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There are many exciting things happening at TPC Training. Here are some of our latest news, events and industry items:

Meet the Trainer: Gregg Sutton

Posted by Jess | 02.09.22

In this series, we’re introducing you to our real-world-experienced instructor team and what drives them to teach electrical workers of all experience levels. Master Electrician Gregg Sutton always knew he...

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Virtual ILT (VILT) vs In-Person ILT: Is there Really a Difference?

Posted by Jenn | 02.03.21

The widespread adoption of virtual instructor-led training, or VILT, has changed added a new learning methodology via online learning. It’s now possible for an instructor to teach online in real-time, with all...

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5 Benefits of Live Online Training

Posted by Jenn | 03.18.20

Live online training offers employers and employees alike many advantages over both traditional classrooms and asynchronous online courses, including cost-efficient, customized learning, and access to industry-leading instructors. In today’s competitive...

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Case Study: TPC Training’s Program Increases Critical Maintenance Knowledge at Hadeed

Posted by Jenn | 07.10.18

Every facility, whether domestic or abroad, runs on information. But too often the information that a workforce needs to operate and maintain the equipment in their facilities is severely outdated,...

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TPC Training Expands its Online Electrical Systems Training Library with an All New Course

Posted by Evan | 10.31.17

TPC’s new course, Variable Frequency Drives, teaches students how to improve VFD control and efficiency. PC Training’s newest online Electrical Systems course introduces variable frequency drives (VFDs) and further discusses VFDs and...

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Live Instructor vs. Computer-Based Training

Posted by John | 12.05.16

There is ongoing debate regarding which method of training is superior - live, instructor-led training or computer-based, online training.  But what if I told you that these two training methods...

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