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Georgia Piedmont Technical College

Tesla Wall Connector & Universal Certification - June 2024 - Georgia Piedmont Technical College

 Tesla Wall Connector & Universal Certification - June 2024 - Georgia Piedmont Technical College
 Tesla Wall Connector & Universal Certification - June 2024 - Georgia Piedmont Technical College

Time & Location

Jun 11, 2024, 9:00 AM EDT – Aug 10, 2024, 5:00 PM EDT

Georgia Piedmont Technical College, 495 N Indian Creek Dr, Clarkston, GA 30021, USA

About The Event

Certified Tesla Wall Connector Installer

Universal Wall Connector Certification

Total Technician Training Time:

8 Weeks Training Total

  • 4 Weeks Virtual & Classroom (Tesla & Other Leading Wall Connector)
  • 4 Weeks in the field completing installation

Instructors:

Our instructors are certified and experienced Tesla Wall Instructors trained by Telsa to install, repair, and maintain residential and commercial wall connectors. Each is an honorable discharged man or woman that served in the military at the highest caliber. They all have provided services for Tesla and Ford. Our training team focuses solely on partnering with companies to create high-income jobs for veterans, soldiers transitioning from the military, and other targeted dislocated worker groups.

Description Of Program:

This is an eight-week skill-building training program that will support the participant in becoming a Tesla Wall Connector Certified Installer and a Universal Wall Connector Installer within (8) weeks In each class, soldiers/trainees are assigned various tasks and assignments that will support them in the following transition:

  • Soft Skill Training
  • Residential & Commercial Wall Installation
  • Individual Tesla Wall Charger Installation
  • In Field Installations

To complete the program trainees must master each of the tasks above.

The goal is to prepare the to master the techniques and join our service partner as a technician or a trainer.

  • The technician must complete all courses to become a Certified Tesla Wall Connector Installer and pass Tesla online.
  • The overview and training are 4 hours on Tesla online portal and course has a Tesla training test.
  • The technician must also complete ALL other manufactures’ training as well.

Overview Of Program:

  • This program is a comprehensive skill-based firsthand training program that consists of (4) main courses in the following categories:

Soft Skill Training

  • How to be a Great Technician
  • Soft Skill Training
  • Appearance
  • Communication Verbal & Written
  • Dispatch Training
  • Partner Process Training
  • Role Base Training
  • Using Tools Safely and Properly
  • Risk Management & Job Closeout
  • Protecting yourself in a Covid19 environment and post Covid environment

BOLT App for Commercial Wall Connector Installers

  • Introduction to Bolt
  • Complete a Job Check Out

Tesla Residential & Commercial Wall Connector Training

  • Course Outline
  • Introduction
  • Charging Levels
  • How Electric Vehicle Charging Works
  • How to Determine Charging Rate
  • Where to Charge
  • Destination Charging
  • Supercharger
  • Charging Levels
  • How Electric Vehicle Charging Works
  • How to Determine Charging Rate
  • Where to Charge
  • Destination Charging
  • Non Tesla Wall Connectors

Certification Process

Each class will allow the technician to earn a certificate of excellence confirming their legitimacy and competence to perform a specific task.

  1. Fix, Break, and Installation
  2. Pass Tesla Online
  3. Installation of Individual Wall Connector
  4. Graduation

This 8-week program is divided into (3) phases.

  1. Phase Alpha – Soft Skill Training Tesla
  2. Phase Bravo – BOLT App for Residential Wall Connector Installers
  3. Phase Charlie – Tesla Residential & Commercial Wall Connector Training

Each course has its own certificate, and the solder must score 95% to pass.

After technicians receive instruction in the classroom, they spend the remaining time perfecting what they have learned in the field. The technician will receive reinforced learning by providing real-life examples and actual demonstrations. Our labs create a natural work environment setting so that soldiers/trainees can spend time developing and mastering their skills under strict supervision.

Why is our training needed?

Tesla Inc. is a company that has revolutionized the renewable energy industry with its innovative technology and sustainable vision. Founded in 2003 by Elon Musk, Tesla has grown to become one of the most influential companies in the world. As of January 2024, Tesla Inc. has a market capitalization of $685.22 billion. This makes Tesla the 9th most valuable company in the world by market cap. Here are ten reasons why Tesla has been a significant change in the renewable energy industry and how our Tesla training center will create jobs in each of these areas.

1. Electric Vehicles (EVs) – Tesla’s first product was the Roadster, an all-electric sports car that went into production in 2008. The Roadster showed that electric vehicles could be practical and desirable, and paved the way for Tesla’s other EVs, such as the Model S, Model X, and Model 3. Today, Tesla is one of the leading EV manufacturers in the world, with its vehicles known for their long-range, high-performance, and advanced features.

  1. Tesla Wall Connector Certified Installer Certification.
  2. Tesla Roadside Support Technician
  3. Tesla Start (Tesla Vehicle Repair)

2. Battery Technology – Tesla’s EVs are powered by advanced lithium-ion batteries, which are also used in its stationary energy storage products, such as the Powerwall and Powerpack. Tesla’s battery technology has been a significant change in the renewable energy industry, enabling greater adoption of renewable energy sources like solar and wind by providing a way to store and use the energy they generate.

3. Solar Energy – In 2016, Tesla acquired SolarCity, a solar panel manufacturer and installer, and integrated it into its business. Tesla’s solar products include solar panels, solar roofs, and the Solar Inverter, which converts the DC electricity generated by the solar panels into AC electricity that can be used in homes and businesses. By combining solar energy with Tesla’s battery technology, customers can have a completely sustainable energy system that can power their homes and EVs.

  1. Tesla Solar Roof Installer
  2. Tesla Powerwall Installer
  3. Tesla Powerwall Connector Installer
  4. Tesla Mega Installer

4. Storage – Tesla’s Powerwall and Powerpack energy storage products enable customers to store excess energy generated by their solar panels or other renewable sources, such as wind turbines. This stored energy can then be used during periods of high demand or when the sun is not shining or the wind is not blowing, reducing reliance on fossil fuels.

  1. Tesla Powerwall Installer
  2. Tesla Powerwall Connector Installer

5. Supercharging Network – One of the biggest barriers to EV adoption has been the lack of charging infrastructure. Tesla has addressed this issue by building a network of Supercharger stations around the world, which can provide up to 170 miles of range in just 30 minutes of charging. This network has made long-distance travel in an EV possible and has helped to dispel range anxiety among potential EV buyers.

  1. Tesla Supercharger Repair Technician

6. Autopilot – Tesla’s Autopilot system uses advanced sensors, cameras, and algorithms to enable semi-autonomous driving. While not yet fully self-driving, Autopilot can assist with tasks such as steering, braking, and acceleration, making driving safer and more efficient. Autopilot is also constantly improving through over-the-air software updates, which Tesla sends to its vehicles.

7. Gigafactories – To scale up the production of its EVs and batteries, Tesla has built several large-scale manufacturing facilities called Gigafactories. These factories use advanced automation and robotics to produce EVs and batteries at a lower cost and with greater efficiency than traditional manufacturing methods. Tesla currently has three Gigafactories in operation, with plans to build more in the future.

8. Open-Source Patents – In 2014, Tesla made a bold move by announcing that it would open-source all its patents related to electric vehicles and their components. This decision was aimed at encouraging other companies to develop their own EVs and advance the industry, rather than hoarding technology for competitive advantage.

9. Vertical Integration – Tesla’s approach to manufacturing is highly vertically integrated, meaning that it produces many of its own components in-house rather than relying on suppliers. This allows Tesla to have greater control over the quality and cost of its products, as well as the ability to innovate and iterate quickly.

10. Environmental Impact – Finally, Tesla’s contribution to the renewable energy industry cannot be fully appreciated without considering its environmental impact. By promoting the adoption of EVs and renewable energy sources, Tesla is helping to reduce the world’s dependence on fossil fuels and mitigate the effects of climate change. Additionally, Tesla has committed to using sustainable materials in its products, such as recycled metals and plant-based fabrics.

We are working with Tesla directly to create jobs for each of the points above across the United States.

Non - Tesla Wall Connector Training 

  1. Chevroliat
  2. Cadilliac
  3. BMW
  4. Mercdez Benz
  5. Ford
  6. Audio
  7. Rivian
  8. Jaguar
  9. Landrover
  10. VW
  11. Volvo
  12. Lucid
  13. Ford Pro
  14. Suburo
  15. Jeep
  16. Porchse
  17. Polestar
  18. Chrysler
  19. Vinvast
  20. Hummer
  21. Faraday Future
  22. Lincoln
  23. Poloris
  24. Mini
  25. RollsRoyce
  26. Alpha Romeo
  27. Dodge
  28. Merchants Fleets
  29. EMKAY
  30. Inspiration
  31. Chargepoint
  32. FLO
  33. Mopar
  34. Electify America

Overview OF Courses:

Our classes were developed to provide the technician with real life experiences in the EV industry, in which they will be able to provide services for multiple EV

partners. This approach allows the soldier/trainee to practice their skills in real-life scenarios. They will be given a variety of tasks and assignments to evaluate their skills level and determine additional training needed. They will be required to demonstrate their knowledge of these skills by completing a written exam, an onsite break and fix test and receive a customer rating of 4.5 or higher during their training program.

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