Solar PV Bootcamp

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Solar PV Bootcamp

Time: September 19, 2011 at 8am to September 23, 2011 at 5pm
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Website or Map: http://www.everblue.edu/solar…
Phone: 800-460-2575
Event Type: training
Organized By: Everblue
Latest Activity: Sep 7, 2011

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This Everblue 40 hour Solar PV Bootcamp training course will prepare you to take the NABCEP Entry Level Certificate of Knowledge Exam and will provide students with the knowledge necessary to get started in the solar industry. This course is designed for those individuals wanting to get into the fastest growing form of power generation in the world - solar power.
Passing the NABCEP PV Entry Level Certificate of Knowledge Exam is a way for candidates to demonstrate that they have achieved a basic knowledge of the fundamental principles of the application, design, installation and operation of grid-tied and stand-alone PV systems. View available course locations here.
http://www.everblue.edu/solar-training-and-nabcep-exam-prep-bootcamp

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