Generac’s Virtual Engineering Power Symposium is a free event offering four 45-minute educational PDH and CEU awarding courses, from Generac’s Professional Development Seminar Series, covering generator sizing and code. Split between two days, this event will also have opportunities to hear from industry experts and participate in multiple live Q&A sessions. Concluding the event, Generac will be making a huge announcement that you won’t want to miss.
Awarding Continuing Education Credits The Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE), which sponsors the CEU/PDH units, accredited Generac’s Professional Development Seminar Series. MSOE was founded in 1903 on the basis of an educational philosophy that integrates two basic elements of learning: theory and practice. MSOE offers 20 Bachelor’s degrees and 10 Master’s degree programs in areas related to engineering, business, nursing and construction management. MSOE is well known for its close association with business and industry. In 2006, U.S. News & World Report ranked MSOE among the top colleges in Engineering Programs and Engineering Specialties.
MSOE requirements for earning continuing education credits include:
- A minimum acceptable attendance requirement
- Active class participation
- Pre-determined outcome(s) using student assessment tool(s)
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