The course includes 32 hours of classroom training and 16 hours of hands-on laboratory installation of solar hot water systems. They earned 4.8 continuing education units and are now eligible to test for NABCEP certification.
“We are pleased that we were able to partner with Wood Air Conditioning for this training. Not only have these employees gained valuable skills that will help their business, but this also expands the options available to our local consumers,” Kevin Rose, NTCC Dean of Business, Technology and Continuing Education, said.
Wood Air Conditioning plans to add installation of solar hot water systems, solar home heating and swimming pool heating systems to their services. Call them at 903-572-8549 for more information.
To learn more about other solar and alternative energy course offerings at NTCC, please contact Jim Wylie at 903-434-8314.