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Teledata Level 1

                   Course Code E006

A 40-hour course covering the proper installation techniques for twisted-pair, coax and fiber optic cable and connectors. The course is a 75% hands-on training using the most used manufacturer products. The course introduces the student to the components that make-up a LAN (Local Area Network) consisting of Data and Telecommunications systems.

The level I course covers the theory and the actual installation of a complete cabling system. The course also covers the certifying and trouble shooting of the system. Students are trained to use testers, scanners, tone generators and fiber optic wave meters to complete the systems. 



teledata level 2

PV Level l

PV Level 1

Photovoltaic Class is a 40 to 60 hour course with not only the theory but it includes a hands-on complete system installation. This will qualify you take the NABC EP entry level exam. The PV training will include theory, NEC requirements, OSHA’s requirements, and hands-on training with the most up to date components. The hands-on training modules will include four typical installations. 

  • System #1: This system is a permanent grid tie installation with battery back-up for specific loads demonstrating the use of single string inverters. 
  • System #2: This system is designed for classroom use to explore the relationship between crystalline solar panels and micro-inverters. 
  • System #3: A pole mounted grid tied installation. 
  • System # 4: Mock roof mounting installation.




Rigging and Signaling training is now required for anyone performing these task. We are currently developing training to meet these needs. You will need to show proof of these qualifications on the jobsite. Please sign up early so we may notify you of upcoming classes.

EVITP Level 1

What is the Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Training Program (EVITP)?

The Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Training Program (EVITP) has been established to provide the Electric Vehicle Transportation sector of the electrical industry, and all stakeholders, a structured platform to facilitate training and certification for the installation of Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) across Residential and Commercial/Public markets.

EVITP has created a national training and certification program that provides the EV industry with the highest level of verifiable knowledge and technical understanding to support the sound, safe and successful growth of the EV market. EVITP’s training content will incorporate and reflect the requirements, high standards and concerns of industry partners and stakeholders.

Training Content

• EV prospect/customer relations and customer experience

• Automobile manufacturer’s charging performance integrity specifications

• EV battery types, specifications, and charging characteristics

• Utility interconnect policies and requirements

• Utility grid stress precautions including Demand Response integration technologies

• The role of electrical storage devices as charging intermediaries

• Installing, commissioning and maintaining electric storage devices

• Charging station fundamentals

• Service level assessments and upgrade implementation

• Integration of EV infrastructure with distributed generation

• Understanding Internet Protocol (IP) networking of charging stations

• National Electrical Code (NEC) standards and requirements

• National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 70E, and OSHA regulations

• National Electrical Installation Standards (NEIS) for EV Equipment

• First Responder safety and fire hazard measures


CPR / First Aid

This course teaches basic CPR/first aid and has been officially accepted by the US Department of Labor – OSHA. This course covers the essential steps of CPR and basic first aid procedures.



OSHA 10                                                                      

This 10-hour course covers an Introduction to OSHA Standards, OSHA Act/General Duty Clause 5(a)(1), Subpart C, General Safety and Health Provisions, Competent Person..

Subparts M: Fall Protection

Subpart X: Stairways and Ladders

Subpart L: Scaffolding

Subpart P: Excavations and Confined Spaces

Subpart I: Tools – Hand and Power

Subpart K: Electrical

Subpart F: Fire Protection and Prevention

Subpart J: Welding and Cutting

Subpart E: Personal Protective Equipment

Subpart H & N: Materials Handling, Storage, Usage, Use, and Disposal; and Cranes, Derricks, Hoists, Elevators, and Conveyors

Subpart D: Occupational and Environmental Controls/ Hazard Communications

Hazard Communications