Noltrix Training Academy
Theoretical And Practical Training Information
Standard Duration for official SAPVIA PV GreenCard Course: 4 days Theoretical + 1 day Practical
What is included:
- Theoretical and Practical aspects as per SAPVIA Guidelines.
- Basics on how solar works, components, system layouts and installation theory.
- Practical installation day where you mount solar panels on a training roof, including cabling and commissioning.
- On site training if we have an active site nearby during training week.
- Planning and sizing exercises along with real case studies, project management and legal aspects of solar PV.
- Drinks, Snacks and Lunch included.
- Completion certificate will be issued.
- Course material will be supplied.
Requirements: Electrical background or knowledge of basic electricity recommended but not required. Maths skills on matric level and basic understanding of English are recommended to be able to follow the course.
Training Location: 121 Melt Marais St, Annlin, Pretoria View map
Start Time: Monday 9AM of training week
What to bring with: Basic Calculator
Final Assesment And Certificate
Assesment: To get the PV Green Card certificate the applicants will be required to do the final assessment at one of the SAPVIA endorsed assessment centres.
Noltrix Training Centre
Noltrix Training Centre is designed to accommodate up to 16 persons for a full engaging and interactive experience between trainees and the host. Participants work through multiple examples and because of the small group each training session can be adapted so that no person gets left behind. After each day a Q&A session is held to discuss anything related to the day’s topic. We share installation techniques as well as do’s and don’ts from past experience in the solar industry.
Come see our new dedicated training centre
400m² Training Facility with 150m² Practical Training Area
What Is PV GreenCard
The PV GreenCard has been developed to promote safe and high-quality Solar PV installations. The PV GreenCard Programme focuses on education, skills development, and training to build installer capacity as well as improve standards development and compliance in line with international best practice in association with SAPVIA (South African Photovoltaic Industry Association).
PV GreenCard Report
The PV GreenCard is an as built report for the Solar PV system owner and a checklist for the installer which qualified installers provide to their clients on the completion of a project. The PV GreenCard contains details of the installation such as, what sort of PV modules and PV inverters were used, as well a checklist of all of the necessary installation steps that were completed.
Benefits Of PV GreenCard
The installer is able to use the PV GreenCard to declare compliance with relevant standards as well as safety guidelines for PV installation. This will provide investor confidence, commitment from participating industry players and empowerment of the Solar PV system owner. Only SAPVIA-certified installers are allowed to issue the PV GreenCard to their clients.