QET delivers training in
Photo Voltaic Grid Connect, Design and Install
UEENEEK125A (UEERE0022) Solve basic problems in photovoltaic energy apparatus and systems.
UEENEEK135A (UEERE0011) Design grid connected photovoltaic power supply systems.
UEENEEK148A (UEERE0016) Install, configure and commission LV grid connected photovoltaic power systems.
Course Material: QET has produced a comprehensive Learning Guide to assist you through the Australian New Zealand Standards. The learning guide takes you step by step through the design, install and fault finding of PV systems.
The Practical component includes fitting of Solar Panels, fitting of inverters, fitting isolators and then cabling and commissioning including parametisation of inverters.
In accordance with the competency assessment guidelines and will assess your ability to design a grid solar system.
In accordance with the competency assessment guidelines and will assess your ability to install solar panels and inverter energy system.
You will be required to install solar panels, inverter, protection, cabling, and earthing in accordance with Australian/ NZ Standards framework.
|Location:||13 Leven Street Coopers Plains QLD|
|Class Size:||Maximum 6 students|
|Cost with CSQ Funding:||$347 for Design & Install for CSQ Eligible Participants|
|$862 for Design Only for CSQ Eligible Participants|
|Date:||24th-27th August (Full) 1st-4th November (Full) 6th-9th December (4 days)|
|Still interested:||Please contact Chris or Lisa, preferably by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or see contact details. A deposit will secure your place in this course (refer to page 5 of the Student handbook in the footer with regard to QET's refund policy). If you are interested in on-site delivery, please email us to discuss facilities and costs.|
I am often asked by non-electricians if they can attend only the design component of this course. This is not possible as the course integrates all three competencies. This works well for delivery and the students enjoy it. I would still welcome you on to the course; however, you will need to attend the full four days. I think you will enjoy being involved in the course in its entirety. We encourage discussions and I'm sure your involvement in the industry will add to the experience. You can join in with the prac, it will only be when the electricians have to glove up and perform electrical work that you would be asked to take a step back.
How long does it take?
The course runs for four days, at the end of which, if you are successful in the exam, you will be issued a Statement of Attainment in the competencies above. This Statement of Attainment is recognised by the CEC, and along with a Working at Heights Statement of Attainment, Electrical Licence and Insurance will qualify you for your Provisional Installer Licence.
How to apply for your CEC licence after completing the training course:
STEP 1: Online Assessments
- Grid-connect Assessment - Fundamental Theory
- Grid-connect - Design Theory
- Grid-connect - Design Scenario
STEP 2: Complete Practical Assessment
- Chose the most appropriate practical assessment pack that suits your job.
- Install System and complete all parts of the assessment document.
STEP 3: Complete Upgrade Application and Submit Practical Assessment
If you are unable to complete the assessments in the outlined time frame of 3 months, CEC can allow an installer to request extensions, but this comes at a cost of $110.00 per month incl GST for a maximum of 3 months. CEC recommend that this is completed in 3 months or sooner.