Power52’s Energy Professional Training Program
Power52’s Energy Professional Training program is in the Accreditation candidate phase with The National Center for Construction, Education & Research (NCCER) and is forecasted for full accreditation in June 2017. The sixteen-week pilot session began in January 2017 and includes 225 hours of classroom instruction (Core Curriculum - 80 hrs. & Solar PV - 145 hrs.), 75 hours of labs (including OSHA-10), 20 hours of job readiness, and an additional four weeks of payed, supervised, on the job training. Students successfully completing the required instructional and lab hours of the course and passing all module exams will sit for the North American Board of Certified Energy Professionals (NABCEP) Entry Level Associates Exam administered by Power52. Once all requirements have been met, students will receive NCCER Credentials, Power52 Certificate, OSHA-10 Certificate, and Entry on the NABCEP Associate Credential directory.
Power52 will provide training for other energy sector skills. This includes energy efficiency, LED lighting, smart building capabilities, power delivery and scheduling, and microgrid and battery storage.
Power52 graduates will perform the ongoing O&M (Operation and Maintenance) tasks as well as the power delivery components, also for the term of the contracts.