The rules, regulations and codes that govern the installation and maintenance of generator systems are complex. Companies and organization looking for a convenient and productive format to enhance their team’s understanding of generators should consider scheduling one of Generac’s Professional Development Seminar Series (PDSS) classes.
The courses are accredited through the Milwaukee School of Engineering and provide general educational information created for design and specifying engineers. Participants who successfully complete an individual seminar and achieve a passing score on the associated final assessment will be awarded 2.0 Professional Development Hours (PDH) and 0.2 Continuing Education Units (CEU). These seminars offer participants practical, real-world information to assist them in the field, as well as at their desks. The full range of class offerings includes:
Detailed course descriptions can be found by downloading the PDSS course catalog.
PDSS sessions are offered through your local Generac Industrial Power Distributor/Dealer and last about 90 minutes. This makes it easy to schedule them over an extended lunch hour or early breakfast morning session. The course is followed by a 30-minute online assessment which can be completed at the participant’s convenience. PDSS courses are also offered as part of Generac’s annual Industrial Power Engineering Symposium.
If you would like more information or want to schedule a PDSS, fill out this form or contact your local Generac Industrial Power Distributor/Dealer. You may also call 1-844-ASK-GNRC or email ASKGNRC@generac.com.