Are you a NABCEP Certified professional? I am excited to introduce a new tool to help you sort through NABCEP’s new requirements for recertification continuing education (CEU hours), then see your course options to fulfill those training requirements.

3 Step Tool

To use this tool start here and follow the 3 steps:

  1. Select a NABCEP Certification or credential
  2. Review its NABCEP Advanced PV Training requirements
  3. View corresponding courses approved for those hours

As you are probably aware, NABCEP has recently updated their continuing education CEU requirements as well as unveiled new PV Certification credentials.

Continuing education requirements have now increased to 30 Advanced PV Training hours every 3 years for all NABCEP Certifications (previously 18 hours). Additional requirements are different for each NABCEP credential, so start here to see exactly what your CEU requirements are. Subcategory requirements include NEC Hours, JTA Hours, RE Elective Hours and Building or Fire Code Hours.

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NABCEP Certifications

Advanced NABCEP Certifications now include the following:

NABCEP also continues to offer a starting point for new PV professionals with the NABCEP PV Associate Credential.

NABCEP is considered the gold standard for solar certifications and credentials. HeatSpring is proud to be an Accredited NABCEP Provider of Continuing Education and also a NABCEP PV Associate Provider.

If you are not yet a NABCEP Certified professional, you can also use our new tool to see the NABCEP Advanced PV Training requirements which will need to be fulfilled in order to sit for the various NABCEP PV Certification exams as well as the NABCEP PV Associate exam.

NABCEP Certified professionals stand out in the industry as high quality, educated, credentialed individuals. Credentials also help you stand out with employers and customers in the marketplace. Many manufacturers as well as state and local licensing agencies require some level of NABCEP credential.