Updates Made to Most Popular Online Energy Industry Courses

When you purchase or site license any of Enerdynamics’ online courses you are able to access, without additional fees, the periodic updates made to these courses. Enerdynamics recently updated its two most popular online courses: Gas Industry Overview and Electric Industry Overview (including Canadian and Global versions). These updates are important as the industry evolves rapidly. Within just a few short years, energy industry data including customer, economic, and even regulatory information can change dramatically. These are the type of updates now found in both courses.

If you have site licensed either course and are running the files on your LMS, Enerdynamics already has or will contact you soon with download information for the new files. If you purchased subscriptions that run on Enerdynamics’ LMS, any new starts to either course will refer to the updated version. Those employees who already started a course prior to the update will continue with the existing course.

Gas Industry Overview and Electric Industry Overview present comprehensive introductions to each industry and are ideal for new employees or those who need a better “big picture” understanding of the industry.

For a demo of Electric Industry Overview, click here or on the image below:

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For a demo of Gas Industry Overview, click here or on the image below:

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For more information on these updates or how to make these courses available to your employees, contact John Ferrare at jferrare@enerdynamics.com or 866-765-5432 ext. 700.

About Enerdynamics

Enerdynamics was formed in 1995 to meet the growing demand for timely, dynamic and effective business training in the gas and electric industries. Our comprehensive education programs are focused on teaching you and your employees the business of energy. And because we have a firm grasp of what's happening in our industry on both a national and international scale, we can help you make sense of a world that often makes no sense at all.
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