Solar Professionals Installation Training

Become part of the Solar Energy Workforce!
Solar

The UAF Bristol Bay Campus Sustainable Energy program is sponsoring a Solar Professionals Installation Training May 6 to 13in Dillingham.

Students will spend 8 straight days learning the fundamental, practical science behind solar electric systems and installation methods through both coursework and hands-on experience. Following the initial class, students will apply their knowledge through direct installation of a new, grid-tied, solar electric array on the Bristol Bay Campus. 

Students will earn credit toward a Solar Professional Installer Certificate, a nationally-recognized certificate from the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners. Students can also receive two University of Alaska Fairbanks college credits at no extra cost by completing this course (this is a $540 value). These credits will count toward the Sustainable Energy Occupational Endorsement Certificate.

Out of town students are eligible for FREE housing, they just need to notify the instructor by filling out the housing stipend form. However, in order to receive this benefit they must be willing to share a room with another student. Housing is limited to 7 rooms and 14 students total. Please secure your spot immediately by filling out the housing stipend form. Students will need to arrive in Dillingham on May 5th and depart May 14th.

Once students get to Dillingham, they will be required to fill out a risk waiver form. In addtion, please review the insurance brochure.



How to register:

  1. Review the details for the training
  2. Fill out the student questionnaire
  3. Fill out the registration formfor UAF credit
  4. Fill out the housing stipend form
  5. Make your payment *NECESSARY to reserve your seat for the training*

Please email your completed questionnaire and housing stipend form to esgoddard01@alaska.edu.


If you have any questions, please contact:

Eric Goddard

Assistant Professor

Sustainable Energy / Environmental Studies