Werner Electric Supply to hold annual Training Expo in Milwaukee

Published Friday, February 26, 2016

On Thursday, Mar. 10, 2016 from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m., Werner Electric Supply will hold its annual Werner Electric University Expo at Potawatomi Hotel & Casino in Milwaukee. The public is invited to attend to access the latest electrical information and earn more than eight continuing education units (CEU) – for only $25.

Werner Electric University featured sessions include:

• Arc flash training

• 3M medium voltage terminations

• Language of lighting, color and LEDs

• NEC state of the state and significant code changes

• Overcoming LED control challenges


This year’s Training Expo will also offer an industrial track of courses which include:

• Different safeguarding techniques and solutions

• Predictive/preventive maintenance techniques

• Machine safety and governing standard

• Remote access to industrial machines

• Understanding SCCR 

By attending these seminars, attendees will have access to the latest industry information and product experts. Those encouraged to attend this low-cost training session are estimators, electricians, foremen, project engineers, purchasing agents, owners, control engineers/designers, maintenance professionals, facility managers and production managers.

The Training Expo will also include breakfast, lunch, a trade show, and networking event with industry experts and vendors. To register for the event or for more information on Werner Electric Supply, please visit www.wernerelectric.com.


About Werner Electric Supply

Werner Electric Supply provides automation, electrical, and data communication products and services to a wide range of industrial, commercial and construction customers. Werner Electric Supply employs nearly 400 people in 12 locations throughout the state of Wisconsin, Upper Michigan and North Dakota. Werner is dedicated to not only providing improvement in the distribution of quality products and services, but is also committed to the success of its employees, customers, vendors, and the communities it serves.

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