2 DAY SOLAR PV PRACTICAL COURSE
• Covering system design and installation principles
• Learn what to look for when doing PV installations
• Reduce your risk as a contractor
• Increase your profit as an EPC
Course fee only R1800 p/person
Includes training materials and lunch. Course valued at R3000
This course covers installation principles and system design from a practical point of view.
See what to look out for when doing PV installations in order to reduce your risk as a contractor & increase your profit as an EPC.
The course consists of the following modules:
- The sun as a resource
- PV Technology
- Cable calculations
- Earthing and SPD’s
- Combiner boxes
- Mounting structures
- Energy efficiency & demand assessment
- Design of grid tie systems
Our training material covers products available locally and explores the effect of local conditions on solar PV. Learn about and use the various parameters to design and calculate panels, fuse sizes and batteries.
Safety: Indemnity forms might need to be completed in some classes, there may be physical testing of systems in which case safety gloves & or goggles will prevent accidental contact & reduce risks associated with physical activity.
The course duration is 2 days and an admission fee of R1800.00 is payable before the commencement of the course and limited to 20 people per class.
The course includes training materials and lunch.
10 to 11 September
31 Oct to 1 November
The course starts at 08:30 to 17:00
Ellies Training Centre
Cnr. of Eloff ext. and Inglestone rd.
Our Course Presenter
As former Ombudsman for the Sustainable Energy Society of SA, Carel Ballack was responsible for identifying possible issues in solar installations and developing training materials for the solar sector, having trained over 1500 entrepreneurs to date.
Currently a consultant for the Copper Development Association Africa overseeing the water and electrical industry locally, along with being involved with the development of local PV standards and focussing on the local solar PV commercial, agricultural and residential sectors from a training and standards point of view.