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Classes begin January 28, 2019

Power52 Energy Institute

Located in Ellicott City

Power52 Energy Institute is the first Clean Energy Private Career School approved by the Maryland Higher Education Commission!

 

Energy Professional Training

Power52’s Energy Professional Training program is accredited by The National Center for Construction, Education & Research (NCCER). Each cohort is eleven (11) weeks with 320 clock-hours of training which includes 225 clock-hours of classroom instruction, OSHA 10, 75 lab hours, and 20 clock-hours of job readiness. The standardized curriculum covers the basic concepts of Solar Photovoltaic (PV) systems and their components. It also explains how PV systems are sized, designed, and installed. Power52 Energy Solutions have been instrumental in overseeing that our training curriculum is aligned to meet workforce needs and the needs of our employment partners. 

All class schedules: Monday - Friday / 9:00 am - 3:30 pm


Information Sessions

Information sessions are held at the Power52 Energy Institute (HoCo) every third Wednesday of the month at 4:30pm (arrive by 4pm).

For more information, contact DeAndre Wiggins at (443) 891-5470.


Training Locations

Power52 Energy Institute

10291 Baltimore National Pike, Ellicott City, MD 21042

Howard County Candidate Requirements:

  • 18 Years of Age

  • High School Diploma / G.E.D

  • Passing T.A.B.E. Assessment

  • Photo ID & Proof of Citizenship (birth certificate / social security card)

  • Maryland Resident

  • Driver's License

  • Reliable Transportation

  • Ability to lift a minimum of 50lbs

to enroll, please contact Deandre wiggins at deandre@power52.org | 410.203.1255

Power52 Energy Institute is funded, in part, by the State of Maryland's EARN Maryland Grant Program, administered by the Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing, and Regulation.

 

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.