23 May 2011
Mage Solar Academy is adding a PV 101-Entry Level class from 13 to 17 June at its training centre in Dublin, Georgia, in order to help qualified NABCEP Installer Exam candidates meet the cut-off date for the application.
NABCEP requirements demand completion of at least 40 hours of training in addition to the installation of two PV-systems prior to applying for the installer exam. Since the application package is due 71 days before the actual test date on 24 September, Mage Solar Academy is incorporating an additional PV 101-Entry Level class into its course schedule.
Originally more of a voluntary certification of excellence in the PV-field, NABCEP certification is becoming a clear trend as the industry expands at a rapid pace. Many government contracts now require NABCEP certification in order to be eligible for bidding and receiving incentive money and other areas are following suit fast.
The Mage Solar Academy features a host of cutting-edge equipment that will excellently prepare students to master the latest technologies utilizing industry leading brands. Practical training units can be deployed indoors, independent from the weather, or outdoors, at MSA's training park in Dublin, Georgia. All course material is based on NABCEP Learning Outcomes.
Students who sign up before 1 June will receive a $50 tuition rebate. A free scientific calculator, along with a Digital Multimeter is included in the price.