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Entry Level Solar Heating Training and Examination

This training is for individuals wanting to enter the solar field. This workshop does not certify individuals to install systems.

What
When Feb 20, 2013
from 08:00 AM to 05:00 PM
Where Chemeketa Center for Business & Industry 626 High St NE Salem OR 97301
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Pre Registration is required. Seating is limited!

Chmeketa Community College Center for Business and Industry

This training is for individuals wanting to enter the solar field. This workshop does not certify individuals to install systems.

32 Hour Workshop Objectives:
Conducting a site analysis, including load analysis Identifying solar heating safety practices, standards, codes and
certification Identifying systems for specific climates and applications Identifying proper operation and installation methods for domestic water Heating, pool heating and space heating Identifying proper use of balance-of-system components and materials such as controllers, tanks, pumps, valves and piping Identifying common solar heating maintenance items
Entry level candidates solve generic, basic problems applicable to commonly installed solar heating systems in North America using schematics, pictures and graphics to demonstrate fundamental solar heating knowledge.
Upon completion, participants will sit for the NABCEP Solar Heating Entry Level Examination. Candidates receiving a passing score of 65% or higher will receive a letter signed by the Chairperson of NABCEP’s Board and a suitable-for-framing document listing the candidate’s name, date and NABCEP identification number.
Plumbing CEU's available.

TO PRE REGISTER AND
FOR MORE INFORMATION
CONTACT:
Lori McCauley
503-316-3239
Lori.McCauley@chemeketa.edu

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