Solar Pipeline Training

ICC’s Solar Pipeline Training Program prepares individuals for solar entry-level positions. Students gain the fundamental knowledge and hands-on experience necessary to analyze, design, sell, and install photovoltaic systems.

You Will Learn:

  • Job Readiness Skills (Four weeks):
    • Communication
    • Critical Thinking
    • Financial Literacy
    • Resume Writing
    • Interviewing Skills
  • Technical Solar Training (Five weeks):
    • Introduction to Electricity
    • Photovoltaic Basics
    • OSHA 10-Hour General Construction Certification
    • Conducting Site Surveys
    • NEC Codes
    • System Troubleshooting
    • Solar Design


  • Field Trips
  • Hands-On Solar Projects
  • Industry Speakers
  • Networking/Career Events

Credentials through The North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP) Photovoltaic Associate Certification.

Earn and Learn Program Opportunities

Program Type

Work Readiness Program

  • Entry level OSHA certification
  • Paid to attend training
  • Opportunity to test for industry certification
  • Exposure to multiple career fields
  • Training from industry professionals
  • Career placement support upon graduation from the program

Program Requirements

  • Referred to program through Tri-County Urban League or Driver’s license
  • Complete application to ICC


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