Generator Construction Course In Prince George

Posted on November 22, 2023 10:53 am

In a significant stride towards excellence in the field of generator construction and maintenance, IBEW Local 993 recently concluded a three-day intensive course at the Prince George IBEW Centre of Excellence. This educational initiative will help position IBEW 993 as a frontrunner in the generator construction and maintenance field in Canada.

The curriculum featured hands-on training sessions, theoretical modules, and interactive discussions. Participants delved into the latest advancements in generator technology, ensuring they were well-versed in the most cutting-edge practices. The practical nature of the course, conducted in the state-of-the-art facilities of the Centre of Excellence, allowed participants to apply their newfound knowledge in real-world scenarios.

By investing in the training and development of its members, IBEW 993 demonstrates a commitment to maintaining the highest standards in generator construction and maintenance. As a result, the union is poised to emerge as an industry leader in Canada. The skills acquired during the course empower IBEW 993 members to handle complex generator projects with efficiency and precision, enhancing the union's reputation for excellence.

IBEW 993's proactive approach to education and skill development not only benefits its members but also contributes to the overall advancement of the Canadian electrical industry. The completion of this three-day generator construction course signifies a step towards a more robust and skilled workforce, solidifying IBEW 993's position as a key player in the future of generator construction and maintenance in Canada.

This first course ran for three days in November with Fredrich Christian De Mesa, Cale McCabe, and Bradley Lindenberger attending.