SolarPV course increases understanding for non-installers

Logic Certification, renewable energy, Solar PV

Training organisation Logic Certification has launched a solar-PV designer course in response to growing demand from potential customers for solarPV but without the necessary experience to undertake the practical training. The course has been created for those requiring a fuller understanding of PV configuration and is intended for anyone involved in designing or managing solar-PV systems for others to install.

Potential candidates include electricians who want to expand their knowledge and skills, perhaps with a view to training in the full technology at some stage, designers, site managers and surveyors who will be involved in the PV supply chain but without actually carrying out system installation.

Candidates must have electrical knowledge but do not need experience in testing and inspection.

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