Installation Basics Training 200

Get the training you need to become a solar installer! Installation Basics Training 200 (IBT 200) is a paid, five-week training program designed to help you develop the skills solar industry employers are looking for.


Participants learn from interactive classroom instruction, hands-on lab activites, and real-world solar installation projects. No prior experience necessary!

Our curriculum is vetted by industry employers and incorporates the latest solar technologies, so you can be confident you're getting relevant, comprehensive training. You'll graduate with advanced solar knowledge, hands-on installation experience, and valuable employer connections that will help you launch your solar career and be ready to work on day one. Plus, IBT 200 will support you from recruitment to placement, providing resume-building, soft skills training, and job search assistance to help you get the job and keep the job.

Stipends will be awarded at program milestones. To receive the full stipend, trainees must pass the final exam and capstone assessment. Transportation stipends are also available to participants. 

Apply today!

Program Dates:

  • IBT 200 launches in Denver Summer 2020 with the first 5-week cohort beginning on August 17, 2020.
  • The second cohort will be in Fall 2020.

Want to apply?

Apply online here. There are a limited number of spaces available. GRID CO will be reaching out to schedule interviews. GRID will then notify those accepted into the 5-week program.

You must be a resident of the Denver metro area to apply and 80% or below of the Average Median Income (AMI) in Denver. 

Do you have any questions about the program? Reach out to our Workforce Team:

Thanks to our supporters for making this program possible!

Denver Urban Renewal Authority

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