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EasyPower offers convenient training options to accommodate various topics, schedules, learning styles, and skill levels. When it comes to implementing an effective arc flash safety initiative at your facility, quality training is crucial.

If you are not currently using EasyPower, download a free demo version of the software and sign up for one of these classes or view the free training videos and recorded webinars.

EasyPower Hands-On Week - Scottsdale

Scottsdale, AZ - March 3 - 7, 2014
Registration is Closed

Learn how to streamline the implementation of your arc flash and electrical safety program. Choose to attend any or all three seminars in one week!

  • EasyPower Hands-On | Days 1-2
  • Protective Device Coordination | Day 3
  • Arc Flash Hazard Analysis and Implementation | Days 4-5

EasyPower Hands-On Week - Annapolis

Annapolis MD - April 28 May 2, 2014
Registration is Closed

Learn how to streamline the implementation of your arc flash and electrical safety program. Choose to attend any or all three seminars in one week!

  • EasyPower Hands-On | Days 1-2
  • Protective Device Coordination | Day 3
  • Arc Flash Hazard Analysis and Implementation | Days 4-5

EasyPower Hands-On Week - Austin

Austin TX - October 20 - 24, 2014
Registration is Closed

Learn how to streamline the implementation of your arc flash and electrical safety program. Choose to attend any or all three seminars in one week!

  • EasyPower Hands-On | Days 1-2
  • Protective Device Coordination | Day 3
  • Arc Flash Hazard Analysis and Implementation | Days 4-5

EasyPower Hands-On Week - Anaheim

Anaheim CA - January 12 - 16, 2015
Registration for the Anaheim seminar will close on January 2, 2015 or when class is full.

Register now or download the course brochure (PDF).

Learn how to streamline the implementation of your arc flash and electrical safety program. Choose to attend any or all three seminars in one week!

EasyPower Hands-On Week - Cincinnati

Covington, KY (Cincinnati) - March 9 - 13, 2015
Registration for the Cincinnati seminar will close on February 23, 2015 or when class is full.

Register now or download the course brochure (PDF).

Learn how to streamline the implementation of your arc flash and electrical safety program. Choose to attend any or all three seminars in one week!

Regional Training | 5 Days to Expert

Held in different cities throughout the year, our five-day Regional Training will help you get the most out of EasyPower®. Choose any or all of the three courses below.

Regional Training

Course

Topics Covered

Days

EasyPower® Hands-On EasyPower overview and features, one-line development, MCCs and panel schedules, application of ShortCircuit™, PowerFlow™ overview, sample cases and applications. 2

PDC with PowerProtector™

Overview of PowerProtector™ for protective device coordination studies, proper system coordination and increased reliability, time-current curves.

1
Arc Flash
Hazard Analysis
Overview of NFPA 70E and IEEE-1584, PPE requirements, arc flash studies, hands-on EasyPower ArcFlash, and more. Earn 1.1 CEU credits. 2

Weekly Webinars each Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday

Engineering Support | Web-Based and Personal

Need help completing your own arc flash study? Want to advance your EasyPower skills? Do you learn better in a one-on-one setting? Consider our Web-based training.

Using the latest online meeting tool, an EasyPower engineer will show you how to perform specific tasks that you request—in real time. You won’t even have to leave your desk! Learn how Engineering Support can personalize a Web-based program for you.

More EasyPower Training Programs

Explore our customizable and convenient onsite training options.
Keep your plant personnel safe with the latest arc flash training.

Industry-Partner Training Programs

Some of the most respected firms in the industry also offer excellent training programs to support your ongoing safety and engineering initiatives.

BrainFiller Technical Training Group - Jim Phillips
   Course List

Quadrelec - Charles Pratt
   Quadrelec Power System Protection Training Options