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The National Electrical Trade Council – NETCO holds the right to offer the EVITP Training in Canada.
The EVITP program provides the most comprehensive training for the installation of EVSE equipment in North America today. More than a technical installation course, EVITP offers a full overview of the Electric Vehicle industry including an extensive section on Customer Relations & Customer Satisfaction
Developed in collaboration with industry, EVITP offers the perspective of Automakers, Utilities, EVSE equipment manufacturers and other key stakeholder associations. The EVITP collaborative understands the importance of the EV market being properly supported as it develops and expands. The electricians installing EVSE must understand the many aspects of the market today to adequately address customer questions, concerns and satisfaction.
To discuss product and service options please reach out to any of the following contacts.
National Electrical Trade Council [email protected]
EVITP Certifications & Standards:
The Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Training Program (EVITP) has rigorous instruction and training standards. Appropriate entry requirements, expert instruction, and a demanding exam ensure strong comprehension, performance, and consistent training results. To be eligible for EVITP, a participant must be a state licensed or certified electrician. If the participant works in a state that does not license or certify electricians, the participant must provide documentation of a minimum of 8,000 hours of hands-on electrical construction experience. Upon completing the course instruction, and passing the exam (combined 20 Hours), electricians may be confirmed as EVITP certified by utilizing the “Certification Check” button on the EVITP website homepage.
EVITP Course Overview:
EV prospect/customer relations and experience
Automobile manufacturer’s charging performance integrity specifications
EV battery types, specifications, and charging characteristics
Utility interconnect policies and requirements
Utility grid stress precautions including demand response integration technologies
Role of electrical storage devices as charging intermediaries
Installing, commissioning, and maintaining electric storage devices
Charging station fundamentals including brand/model-specific installation instructions for:
Level 1: 120 VAC 15 amps
Level 2: 120-240 VAC 60 amps
Level 3: 480 VAC 125 amps or 600 VDC 550 amps
Service-level assessments and upgrade implementation
Integration of electric vehicle infrastructure with distributed generation
Understanding Internet Protocol (IP) networking of charging stations
National Electrical Code (NEC) standards and requirements
National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 70E and OSHA regulations
National Electrical Installation Standards (NEIS) for electric vehicle equipment
First responder safety and fire hazard measures
Next Generation Charging
EVSE Troubleshooting, Repair and Commissioning