Join Prime Power and The Water Tower for a full week of emergency power training courses geared specifically to water professionals.

Prime Power's top-rated instructors will lead the interactive courses, which will cover the basics of an EPS system, general maintenance requirements, troubleshooting common issues, code compliance relative to NFPA 110 guidelines, safety protocol, and much more.

Event Schedule

10 a.m.-12 p.m. 12-1 p.m.

1-3 p.m.

Monday, May 10 Generator 101 Lunch Arc Flash Safety
Tuesday, May 11 Electrical Safety Lunch Arc Flash Safety
Wednesday, May 12 Generator 101 Lunch Generator Triage
Thursday, May 13 Generator 102 Lunch Gen. 102 (cont.)
Friday, May 14 Generator 102 Lunch Gen. 102 (cont.)

Program notes:

  • Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday's program will be held at the Fairfield Inn, 1355 Mall of Georgia Blvd., Buford, GA 30519
  • Wednesday and Thursday's program will be held at the T. Wayne Hill Water Resource Center, 1500 One water Way, Buford, GA 30519
  • COVID-19 Training Safety Guidelines enforced
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Generator 101 Emergency Power Supply System's Codes & Regulations FOR RELIABLE OPERATION

Monday, May 10 | 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.

In this interactive seminar taught by one of Prime Power's top instructors, participants are given an in-depth overview of emergency power systems and the critical role of the generator. Learn how the generator interacts with all areas of your EPS system, basic maintenance and important code updates to ensure your system meets NFPA 110 guidelines. Perfect for new technicians and experienced techs seeking a refresher course.

  • 2 CE Management & Safety (GA-SOS)
  • 4 CE Maintenance Technologist
  • Includes lunch

Arc Flash Safety

Monday, May 10 | 1- 3p.m.

Between 5 and 10 arc flashes occur in the US each day. These dangerous and potentially deadly electrical explosions are a big risk to EPS technicians. In this interactive seminar, a Prime Power master trainer will review the most common causes of arc flashes, preventative measures, assessment tools and techniques, and tips for personal safety. The course meets all OSHA training standards and is designed for all levels of experience.

  • 2 CE Management & Safety (GA-SOS)
  • 4 CE Maintenance Technologist
  • Includes lunch

Electrical Safety

Tuesday, May 11 | 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
  • Includes lunch.

Arc Flash Safety

Tuesday, May 11 | 1- 3 p.m.

Between 5 and 10 arc flashes occur in the US each day. These dangerous and potentially deadly electrical explosions are a big risk to EPS technicians. In this interactive seminar, a Prime Power master trainer will review the most common causes of arc flashes, preventative measures, assessment tools and techniques, and tips for personal safety. The course meets all OSHA training standards and is designed for all levels of experience.

  • 2 CE Management & Safety (GA-SOS)
  • 4 CE Maintenance Technologist
  • Includes lunch

Generator 101 Emergency Power Supply System's Codes & Regulations FOR RELIABLE OPERATION

Wednesday, May 12 | 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.

In this interactive seminar taught by one of Prime Power's top instructors, participants are given an in-depth overview of emergency power systems and the critical role of the generator. Learn how the generator interacts with all areas of your EPS system, basic maintenance and important code updates to ensure your system meets NFPA 110 guidelines. Perfect for new technicians and experienced techs seeking a refresher course.

  • 2 CE Management & Safety (GA-SOS)
  • 4 CE Maintenance Technologist
  • Includes lunch

Generator Triage

Wednesday, May 12 | 1- 3p.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
  • Includes lunch

GENERATOR 102: GENERAL MAINTENANCE PRACTICES & PROCEDURES

    Thursday, May 13 | 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 (GA-SOS)
  • 4-6 CE Maintenance Technologist
  • Includes lunch

GENERATOR 102: GENERAL MAINTENANCE PRACTICES & PROCEDURES

    Friday, May 14 | 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 (GA-SOS)
  • 4-6 CE Maintenance Technologist
  • Includes lunch


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.

Our seminars are designed around EGSA (Electrical Generating Systems Association) standards and accredited by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). All seminars count 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

Best-in-class emergency power training.