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Professional Development Seminar Series

Knowledge is Power: Professional Development in NC & SC

Are you or your staff struggling to specify projects with only a partial understanding of generator systems? What you don’t know could hurt you. Fortunately, there is a way to gain expertise in a variety of standby power topics, using an easy lunch-and-learn format.

The Professional Development Seminar Series was designed by engineers who are experts in the power generation field. These seminars will provide you with a thorough understanding of the applications and advances associated with standby power, so that you can make better decisions for your business.

Modular Sessions for Flexible Learning

National Power offers several options for professional development in NC and SC. Each two-hour seminar consisting of a 90-minute in-class session and 30-minute outside exercise was designed specifically for practicing engineers who wish to expand their understanding of current technologies, sizing, codes and standards, switching technologies, and reliable design characteristics surrounding emergency power systems.

Participants who successfully complete an individual seminar will receive two Professional Development Hours (PDH), accredited by the Milwaukee School of Engineering. Those who complete five seminars, as well as the final assessments, will be awarded one Continuing Education Unit (CEU) and/or 10 PDH.

Curriculum Abstracts

Please read through each of the briefs below to determine which seminar(s) you?d like to attend. Then contact John Dixon at 919-861-6919 or email to register for an open date.

GPS 100 Generator Sizing Pitfalls

GPS 110 Generator Switching

GPS 120 Paralleling Concepts & Implementation

GPS 130 Understanding Generator Reliability

GPS 140 National Electrical Code (NEC)

GPS 150 Generator UL Listing & NFPA Standards

GPS 160 Generator Provisioning & Installation

GPS 170 Engines & Emissions

GPS 180 Alternators & Generator Controls

GPS 190 Specifications for Engine Generator Sets & Transfer Switches

Interested in our Professional Development Seminar Series?

To register, please contact John Dixon at 919-861-6919. Seminars are conducted in select cities throughout NC and SC.

National Power proudly offers the Professional Development Seminar Series to enhance continuing education in NC and SC.