EGSA Provides Educational &
Certification Benefits Too!
ON-SITE POWER SCHOOLS
One of the key components of growing professionally is to
keep rising to new challenges and opportunities. Keep your
skills sharp by participating in our educational programs
to stay abreast of technologies that support the Power-Gen
Industry! EGSA offers a rigorous, two-tiered educational
program, with schools throughout the U.S. that outline
the technical aspects of power generation.
Perfect for staff new to the industry or someone who needs
a refresher course, our Basic School is appropriate for anyone who needs a foundation in generator technology
(sales, marketing, parts, service, even administrative
staff). With our Advanced School, expect our highly
skilled and knowledgeable instructors to go into great
detail on subjects like parelleling, speed, load control, generator protection and voltage regulation and
more. Need more information? Visit our website to
see what offerings we have for this calendar year!
UNIT (CEU) PROGRAM
After attending one of our on-site
Power School classes, demonstrate
what you have learned with Con-
tinuing Education Units! CEUs
are awarded after you attend
one of our schools.
Generator technicians vary in skill level from employer to
employer and market to market. As a result, finding a pro-
ficient, knowledgeable generator technician can be chal-
lenging. The EGSA Technician Certification is a benefit
to generator customers as well as the employers they repre-
sent. Our Technician Certification exam offers a distinct
advantage to both… to demonstrate proficiency and to cer-
tify that a technician has attained sufficient levels of skill,
knowledge and expertise.
Technicians who are certified can proudly use
the title, “EGSA Certified Electrical Generator Systems Technician” with the confidence
that they possess the critical knowledge and
skill set to install, service and maintain on-site power generators. They have proven that
they possess the required skills and knowledge. Making EGSA Technician Certification a part of your business plan is
a smart investment!
For more information,
visit www.egsa.org or call
George Rowley, EGSA’s
Director of Education
at (561) 237-5557