Emergency power testing certification

Water and Wastewater
Certification Program


An approved provider of Water and Wastewater Maintenance Technologist Certifications

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Full Training Schedule

FUNDAMENTALS OF POWER DISTRIBUTION & GENERATION

Tuesday, March 16, 2021
10 a.m. - 12 p.m.

This seminar takes a big picture look at the power industry in the United States. Learn how power is manufactured and distributed; discuss the role of power grids; gain an understanding of transmission voltages, substations and fuel sources; review different types of prime movers; and explore the role of an EPSS in the generation of backup power during a utility outage.

  • 2 CE Management & Safety (GA-SOS)
  • 4 CE Maintenance Technologist
  • Offered in-person or virtually
  • Geared towards water and wastewater professionals

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GENERATOR 102: GENERAL MAINTENANCE PRACTICES & PROCEDURES

    Thursday, March 18, 2021
    10 a.m. - 3 p.m.

    In this interactive, hands-on workshop, participants will use a 90-point inspection sheet to perform a preventative maintenance inspection on an installed emergency power system. Gain a comprehensive understanding of standby generators, learn about the components used, explore basic maintenance requirements and review NFPA 110 guidelines.

  • 2 CE Management & Safety (optional GA-SOS)
  • 4-6 CE Maintenance Technologist
  • Geared towards water and wastewater professionals

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Generator Triage

Tuesday, March 23, 2021
10 a.m.-12 p.m.

The power goes out. What do you do? This seminar addresses what to do when you experience a power outage, as well as highlights the practical steps you can take before, during and after an outage. Discuss basic triage procedures such as how to reset your system when the backup fails. Review the most common system failures and their root causes and learn what you can do to safely get your system back up and running while help is on the way.

  • 2 CE Management & Safety (GA-SOS)
  • 4 CE Maintenance Technologist
  • Offered in-person or virtually
  • Geared towards water and wastewater professionals

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DISTRIBUTION SWITCHGEAR

Thursday, March 25, 2021
10 a.m. - 3 p.m.

This seminar takes an in-depth look at the switchgear component of emergency power systems. Learn about the switchgear's critical role in your EPS system, review basic maintenance requirements and take a deep dive into code compliance as it relates to National Fire Protection Association 110 guidelines.

  • 6 CE Management & Safety (GA-SOS)
  • 4-6 CE Maintenance Technologist
  • Offered in-person or virtually
  • Geared towards water and wastewater professionals

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Electrical Safety

Thursday, April 1, 2021
10 a.m.-12 p.m.

This important course focusses on industrial workplace electrical hazards and safety. Participants will learn about the proper use of PPE and how it relates to electrical safety, safe meter testing procedures using the live/dead/live system (including meter operation and inspection), safe work habits, site surveys and their role in overall safety.

  • 2 CE Management & Safety (GA-SOS)
  • 4 CE Maintenance Technologist
  • Offered in-person or virtually
  • Geared towards water and wastewater professionals

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The Georgia State Board of Examiners for Certification of Water and Wastewater Treatment Plants has approved Prime Power as a provider of continuing education required for GAWP Maintenance Technologist Licenses. Participants who complete Prime Power training seminars receive CEs and Maintenance Points that count towards certifications.

Prime Power leverages its more than 30 years as a leading emergency-power provider to train and certify technicians in the EPSS industry. Taught by some of the most knowledgeable experts in the industry, our programs combine classroom work with hands-on practice.

Taught in-person at the Roger Bisher Training Center in Mableton, Georgia, and virtually, our seminars are designed around EGSA (Electrical Generating Systems Association) standards and accredited by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). All seminarscount towards numerous state license certifications, including GWWI (Georgia Water and Wastewater Institute).

Our courses are approved for CEs by the Georgia Secretary of State, the North Carolina Environmental Certification Board and South Carolina Environmental Certification Board.


Roger Bischer Training Center
Located in the heart of Georgia outside Atlanta

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