Commercial Solar Training

Training for installers by installers.

Commercial Solar Install training

Key learning areas:

  • Safe Work Method Statements (SWM’s)
  • OH&S
  • AC work inverter and grid protection
  • Solar panel layout
  • Material handling on site
  • RACI ( responsible, accountable, consulted and informed)
  • Stakeholder interaction
  • Managing staff on site
  • Correct procedures when dealing with materials and components
  • Cable, conduit and cable tray setting out
  • Cable bending radiuses
  • Rubbish removal logistics
  • Injection testing
  • Commissioning and inspection

Training for installers by installers

Greenwood Solutions have found that many installers need to enter the commercial solar sphere to remain viable but are ill-equipped to do so effectively.

The similarities between domestic and commercial solar, both in regards to installation and selling, are obvious but the differences not necessarily so. For example, the size of commercial systems involves a certain complexity, scale and understanding that isn’t immediately apparent unless one has had previous experience with these systems before. Not having the experience and confidence creates a situation where the installer can get into a bit of trouble with jobs of this magnitude.

This comprehensive full-day course covers how to install and project manage a commercial installation from start to finish and outlines the processes involved in a large-scale job. 92% of previous customers highly recommend our training services and 82% said they would be confident to install and project manage a commercial site straight away after attending the event.

Tickets starting from $200 for a full day of training, morning tea and hot cafe lunch.

Melbourne Training

limited spots available

Brisbane Training

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Why Attend This Event

Making the Move From Domestic to Commercial Installs

This course is essentially a step by step guide that covers how to install and project manage a commercial installation from start to finish, without requiring any previous experience in the commercial sphere.

The training is perfect for installers that are currently doing domestic installs but want to make the move to large-scale jobs to remain competitive and progress their career.

Improve Your Current Work Flow

Had previous experience sub-contracting commercial jobs but want to take control of your own projects? Gain experience from industry professionals that have years of hands-on experience in installing and managing commercial solar projects.

For installers that have already entered the commercial sphere, this course can help to outline the key processes required for a commercial job and helps one to overcome costly mistakes to make the commercial projects more financially viable.

Build Important Business Relationships

Connect with our wealth of experience and existing suite of products and services to build confidence, support, loyalty and forge ongoing relationships.

What’s Included

  • A full-day class with professional speakers that have years of experience in the industry
  • Question and answer sessions
  • 40 CPD points
  • High-quality morning tea and hot cafe lunch
  • An essential takeaway guide that contains important reference material to execute skills learnt

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 7 reviews

Thanks for the very informative Commercial Training day in Brisbane.I highly recommend it to all the installers up here in Queensland.Keep up the great work at Greenwood Solutions!

Veli rocks

Veli is awesome and the course was great

Well worth it

I found the course very informative and well worth attending. Having been out of the solar industry for a couple of years this course was exactly what I needed to refresh my knowledge and teach me new information both technically and practically.

Attended because we had our first commercial job coming up. Enjoyed the course and the takeaway guide to use on site was extremely helpful!

Solar Training

Enjoyed the day. Focused more on the smaller detail which kept things interesting.

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