st -
Sun, 3rd May 2020
Fri, 8th - Sat, 9th May 2020
Fri, 12th -
Sun, 14th June 2020
Fri, 19th - Sat, 20th June 2020
This course runs over five days and will provide you with the necessary qualifications to apply for accreditation from the Clean Energy Council for the Grid Connect PV Systems accreditation.
This course includes the following unit competencies:
Which covers design briefs, incorporating schemes for protection of persons and property from dangers of system malfunction, ensuring other safety and performance standards and functional requirements are met and documenting design calculations and criteria. The skills and knowledge required to complete the installation, adjustment and set-up of photovoltaic (PV) power systems and connecting to a supply grid inverter. It encompasses working safely and to installation standards, matching components with that specified for a given location, placing and securing system components accurately, making required circuit connections and completing the necessary installation documentation. And then provide them with the ability to find solutions to predictable problems in photovoltaic energy apparatus and systems operated at extra low voltage and low voltage.
For more information on how to apply for your accreditation and costs associated
check out Clean Energy Council
Electrician (supervised) Worker’s Licence
Statement of Attainment which includes the following units:
and one of the following
You must have permanent residency in Victoria and be one of the following:
NECA Education & Careers reserves the right to refuse entry to a course if you do not meet the selection criteria.
Middy's will register your interest for this course with our Partner trainer as a preliminary registration. The Partner trainer will then contact you directly to complete your registration and organise payment.