TPC’s webinar schedule includes previews of critical code updates, maintenance best practices, electrical safety, and much more.

TPC Training, the leading provider of industrial skills training solutions, has announced an additional 15 informational webinars as part of its ongoing series, scheduled throughout the remainder of 2017. The free sessions cover diverse industrial maintenance topics, from electrical code changes to new training innovations using virtual reality and simulation-based methods. The series begins on June 30th with an hour-long presentation on setting up a qualified electrical worker program. The webinars are conducted by field-experienced instructors from TPC Trainco, the company’s live training division, and include question-and-answer time with the instructors.

TPC’s upcoming webinar series includes the following topics:
  • Setting Up a Qualified Electrical Worker Program at your Facility
  • Basic Pump Maintenance: Keeping a Problem from Happening in the First Place
  • Changes to NFPA 70E®
  • Basics of Standby Generators and Emergency Power
  • Controlling Maintenance Resources
  • Solar Power Basics
  • Virtual Reality and Simulation Training Tools in Industrial Environments
  • Changes to the National Electrical Code
  • Measuring Training Effectiveness
  • The Hidden Value of Maintenance
  • Electrical Safety Planning and Techniques, including Arc Flash
  • Advances in PPE for Electrical Safety
  • Systematic Troubleshooting
  • Programmable Logic Controllers
  • Variable Frequency Drives

TPC Training's expert instructors collectively teach over 2,000 live training classes each year throughout the United States and are at the helm of the code updates, techniques, and innovations covered in each webinar. Attendees will have access to the same expert industry insight and individualized input available in TPC Trainco’s 2-day courses.

For additional information about TPC Training and for upcoming webinar dates visit or call 800-837-8872.

TPC Training is the leader in maintenance, repair, and operator training, with complete solutions for a 21st-century workforce to acquire, apply, and adapt essential technical and safety skills.


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