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Join us at the EPCE Virtual Semi-Annual Coalition meeting on April 14-15, 2021 to discuss and learn relevant ideas and practices to support developing, educating, preparing, and training the energy industry’s workforce to tackle the challenges of today and tomorrow. Gain insight and best practices from industry peers and EPCE member companies and organizations.
The coalition meeting is free to EPCE members and our invited guests, but registration is required. Don’t miss out and register below to join us in April.

* The meeting will be conducted on Mountain Time (Denver).

Benefits of Attending:

  • Online education and training resources to support your workforce development initiatives such as apprenticeship training, professional development, employee career progression, leadership training, and more
  • Best practices to develop a skilled and prepared workforce that save time, staff resources, and expenses from peers and industry experts
  • Effective practices to support succession planning, knowledge transfer, retention, and training
  • Interactive roundtable discussions to support benchmarking utility training practices
  • Networking opportunities with peers

Who Should Attend:

  • Professionals responsible for training, retaining and securing an effective workforce, including all supervisory, management and consulting professionals
  • All energy/utility companies and organizations, including EPCE members

There is no cost to attend the EPCE Semi-Annual Coalition Meeting.

For more information contact Angie Lucas, EPCE Director, [email protected]

MEETING HIGHLIGHTS

CULTIVATING A DIVERSE AND INCLUSIVE ENERGY WORKFORCE – KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Vicki Vasques, Owner of Tribal Tech, LLC and Cowan & Associates

Angela Heck, Director of Training & Development at Day & Zimmermann

ENERGY POLICY UPDATE – KEYNOTE SPEAKER

Kristy Hartman, Director,  Energy Program, National Conference of State Legislatures  (NCSL)

TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND ENERGY INTERSECTIONS DISCUSSION

Gary Pfann, Director, Executive and Staff Education, National Rural Electric Co-op Association (NRECA)

Jeffrey Batiste, Manager, Training, Verizon

George Plisinski, Manager, Telecom Operations; NineStar Connect, Greenfield, Indiana

Aaron Young, CTO, Trico Connect; Mansfield, Pennsylvania

BISMARCK STATE COLLEGE COURSE DEMOS

EXCELSIOR COURSE DEMO – TECH 185 BLUEPRINT

WPI HOW ONLINE LEARNING WORKS 

 

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