Qualus Power Services Announces Qualus UniversityPosted Feb 05, 2020
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Qualus Power Services Announces Qualus University
Cincinnati, OH (January 31, 2020) – Qualus Power Services is proud to announce the launch of Qualus University, branded as QualU. QualU is a comprehensive source for training opportunities offered by Qualus Power Services companies.
In August 2018, CE Power and Power Grid Engineering (PGE) combined their businesses under a newly formed holding company, Qualus Power Services Corp., creating a leading company in the outsourced power systems engineering and field services industry. Our combined organizations now bring together their technical and training expertise to deliver the best in class instruction and content to the industry.
Technical and safety training courses offered by CE Power are one of the highlights of QualU’s course offerings. Courses such as NFPA 70E and Arc Flash, Lockout/Tagout, High Voltage Switching, Circuit Breakers and Transformers are taught by industry-recognized, subject matter experts to provide an understanding of technical theories, as well as safety regulations and compliance.
QualU's portfolio includes PGE’s Power Systems Seminar Series, which has trained thousands of power industry professionals since inception. Courses have also been developed for power system professionals including technicians, engineers and project managers and aims to provide attendees with a strong basis of knowledge in relay protection philosophy and design theory. Power Systems Seminars also offer continuing education credits for attendees.
QualU also delivers thorough training programs to our internal Qualus employees ensuring skilled and qualified teams working on our client’s systems. CE Power’s Graduate Apprenticeship Program (GAP) and the PGE Relay Technician Boot Camp program offer unparalleled training with theory and hands-on exposure for new hire engineers and technicians.
About Qualus Power Services
Qualus Power Services provides electric power engineering and field services through its wholly–owned subsidiaries, CE Power and Power Grid Engineering. The business operates from over 20 field and engineering locations and provides services in over 30 States through over 700 employees, the vast majority of whom are power engineers, P&C field technicians or NETA–certified field technicians.
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Director, Training and Development