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#209617 - 04/12/13 05:13 PM In need of an acceptable arc flach course
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I'm looking for as acceptable arc flash course. I have missed the march 26 ESA course in Windsor and was wondering alternative courses i can look to?Thanks

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#209725 - 04/21/13 01:18 PM Re: In need of an acceptable arc flach course [Re: frank]
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Over 1000 views and no one knows where I can get a course,even online?With that much interest you would think someone would have an idea.

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#209734 - 04/21/13 10:34 PM Re: In need of an acceptable arc flach course [Re: frank]
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I wonder if CSA would be doing one??

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#209782 - 04/25/13 05:53 PM Re: In need of an acceptable arc flach course [Re: frank]
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Registered: 06/07/06
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Look for the Electricity Forum web site. The periodically offer Arc Flash Courses.
Daniel Roberts from Schneider Electric is a standout in this field and offers about the best courses on Arc Flash for electrician I have taken. I don't know if he offers courses but I know he does teach some.

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#209783 - 04/25/13 06:29 PM Re: In need of an acceptable arc flach course [Re: frank]
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Thanks for your responses, i don't think CSA does them but will defiantly be looking into the Electricity Forum site and Schneider.

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