Eagan, MN (PRWEB) July 11, 2014
MEA and EnergyU are proud to announce that over 15 OQ CFR Part 192 courses have brand new robust content. Changes include improved adult interactive learning design and enhanced audio. Within the next year all 192 courses will be updated and new covered tasks will be added. These changes comply with the SCORM format for ease of use on a company’s internal LMS.
The courses are designed to comply with MEA’s Best Practices Program based on PHMSA recommendations. Additional enhancements include more frequent task simulations and interactivity to supplement the learning. New and additional content was added to reinforce the 192 regulations.
The following 192 training (e-TNG) and assessment (KNT) courses are updated:
EnergyU courses are accessed via the internet or through a company’s intranet. In addition, course content can be presented in a traditional classroom setting with a laptop and LCD projector for review and to discuss proper procedures. Courses are assigned, delivered, and tracked using either MEA’s or a company’s own learning management system (LMS). Every course offers a pre- and post-course knowledge test and recordkeeping feature. In addition, most courses have one or more Performance Evaluation Forms (PEF). The PEFs are designed for use in simulated hands-on training to determine if an individual has the knowledge and skills to perform a particular task. Courses are AICC and SCORM compliant.
Interested utilities, contractors, schools, and unions can obtain more information by visiting http://www.EnergyU.org or by contacting Tom Jackson at (651) 289-9600 x112; tomj(at)midwestenergy(dot)org.
MEA serves the people that deliver electricity and natural gas to homes and business. MEA (Midwest ENERGY Association) was founded as a trade association over 100 years ago by distribution utilities, whose vision was to improve safety and efficiency. Today, utility companies around the globe benefit from MEA's industry learning seminars, operations summits, and other events. Members collaborated to develop EnergyU, the world's premier online training and testing system for gas and electric distribution utilities.