Fort Collins, Colorado (PRWEB) January 12, 2012
Enerdynamics, the leading provider of energy business acumen training, recently released its 2012 schedule of public energy training seminars designed to help energy professionals expand their knowledge of the business aspects of natural gas and electricity.
Cities for this year’s seminar lineup include New York, Houston, Chicago and Washington D.C. Each two-day, instructor-led seminar blends compelling graphics, interactive market simulations, and attendee participation to create a valuable and well-rounded learning experience. Each Enerdynamics instructor is both a skilled presenter and a subject-matter expert trained to clearly explain the complexities of the energy business. Attendees gain keen insights into how and why the electric or gas industry functions the way it does – insights that can be immediately deployed on the job to prosper in today’s uncertain energy environment.
Enerdynamics’ 2012 seminar schedule is as follows:
Gas and Electric Business Understanding
March 5-6, New York City
Electric Business Understanding
April 16-17, Chicago
May 23-24, Houston
October 15-16, Chicago
December 5-6, Washington D.C.
Electric Market Dynamics
March 7-8, New York City
October 17-18, Chicago
Gas Business Understanding
May 21-22, Houston
December 3-4, Washington, D.C.
Gas Market Dynamics
April 18-19, Chicago
A $200 early registration discount is offered to those who register at least three weeks prior to a course’s start date. With this discount applied, two-day classes are $1,190 per person. Additional discounts are available for those who “like” Enerdynamics’ Facebook page at http://www.Facebook.com/Enerdynamics.
For details on Enerdynamics’ public seminars including outlines of course content for each seminar, visit http://www.enerdynamics.com or call 866-765-5432.
Based in Colorado with a satellite office in Palm Springs, Calif., Enerdynamics was formed in 1995 to meet the growing demand for timely, dynamic, and effective business training in the gas and electric industries. Its comprehensive education programs focus on teaching companies’ employees the business of energy. And, while Enerdynamics’ core business is centered on instructor-led classroom training, it also offers books and online energy courses to allow for flexible training solutions for individuals and organizations. Visit http://www.enerdynamics.com for details.