Solar Pipeline Training
The ICC 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.
or low out of pocket cost
Qualified applicants may have tuition and fees paid for while earning a credential. At the end of the program, participants will have received the education, experience, and connections with local employers to dive into a new career.
What Will I Learn in the Solar Pipeline Training?
Job readiness skills (four weeks):
- Job Readiness Skills (four weeks):
- 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
What Are the Benefits of Solar Pipeline Training?
- Field Trips
- Hands-On Solar Projects
- Industry Speakers
- Networking/Career Events
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
- Referred to program through Tri-County Urban League or Driver’s license
- Complete application to ICC
Credentials through The North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP) Photovoltaic Associate Certification.
Earn and Learn
Phone: (309) 690-6865