Course NumberNABCEP-PK
PDH Hours12

NABCEP PV Associate Training Package

NABCEP PV Associate PackageComplete Package for only $850
Regularly $1,450 – Save $600

This package meets the training requirements necessary to sit for the NABCEP PV Associate certification exam.

We developed our NABCEP PV Associate Training package to provide everything you need to become a NABCEP certified PV Associate. The 12 hours of online courses give you a foundational understanding of solar energy principles and important solar design concepts. Once you complete the training package, you will be able to sit for the NABCEP PV Associate Certification exam. Students who pass the exam will receive the coveted NABCEP PV Associate certification.

Our NABCEP PV Associate Training Package includes:

  • 12 hours of online courses
  • Certificates of completion for each course (these also count towards PE continuing education)
  • Payment for the NABCEP exam
  • Interaction with instructor via optional live chat
  • Instructor-led exam review


This complete training package includes the following 12 hours of online courses.

EE-02-450 Design Your Solar Roof – 4 PDH
This recorded webinar is an introduction to solar design that places you behind the desk of a professional solar installer. Learn installation and design tips while learning how to design and specify rooftop solar projects of any size. This class covers fundamentals of solar project design, including array layout, performance estimating, shade analysis, interconnection strategy, battery sizing, and load control.

EE-02-452 – Residential Solar Batteries – 2 PDH
In this recorded webinar, you will be introduced to residential battery inverter systems with an emphasis on grid-connected systems like the ever famous Tesla Powerwall. You will learn how smart technology building fundamentals improve home and business within the context of code, health, safety, and welfare. We teach techniques to apply this knowledge to design a local electricity controller to understand how electrical control systems can shape a local electric grid.

EE-02-461 – NEC Fundamentals for Solar – 4 PDH
This recorded webinar is written to introduce building professionals and engineers to the early sections of National Electric Code. It covers common faults, workmanship best practices, clearance spaces, grounding, and basic electric components discussed in Articles 100-400 of NEC. Solar and battery projects are used throughout class as examples, but this course focuses on the introductory requirements of NEC for those projects.

EE-02-460 NEC for Onsite Energy – 2 PDH
This recorded webinar reviews sections of NEC specific to onsite solar and batteries, including NEC 2020 updates on rapid shutdown and batteries. This class is perfect for improving onsite electrical knowledge of solar or batteries to improve project planning, technical proficiency, or industry certification. The most popular items of National Electric Code as related to solar design and batteries are discussed, with similarities and differences between residential and commercial project requirements.