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Arc Flash Training Certification

Arc Flash Training Certification Earn CEU Credits And Printable Certificates

The Electricity Forum Training Institute has been approved as an authorized continuing education Provider by the International Association for Continuing Engineering Education (IACEE). In obtaining this approval, The Electricity Forum has demonstrated that it complies with the IACEE Standards which are widely recognized as standards of good practice. As a result of this, we are able to offer CEU credits for our electrical training courses. Successful completion of our electrical training courses qualifies delegates to receive an arc flash certificate of course completion with indicated CEUs.

We Take Your Education Seriously

The Electricity Forum Training Institute is committed to providing high-quality education. We are not in the arc flash training business to sell something else, like FR clothing, arc flash studies, electrical protective relays or circuit breakers. Our exclusive business is your education. That is why we have been a trusted partner in employee education for more than 30 years. Our expert instructors are certified electrical workers, with extensive work experience and training experience who can answer questions and solve problems. We believe that when it comes to investing in arc flash training, you expect the best information and expertise. That is why we do not offer online or video training. We believe those platforms are an inferior form of training to live, person-to-person training where you get to stop our instructors and ask questions, present problems and get real-time answers.

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Top 5 Benefits of Instructor-led Certified Arc Flash Training

  • Learn from an instructor who is trained and knowledgeable regarding electrical safety.
  • Students have the opportunity to ask questions which are answered in class while the thoughts are fresh.
  • Students can enter discussion and get feedback from other attendees with examples of best practices.
  • Real life examples and solutions are used to present the information in a meaningful way which helps students relate to their own workplace experiences.
  • All levels of experience and knowledge are accommodated.

Instructor-led classes have the flexibility to cater to all levels of experience and electrical knowledge. Even non-electrical workers will gain an appreciation for the hazards of electrical work.

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How will taking our Arc Flash Training course make you safer in your workplace?

Our instructor-led Certified Arc Flash training course presents students with information they need to evaluate the arc flash and shock hazards, and to help them to ensure the safety of themselves and other electrical workers that may be in proximity to energized electrical equipment. Students will understand the value of a comprehensive risk evaluation, the importance of safe work procedures and pre-job planning.

Workers are given the information and workplace best practices in the course but many times are powerless to use the information because the infrastructure is not in place in their organization. Certification will not change that.

This course covers the analytical process of identifying electrical hazards such as shock and arc flash burns, to determine and communicate the appropriate control methods to be used. We explain why complacency can be deadly when working with circuits energized at 120 volts.

This one-day certified arc flash training course is designed to assist organizations to identify shock and arc flash hazards and prevent injuries and incidents associated with those hazards.

Note: Students will demonstrate understanding of arc flash hazards and PPE protection by passing a proficiency examination at the end of the course and then be issued Arc FLash Training Certification.

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For More Information, Contact:

Randolph W. Hurst
President, The Electricity Forum
1885 Clements Rd, Unit 218
289-387-1025
randy@electricityforum.com