Werkverantwoordelijke InstallQ

Werkverantwoordelijke InstallQ

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De opleiding Werkverantwoordelijke omvat:

Solar-Allround (1 dag)
Solar-Design (2 dagen)
Solar-Safety (1 dag)
Solar-Projects (1 dag)
Solar-Electrical-1 (1 dag)
Solar-Electrical-2 (1 dag)
Solar-Inspection (1 dag)

Indien je voor beide onderdelen een voldoende haalt ontvang je het diploma en word je geregistreerd in het Centraal Register Techniek en het Solar-Register.

Om deze opleiding succesvol te doorlopen beschik je over elektrotechnische basiskennis (door opleiding of ervaring verkregen). Indien je niet over deze basiskennis beschikt, adviseren wij eerst onze training Electrical-Basics te volgen. Doe de test!

Let op! Het is niet verplicht alle modules te volgen. Mogelijk zijn door opleiding of ervaring bepaalde modules voor jou overbodig. In de pdf’s van de modules tref je informatie over de inhoud van de modules. 

 

Neem contact met ons op, als:

  • je vermoedt dat bepaalde modules voor jou niet nodig zijn vanwege opleiding of ervaring.
  • een datumreeks niet volledig past in je agenda; dan kijken we samen naar andere mogelijkheden.

    Flyers met meer informatie over de modules van Werkverantwoordelijke:
    Solar-Allround
    Solar-Design
    Solar-Safety
    Solar-Projects
    Solar-Electrical I
    Solar-Electrical 2
    Solar-Inspection

Module 1: Solar-Allround

INTRODUCTION TO SOLAR POWER

The Solar-Allround training puts solar power in perspective, and you will learn basic concepts of energy and solar power. You will be able to calulate yields of a solar power system.

Solar-Allround covers:

  • Global and Dutch energy market and the possible role of solar energy
  • Basic concepts: energy, power and electricity
  • Solar power systems: operation, efficiency and yield calculations
  • Business case models for solar power systems
  • Roles in the solar energy market
  • Current indicators

Module 2: Solar-Design

SOLAR POWER SYSTEM DESIGN

From sunlight to grid connection: Solar-Design covers all aspects of designing a solar power system. You will be able to design optimal operating solar power systems, due to gained knowledge of operation of the system’s components. This will enable you to understand functions and results of common solar system design software. Solar-Design is the training for solar power system designers and consultants.

Solar-Design covers:

  • Solar power system performance factors and Performance Ratio
  • Making calculations based on properties of light, solar cells, solar panels, strings, arrays, cabling and inverters
  • Solar array and inverter dimensioning
  • Shading and system design

Module 3: Solar-Safety

Exam

THE TRAINING FOR SOLAR FITTERS!

In Solar-Safety you will learn how to install solar panels well and safely. In advance, you will receive a booklet with clear images explaining the rules on installing and working safely (handy format, also to be used as a reference for the work). Our experienced practical trainers (maximum 6 participants!) will guide you through. Our “checklist instructions & resources” supports you, your company or client to bring quality and safety to a higher level.

Subjects:

  • Working safely with solar panels
  • Mounting of substructures
  • Panel mounting
  • Cabling
  • Connector fitting
  • Protective earthing
  • String plans and labeling
  • Basic knowledge of inverters

During the training you will be tested on the correct execution of the various actions. If you successfully complete the tests, you will receive the Solar-Safety certificate.

Solar-Safety

Module 4: Solar-Projects

Exam

QUALITY ASSURANCE IN SOLAR PROJECTS

At Solar-Projects you will learn to organize your work and to guarantee and record the quality of the installation and your work.

Solar-Projects includes:

  • Basic knowledge of building structures
  • Systems design aspects
  • Organization of safety and work
  • Documentation
  • Administration
Solar-Projects

Module 5: Solar-Electrical I

Exam

PROPERLY CONNECT OF SOLAR POWER SYSTEMS ACCORDING TO NEN1010 AND OTHER APPLICABLE STANDARDS

We take NEN 1010 and related standards and the grid codes as the starting point for connecting a solar power system to the grid.

Solar-Electrical covers:

  • Installing in accordance with NEN 1010 and other applicable standards
  • Connecting DC and AC
  • Distribution boards
  • DC cabling and connectors
  • Earthing
Solar-Electrical I

Module 6: Solar-Electrical II

Exam

ESSENTIAL FOR ELECTRICIANS CONNECTING SOLAR POWER SYSTEMS.

Solar-Electrical II is the continuation of Solar-Electrical I.

Solar-Electrical II covers:

  • Elaborating Solar-Electrical I: electrical properties PV system
  • Suitability of existing distribution boards
  • Cable cross section calculation AC and DC
  • Integration with lightning protection
  • Fire risks
  • Specific applications
  • Common failures
Solar-Electrical II

Module 7: Solar-Inspection

Exam

PRACTICAL INSPECTION AND MEASUREMENT ACCORDING TO STANDARDS

Solar-Inspection is a continuation of Solar-Electrical. You will be taught how to inspect a solar power system according to the Dutch and international standards, and how to locate faults. An elaborated report– to be used in your own projects – is part of the training.

A maximum of 8 participants, which means a lot of personal attention!

Solar-Inspection covers:

  • Inspection standards in daily use
  • Using specialized measurement equipment and interpretation of the results
  • Recording inspection results in a report
Solar-Inspection