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Overview


The electric utility industry is an evolving high-tech system that must be designed and engineered to meet regulatory and consumer standards for reliability, quality, and safety. This requires an appropriate investment on a planned and ongoing basis. This online course provides directors with an understanding of the key components of the electric utility industry.

Key Topics

  • The basic functions and cost components of generation, transmission and distribution

  • Current and emerging technologies that are impacting utility operations and policies

  • Issues related to distributed generation that the board may need to address

  • How environmental issues and national policies impact the cooperative

  • The board’s role to ensure a safe working environment

ONLINE COURSE FORMAT

We’ve tailored this online training to be a rich educational experience that you can participate in without travel. A greater focus will be on the instructor’s expertise and experience while teaching the course content. Questions and comments are welcome and managed in a way that supports collaboration and interaction and avoids having one person speak over another. This class will be limited to 20 participants. Enrollment is first come, first served.

The course will be divided into two sessions and delivered over two consecutive days. You must participate in both sessions to earn course credit.

FEATURES OF THIS ONLINE COURSE

  • NRECA instructor
  • No travel required
  • Co-op specific content
  • CCD credit awarded upon completion

CREDITS

NRECA – 1 credit

CEU – 0.6 credits

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Fees

$559 per participant

Competencies

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