At TE Connectivity (TE) we provide a wide range of electrical training courses across the globe for contractor, joint or lineman, engineer or maintenance supervisor. Our experts are always ready to help you learn how to install our electrical cable accessories and connectors. Trainings and certifications can be offered at either one of TE's centers of excellence across the world or at your site.
Online or in person, our experts can create a tailor-made presentation to help you choose the best solutions for your projects.
You can count on TE Connectivity and our MVPower contractors in case you have a need for performance over a long period of time. This partnership program couples up TE's competence in manufacturing leading quality cable accessories with qualified contractors in order to offer enhanced value to the final customer. TE only partners with expert contractors with solid track records of installing medium voltage - that is 5-35 kV electrical cable accessories.
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TE partners with customers to offer hands-on training in various parts of the world. In these centers, you have the opportunity to develop various skills such as cold applied joints and terminations set up, cable shrinking, resin joints installation, for underground electrical grid application.
TE’s Fuquay Varina, North Carolina location has an average of 4 hands-on training seminars every year. It is open to our customers, manufacturing representatives and distributors. The seminars are basically three days long. They are held in the classroom and extended to our customized Torch Lab where attendees get first-hand experience on how to install products.
In Gevrey-Chambertin, France, we hold training and assessments for installers who work on the ENEDIS low voltage and medium voltage networks.
The installers attain qualifications according to ENEDIS specifications PRDE G.5.2-02, and
PRDE G.5.2-01 under COFRAC* accreditation n° 4-0050 in line with the NF EN ISO/CEI 17024.
Nigeria’s power sector had been underinvested for several decades. Resulting problems include the dramatic insufficiency of infrastructure and a very low level of energy efficiency throughout the sector.
TE has partnered with the National Power Training Institute of Nigeria (NAPTIN) to help train local talent and develop skills of local installers. TE experts worked with NAPTIN’s trainers and provided technical training on the connectivity required to enable power systems. NAPTIN organized trainings sessions in some of its nine facilities in Nigeria. The partnership offers a comprehensive training for electrical professionals in Nigeria and other countries in West Africa.
*COFRAC Accreditation n°4-0050 available on www.cofrac.fr.