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To receive the PV System Installer Certification, an individual must pass one exam. The exam is intended to measure the necessary competencies for a qualified electrical professional with OSHA 30-hour safety training for construction and several years of hands-on experience in the field. Hands-on experience or equivalent knowledge including installing, building, repairing, troubleshooting, diagnosing, verifying and performing tasks involved in electrical work either residential or commercial.
The NJATC on behalf of the IBEW and NECA and in partnership with Underwriter's Laboratories (UL) Knowledge Services, is administering a certification exam for a Journey-Level WorkerWireman and Apprentices (in their last year of Apprenticeship) to demonstrate his or her proficiency in the field of Photovoltaics.
These certification exams can be locally hosted by JATCs and AJATCs. Successful candidates have been posted to the NJATC's website and are awarded a credential by UL.
IMPORTANT: To search for a successful candidate, please select LAST NAME or TEST LOCATION from the drop down menu and hit enter once you have inserted your search term.