The substation training series is designed to provide participants with in-depth instruction on substation-related topics and is tailored to the specific equipment of the attendee’s utilities, where possible.
The course curriculum has been developed by Pam Tompkins and Scott Young with SET Solutions, LLC. Pam is the President and CEO of SET Solutions, and is a 37-year veteran of the electric utility industry. Scott has over 36 years of electrical substation experience and is a published substation safety author.
This certification series provides courses specifically designed for lineworker personnel. It is a good fit for up and coming leaders or those already in the role. It provides crew leaders and general foremen with the knowledge and tools to lead crews efficiently, responsibly, and safely. The course will be presented by certified training specialists from Tennessee Valley Public Power Association (TVPPA).
Teleconference Option Available
The Substation Roundtable provides a forum for substation related crews to exchange ideas on operating practices, safety, training, tools and equipment, and other common issues. The event is open to all levels of utility substation crew personnel.
Dates: Thursday, November 30, 2023 – 9 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Friday, December 1, 2023 – 8:30 a.m. – noon.
(Breakfast snacks provided; lunch provided on Thursday)
Hotel and parking details will be provided closer to the event date.
TVPPA’s Certified Power Supervisor curriculum is designed for public power distribution system supervisory personnel. This course of study focuses on how to reduce employee grievances, customer complaints, absenteeism, job-related accidents and turnover. CPSv is made up of 9 core classes and participants have 4 years to complete all the necessary classes.