TÜV-certified expert for photovoltaic systems (TÜV Rheinland) & Internationally certified 'Expert for photovoltaic according to DIN EN ISO/IEC 17024
Dipl.-Ing. Sylvia Radisch Siebert is TÜV Rheinland 'Certified Expert for photovoltaic systems' since 2011 and certified as 'Expert for photovoltaic according to DIN EN ISO/IEC 17024' since 2013.
Certified experts are subject to frequent surveillance by an accredited certification centre in regards to their individual aptitude and high occupational qualification. Their work is not only reviewed through an independent exam and the proof of constant advanced training but also through a regular confirmation and examination of already compiled expert reports. The validity period of issued certificates is mostly limited to 2 years. After that the certified expert is reviewed and re-certified.
People and companies around the globe have placed their trust in the TÜV Rheinland Group since 1872. Everyone knows “TÜV”, both in Germany and worldwide. For many people, “TÜV” is rightly synonymous with neutrally tested quality and safety. If it is a matter of required quality of services and products, then one generally talks about the TÜV. The TÜV PersCert certification is obtained after passing the approved examinations of the TÜV Rheinland. These certificates are just temporary valid and have to be renewed every two resp. three years to proof that the knowhow was used in a practical sense and that the certified person has broaden their knowledge over the passed years. So you can be sure that the expertise of the certified person is always up to date.
The European Committee for Quality Assurance (GEIE) is a European consortium of members from different EU-countries. The EUC is certified according to DIN EN ISO 9001:2008 and has its headquarter in Brussel. Aim of the association is to certify companies or people according to own and international valid standards. The EUC exists since 2002 and mantains a certification body which is accredited according to DIN EN ISO/IEC 17024. It is therefore authorised to certify people according to this worldwide valid norm. The European Committee for Quality Assurance is registered at the Europe-wide active CEAC-accreditation body as a certification body according to DIN EN ISO/IEC 17024. The accredited educational institutions are checked regularly by the EUC according to the standard DIN EN ISO 9001:2008, as well as the international valid standard for educational service providers, the DIN ISO 29990.