Edison, NJ -- (ReleaseWire) -- 04/28/2017 -- ITM Training Center offers in-depth training programs for individuals who are interested in starting a career in the green industry of solar energy. The 300-hour solar training course for NJ residents is the perfect way to jumpstart a new career. With the rapidly decreasing cost to install solar systems, more homeowners than ever are deciding to have solar panels installed to reduce their home's energy costs.
During the course of their training, students will learn the basics of solar energy, including how to calculate magnetic declination, identify factors that would either reduce or enhance solar irradiation, and how to use a solar pathfinder. They will also study the fundamentals of how PV modules function, what the various components are, and how they can be mounted. Another critical component of the course is learning how to size a PV array and estimate the peak power output. Students will also be prepared to troubleshoot problems that may potentially arise with a solar system.
As the PV installation training course offered by ITM Training Center requires no prerequisite classes, anyone is able to take advantage of this opportunity. At the conclusion of the course, students will be eligible to take the NABCEP PV Entry Level Exam, which will earn them a certificate in PV installation. This certificate is recognized on a national level, which increases the credibility of a new solar contractor to homeowners who are in the market for a solar system.
To learn more about this exciting opportunity in a rapidly expanding industry, call 1-866-260-3966 today to speak with a representative.
About ITM Training Center
ITM Training Center is an organization that provides solar training for individuals seeking to advance their careers. All of their training is done in a classroom setting at an approved school in New Jersey. Anyone looking to take their skills in technology to the next level can check out their courses online at http://www.itmsys.com.
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