Training Programs

Solar Energy

Renewable energy sources have become widely accepted as the energy solution for the future, based on environmental and economic sustainability considerations. Solar energy is the most abundantly available resource received by the earth. The potential for solar energy is enormous since about 200,000 times the world’s total daily electric-generating capacity is received by Earth every day in the form of solar energy. In the early 21st-century electricity generation from solar energy has seen a tremendous transformation. Solar energy can be converted either into thermal energy (heat) or into electrical energy. Solar energy is converted into electricity by using photovoltaic cells, these cells absorb the sunlight and converts into DC electricity, which can be directed consumed or can be converted to AC electricity by using an inverter.

Nigerian population is boosting to over 200 million inhabitants, an increase in the population of the energy needs of the people. As the primary source of electricity generation is by fossil fuels, it will deplete the ecosystem by releasing harmful greenhouse gases. Solar energy has the unique potential to improve the economy and health of the people and the country. Thus, Solar utilization in Nigeria is very necessary. With the growing energy trends, the country requires qualified and trained professionals. Solar industries always prefer well-groomed professionals in skills, attitudes, and ethics. This skill gap can be reduced by the short term and long term training programs, which increases the chances of employability and also the livelihood of the people. 

Unique features of our training:

Training programs offered by Little David Industries represents a unique German methodology of Steinbeis India. The training program focuses more on Interactive and practical learning. The Trainer will assign tasks based on the skill set of the student and they have to complete it independently or in a group. This feature will widen the understanding capabilities of the students.