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Course Schedule and Topics
Each in-depth learning module will be held from Noon – 4 p.m. Eastern (with two 15-minute breaks). Attendees will receive electronic materials in advance of each session and will participate in group discussions, Q&A sessions, and work through real-world examples. After each session, apply what you learned by working independently on practical line design application exercises.
June 16: Part 1
June 17: Part 2
June 18: Part 3
June 23: Part 4
June 24: Part 5
June 25: Part 6
Ted Dimberio, P.E.,
in an accomplished engineer with over 40 years of experience in
electric and telecommunication line design. He is currently President
and CFO of Utility Line Design and President of Line Design University.
Ted has worked in all capacities of line design including field staking,
construction supervision, management, and consulting. He has been an
industry leader in developing engineering software for electric
distribution utilities that auto-generates profile drawings and required
line design calculations to verify and document engineering decisions.
Ted received his civil and structural engineering education from Mesabi
State Junior College and the University of Minnesota. He is a registered
Professional Engineer in the states of Minnesota and Wisconsin.
Intermediate/Advanced: No prerequisites; some advance preparation (complete a pre-course survey). While there is review of topics in APPA’s Overhead Distribution course, this program is more focused on the critical aspects of overhead line design and provides the opportunity to learn by using software in the application of design principles to a wide range of practical design cases.
The following continuing education credits will be provided, after successfully completing each of the six sections. Completion certificates will be emailed out within two days of each live event. These classes will be recorded, though certificates can only be awarded to those who participate in a live event.
Per Session: Recommended CEUs .4/PDHs 3.5/CPEs 4.2 (all six: CEUs 2.4/PDHs 21/CPEs 25.2)
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
This workshop has value for those who work at all levels of overhead distribution line design including:
Participants are required to have a copy of the 2017 National Electric Safety Code® (ANSI C2-2017) on hand to review during the course. Hard copies and electronic version can be purchased from IEEE (www.ieee.org; 800/701-4333).
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