EPCE News

EPCE presents at the Southeastern Electric Exchange (S.E.E.) Training Section Meeting

EPCE was invited to present to the members of S.E.E. The presentation highlighted how EPCE-sponsored online energy education and training courses are leveraged by utilities to support a 21st Century blended learning Apprenticeship training model to educate and train the utility’s future workforce.

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EPCE Featured in BSC NECE Newsletter

EPCE and the February 2014 Coalition Meeting was featured in the March 2014 edition of 'The Energizer' newsletter from the Bismarck State College National Energy Center of Excellence.

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EPCE education partner Excelsior College offers free online course in Cybersecurity

EPCE's education partner, Excelsior College, is offering a free web-based course will provide introductory-level curriculum to students interested in cybersecurity careers. This MOOC course titled Introduction to Cybersecurity begins January 27th, and follows the recent launch of the National Cybersecurity Institute (NCI) at Excelsior College, a Washington, DC-based academic and research center that specializes in the development of effective workforce cyber security practices.

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EPCE announces new Cybersecurity programs from Excelsior College

Now more than ever, Cybersecurity is on everyone’s mind from avoiding personal identity theft to preventing malicious attacks on your organization’s network to protecting the country from cyber-terrorism. Excelsior College offers several online certificate and degree programs in Cybersecurity that prepare students for employment with companies and organizations that need cyber security professionals.

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EPCE and the Apprenticeship Model Featured in Electric Energy Magazine

EPCE's Apprenticeship Model is featured in an article in the most recent edition of Electric Energy Magazine - a publication of the RMEL. The article delves into some of the details of how EPCE member, Tri-State Generation, has incorporated EPCE's quality online electric power education into their Apprenticeship Training Program. Benefits of this approach include access to industry-developed high quality education, the utility being able to free up limited internal training staff, and the apprentice earning college credits for their coursework.

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