Design and Install Grid Connected Photovoltaic Systems
The grid-connect skill set offered by Volt Edge has been designed for licensed electricians (or those holding the pre-requisite units) who want to obtain accreditation from the Clean Energy Council (CEC). This will enable eligible applicants to access incentives offered by the Federal Government for solar panel installations.
Conduct Site Surveys:
Safe work practices, Site inspection processes and procedures, Service provider responsibilities, Consulting with qualified people to assess client energy demand requirements, assessing grid-connected equipment options to meet client requirements and site conditions, Provision to give advice to clients on battery storage standards, codes of practices, government/utilities incentive schemes, and information related to the installation of a grid-connected photovoltaic and battery storage systems.
For Licenced Electricians or Electrical Engineers with responsibility for designing grid-connected photovoltaic power supply systems. Designing grid-connected PV power supply system, following design briefs, utilising data/information from site survey to determine design requirements, ensuring safety and performance standards and functional requirements are met, documenting and obtaining approval for design, Install and commission photovoltaic (PV) power conversion equipment (PCE) to grid, Installing components in accordance with design, Placing and securing system components accurately, Making required circuit connections, testing and commissioning the installation and completing the necessary installation documentation.
Install – To grid and equipment:
Licence or permit to practice is required to carry out electrical installations, which are designed to operate at voltages greater than 50 volt (V) alternating current (a.c.) or 120 V direct current (d.c.), Install and commission a photovoltaic (PV) power system to power conversion equipment (PCE), Matching PV components specified for a given location, placing and securing system components accurately, making required circuit connections and completing the necessary installation documentation.
Brisbane – Delivered 4 days over Live Web Zoom and 1 day you will attend Northgate for your practical.
Melbourne – Delivered over 5 days completely face to face.
WA, SA, NSW, NT, TAS – If you are unable to attend either of these locations you can attend training 5 days over Live Web (from the comfort of your home) and complete your install on the job.
Practical component – As a student enrolled into the Solar Grid Connect Course you are required to complete practical components of installing Photovoltaic systems.
To achieve this requirement, you need to select one of the following options:
- Attending a Volt Edge Training Facility to complete the practical day.
- Complete onsite (at your workplace) installs observed and confirmed by a CEC Accredited Installer.
Live Web requirements are:
- Computer or laptop
- Steady internet connection
- Webcam – must remain active throughout course
- Microsoft Word
- Use 2 monitors when attending live web courses. 2 monitors are recommended to ensure your access and view to the course material is streamlined, and your interaction throughout the course is optimal
- You can use a desktop computer or laptop to do your course work and 2 screens are highly recommended
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