2021 Basic Electricity & Mathematics for Utility Operations
March 30, 2021 (8:00 am - 3:00 pm) | NEPPA Training Center (Littleton, MA )
NEPPA is pleased to continue offering a 1-day basic and technical prerequisite course for anyone looking to attend technical programs or to gain a basic understanding of electrical theory, concepts and mathematic principles.
NEPPA's Basic Electricity & Mathematics for Utility Operations course is scheduled to be held March 30, 2021 and August 10, 2021 at the NEPPA Training Center (200 New Estate Road, Littleton, MA 01460) as part of the first day of two other technical programs.
Basic Electricity & Mathematics for Utility Operations is designed to be an introduction to the electrical concepts and mathematic principles needed to understand electricity and electrical equipment. This course is a foundational level course that is a basis for additional course work in specific disciplines such as substation, overhead lines and metering.
Who Should Attend
Basic Electricity & Mathematics is designed for:
NEPPA Training Center
200 New Estate Road
Littleton, MA 01460
Agenda details are subject to change.
8:00 am Welcome & Introductions
8:15 am Module 1: Basic Electricity
9:45 am Break
10:00 am Module 2: Basic Mathematics
11:30 am Lunch
12:00 pm Module 3: Electric Power & Energy
1:00 pm Module 4: Electrical Safety
1:30 pm Module 5: Power System Overview
3:00 pm Adjourn
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There is no prerequisite for Basic Electricity & Mathematics for Utility Operations. This course is a basic, foundational course for NEPPA's technical training programs.
Registration fees include coffee and lunch each day. If you have any dietary or other restrictions, please note them on your registration.
Cancellations are accepted until Tuesday, March 16, 2021 or Tuesday, July 27, 2021 (or two weeks prior to the start of the class), respectively. Substitutions may be made at any time prior to the start of the class.
Thomas (Tom) Succi, Technical & Safety Trainer
Tom has worked in metering in New England for the past 48 years as a meter technician, instructor, engineer and manager. He has created instructional programs and taught in the region for most of his career and also ran the meter apprentice training for many years at National Grid as a Principal Trainer.
He recently retired as the Supervisor of Meter Test and Engineering at United Illuminating and looks forward to continuing his career as an instructor. Tom holds a BS and an AS in Engineering Technology as well as an advanced certificate in Management from WPI.
Tom and his wife Arlene currently reside in Connecticut.