Become an accredited installer by completing our three-day REVOV accreditation course.
For professional installers of UPS and backup power systems, the course is an opportunity to develop knowledge and refine skills. Achieving accreditation can also help installers attract more business and offer customers assurance of their competency.
Dates for our next installer accreditation course
We’re pleased to be offering this popular course again in the first half of 2022, in Durban, Cape Town and Johannesburg.
|Upcoming course dates|
|Durban||2 – 4 March, 2022|
|Cape Town||6 – 8 April, 2022|
|Johannesburg||4 – 6 May, 2022|
What our accreditation course covers
The REVOV accreditation course is designed to teach installers more about UPS power systems – including REVOV systems – and their installation.
The course covers:
- DC storage systems for residential and industrial applications
- battery and battery management system (BMS) construction and operation
- inverter settings and protection
- PV charger settings and protection
- DC system case studies, and more.
The itinerary for the three-day course is as follows:
|Day 1||Day 2||Day 3|
|09h00 – 10h00||Course introduction (expectations: students and REVOV)||
Inverter functionality, management and illustrations
Power system design
Power system build
|10h00 – 10h15||Morning tea|
|10h15 – 12h00||Power considerations||
|Revision and evaluation|
|12h00 – 13h00||Lunch|
|13h00 – 14h45||
Battery functionality, management and illustrations
|Custom design approach||Evaluation|
|14h45 – 15h00||Afternoon tea|
|15h00 – 16h00||
PV functionality, management and illustrations
Course cost – and what’s included in the price
The three-day course costs R1,200 per person, excluding VAT.
Included in the price:
- three days of instructor-led training
- the course material, on a USB drive
- a REVOV notepad, clipboard and pen
- lunch on the days of the course.
Those who pass the course will receive:
- a REVOV certificate
- a REVOV ID card
- a REVOV golfer shirt and cap (included in the course price).
Travel and accommodation costs are excluded.
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