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If you cannot attend a NEWWA event you have registered for you must contact NEWWA in writing two business days prior to the start of a program to request a refund or credit minus a $30 administrative fee. If you contact NEWWA within one business day you will be charged 100% of the original course registration fee. This charge is non-refundable and non-transferable. Written refund/credit requests made for special circumstances will be considered if received within 2 weeks from the start date of the program. Credits issued are valid for 6 months from the date of the program.

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Title: Electricity, Emergency Generators and Motors
Description: This course is for students who wish to understand the basic concepts of electricity as well as the operation and maintenance of electrical motors, emergency generators, and other related equipment. Beginning with an overview of how electricity is generated, delivered, and received into a typical commercial building, concepts of electrical safety and lockout/tagout will be presented. Additional topics covered include a review of the tools used to measure the proper delivery of electrical power; a review of commonly used motors and other equipment for proper operations; a description of recommended maintenance; and an overview of electrical issues related to the use, operation, and maintenance of emergency electrical generators.
Who Should Attend: Water utility operations professionals who deal directly with their system's motors and pumps as well as other operation and maintenance workers will find this seminar of interest. Those front line management professionals who directly supervise this critical component of water distribution and treatment systems will also find this program useful.
Pre-requisites: None
CEUs: 0.6
Learning Objectives/Outcomes: None
Learning Outcome/Assessment Method: None
Technology Requirements: None

Changed at: 7/14/2016 9:02 AM Changed by: Kirsten
Created at: 5/9/2012 3:50 PM Created by: Jeanne

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