Despite the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, Curtis Power Solutions’ Lunch & Learn sessions for our engineering partners have continued throughout Spring 2020 via Zoom meetings. These sessions, which last approximately one hour and are offered by request, are conducted by members of the Curtis Power Solutions engineering team.
Curtis’s engineering partners must have their Maryland professional engineering licenses renewed every two years. Engineers who depend on continuing education unit (CEU) credits to accomplish that goal have found that ways of obtaining CEUs have been limited by the pandemic, as professional development hours normally are obtained through in-person workshops and other trainings. Participation in our virtual sessions proves valuable to engineers because they each earn .1 CEU credit, equal to 1 professional development hour (PDH).
Up to 100 participants per session can expect to learn about a variety of topics, including Understanding Generator Readings, Design and Installation Considerations, Generator Sizing and Specification Rating, Gas Powered Unit Installation Considerations, Biogas Applications, CHP Best Practices, CHP Feasibility Essentials, and Enclosure and Container Solutions.
Some notable Maryland engineering firms that have participated include Morrison Hershfield, RMS Engineering, Leach Wallace, and KCI Engineering.
These valuable Lunch & Learn sessions are just another way Curtis Power Solutions continues to support the engineering community throughout the COVID-19 crisis. If your company would like to schedule a virtual Lunch & Learn session with Curtis, contact Gage Ealey, Power Systems Application Engineer, at 443-465-0812 (cell), 1-800-573-9200 x 5559 (office) or email@example.com.