Do you want to enter an industry with huge potential? Then become a solar installer now!

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One for all, all for one. With your team, you can turn any roof into a solar power plant. 1 / 6
With us you can see what you have achieved. With your own hands. In concrete terms. Day after day. 2 / 6
Into working life, up on the roof: your job brings fresh air and the best prospects. 3 / 6
There's no such thing as boredom with us. As a solar installer, every day is different. 4 / 6
Aiming high not enough for you? We have even more: Your apprenticeship as a solar installer is the perfect start to a promising career and offers you many opportunities for further training. 5 / 6
If there's one thing the solar industry isn't lacking, it's future prospects. In other words, you'll become a sought-after professional! 6 / 6


What does a solar installer do?

You check plans, pack materials and tools and off you go.
On site, you and your team install the substructure and solar modules and lay electrical cables.
You rectify simple faults or dismantle solar power systems professionally.

Who are your employers?

Solar companies, electrical companies and roofing companies employ solar installers for the construction of solar power systems.
Electricity companies install large solar power systems and also need solar installers to maintain them.
Rather not have a boss? With an apprenticeship as a solar installer, the path to self-employment is open to you!


Where can I do an apprenticeship?

At around 150 training companies, including some in your area.

What does the working day look like?

In the morning, the material is prepared and then you drive to the construction site with the team. How long assembly and installation takes will depend on the size of the project, but it will be between one week and one month.

I'm afraid of heights, is that a problem?

Respect for height is important up on a roof. However, the use of scaffolding and other safety precautions should be enough to allay your fears. in a relevant company.The best way to find out what it's like is to sign up for a taster day with a relevant company.

Will I learn how to commission a solar system?

During the three-year apprenticeship to become a Solar Installer EFZ, you do actually learn how to do this, but in the two-year apprenticeship to become a Solar Fitter EBA you first learn how to install it.

Can I do the vocational baccalaureate?

Yes. If you do well at school, you can even do this during your apprenticeship. It's best to discuss this directly with your training company.

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