The Singapore Workforce Skills Qualifications (WSQ) system is a national framework developed by the Singapore Workforce Development Agency (WDA) and the industries for adult workers to increase their competency and add value to the industries by taking up continuing education and training modules. WSQ caters to adult workers and aims to make skills upgrading accessible to the workforce as well as assist them in the advancement and development of their career. SEAS is accredited by the Singapore Workforce Development Agency (WDA) to conduct two WSQ modules, "Perform Design and Installation of Photovoltaic Systems" and "Perform Maintenance of Photovoltaic Systems". SEAS will be offering these two modules as a single programme, with WDA funding available, and the candidate will only need to take integrated assessment to achieve 2 Statement of Attainment (SOAs).
Objective of module
On completion of this unit, learners will have the basic knowledge and ability
Assumed Skills and Knowledge
WSQ Perform Design and Installation of PV Systems
|WSQ Perform Maintenance of PV Systems|
|1. Develop PV system designs 1.1 Determine PV system sitting.1.2 Design PV systems according to client’s requirements.1.3 Select PV system equipment.1.4 Prepare drawings for PV installation. 2. Plan the installation of PV systems 2.1 Check work site for hazards before work commences.2.2 Select and use appropriate access equipment.2.3 Apply safe practices for working on PV equipment.2.4 Isolate and restart system safely. 3. Install and commission PV systems 3.1 Prepare tools and equipment for installing and commissioning PV system.3.2 Install supporting racks and PV array.3.3 Wire and terminate PV modules to associated equipment.3.4 Inspect, test and commission the completed installation.3.5 Prepare testing and commissioning reports according to organisational requirements.||1. Prepare for Maintenance of PV systems1.1 Use appropriate personal protective equipment.1.2 Check work site for hazards before work commences.1.3 Select appropriate access equipment.1.4 Take precautions against shock hazards when working on PV systems in daylight conditions.1.5 Isolate and restart system safely. 2. Plan the maintenance of PV systems2.1 Determine the types of PV systems to be maintained.2.2 Interpret technical particulars of the system components and characteristics.2.3 Plan the maintenance tasks for the identified PV systems 3. Perform maintenance works on PV systems3.1 Conduct visual inspections for physical damage or deterioration of all system components3.2 Carry out cleaning of PV modules.3.3 Shutdown and isolate PV system from mains and restart PV system.3.4 Complete general inspection and maintenance reports according to organisational requirements.|
Geoff Stapleton specialised in solar (PV) energy in the final year of his electrical engineering degree in 1981. He has worked in the industry since 1987 when he started as an engineer with BP Solar Australia. In 1989 he started his own design and installation company on the south coast of NSW where he sold, designed, installed and maintained many systems. In the mid 1990's he acted as a full time consultant for Integral Energy (electricity distributor) where he was involved with the installation of the first grid connect system in the state and also the first grid connect promotional program in Australia. In 1998 he co-founded Global Sustainable Energy Solutions Pty Ltd (GSES) a training and consultancy company. Over the last 13 years, GSES has undertaken projects in Africa, Asia and the Pacific islands. GSES is a private training organisation which has developed many training develops resource books for the industry in Australia and overseas. Geoff has conducted training courses in Sri Lanka, Ghana, Malaysia, Philippines, Fiji and Papua New Guinea. Geoff is a part time senior lecturer at the School of PV and RE engineering at the University of New South Wales, UNSW. Geoff has been active with the various industry associations since 1991 and is the current chair of the Clean Energy Council's Standards, Training and Accreditation Committee (STA) and member on Standards Australia RE committee, the Advisory Committee for EE-Oz (Electro Technology Industry Training Advisory Body) and Chair of the ISP Board (International RE/EE training accrediting body).
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Registration will close on 30 April 2014, Wednesday.
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|Module Title||Start Date||End Date|
|WSQ Perform Design and Installation of PV Systems||30-Jun-2014 08:30:00||11-Jul-2014 05:30:00|
|WSQ Peform Maintenance of PV Systems||30-Jun-2014 08:30:00||11-Jul-2014 00:00:00|