S&C Electric Co. Announces 2012 Education Courses

April 2012
Transmission & Distribution World Exclusive Insight;4/19/2012, p1
Trade Publication
The article provides information on the 2012 schedule of Continuing Education Unit (CEU) and Professional Development Hour (PDH) accredited education courses offered by S&C Electric Co. The courses are described to draw on S&C's experiences with topics affecting the electric power industry. A new complimentary Webnar series is presented to be also offered and will provide one PDH credit for attendees. Also included are courses such as short-circuit analysis of electrical power systems.


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