Skills obtained in this course:

Simulated Work Environment

Benefit from the close and detailed guidance of our trainers in person.


Pair workplace protocols and creative initiative to methodically design and produce various projects.

Install & Configure

Accurately follow the workplace protocol of complex processes.

Problem solving

Apply higher-level order thinking skills to promote workplace initiative and resolution.

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Design and Install of Grid connected Photovoltaic Systems

Course Description
The grid-connect skill set offered by Volt Edge has been designed for licensed electricians who want to obtain accreditation from the Clean Energy Council (CEC).
This will enable them to access incentives offered by the Federal Government for solar panel installations.
The course on offer meets the requirements of the regulating body, the Clean Energy Council, for accreditation.

Course Delivery
This is a 4 day course in a face to face environment.

Training is completed face to face.

24hr access to Volt Edge support network.

View our calender to see which dates suits you.

Units of Competencies
The successful achievement of this course requires you to complete the 3 elective units from the list below. These units form part of
UEE62211 – Advanced Diploma of Electrical – Engineering.
UEE42011 – Certificate IV in Electrical – Photovoltaic systems.

This course will deliver the three units of competency required by the Clean Energy Council for grid-connect accreditation for electricians.
UEENEEK125A – Solve basic problems in photovoltaic energy apparatus and systems.
UEENEEK148A – Install, configure and commission LV grid connected photovoltaic power systems.
UEENEEK135A – Design grid connected photovoltaic power systems.

The course units are those specified by the Clean Energy Council which will enable you to apply for accreditation if you successfully achieve the required competencies.
Please note prerequisites / co-requisites exist for this unit. For more information contact Volt Edge at 1300 761 366.
Students must be a qualified Electrician or Electrical Mechanic.

Upon completion you will be able to apply for accreditation with the Clean Energy Council. Accreditation allows you to:
Use the Clean Energy Council logo on your advertising.
Create STC’s for your customers.
Access feed-in tariffs offered by supply authorities.
Make installation costs lower for your customers.
Follow a recognised code for installation.
Access a restricted technical support website run by CEC.

$2,200 (GST free).