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Protec's Learning Management System (LMS) contains 70+ possible NETA CTDs and NICET CPDs!  You can earn credits via self-paced eLearning through an annual subscription. All NETA-level technicians must renew their certification with continuing education.  A NETA 2 will need 24 CTDs and a NETA 3 or 4 will need 48 CTDs.  We can help you achieve your renewal, contact us for more information and pricing for access to our LMS.  If you are an individual looking for credit, or if you are a manager looking to help your techs maintain their status (or even level up!), we can help!


Understanding that companies spend a great deal of resources, time and money on training, our goal is to develop and deliver relevant educational offerings that are practical and flexible.  Many of our clients come from the services industry and we understand the challenges that are placed on maintaining a balance between field utilization/demand, resources, and conventional classroom training.


Fortunately, computers, mobile devices and the internet have revolutionized the way we do things.  Aside from making it easier for us to communicate, gather information and shop, they provide a convenient and effective way to learn by taking advantage of eLearning. eLearning helps individuals who may otherwise find it difficult to attend classes through a more traditional route.  Online learning provides an avenue to expand knowledge, skills and career advancement while keeping up with busy schedules.


Protec's training philosophy is to take advantage of technology and roll out flexible learning opportunities.  eLearning solutions include:


  • Self-Study Computer-Based Training (CBT)
  • Webinars




Electrical Safety



Electrical safety training offerings are based on OSHA and NFPA-70E requirements and guidelines as well as Canadian, OHS and CSA Z462.


Electrical safety training requirements applies to employees exposed to an electrical hazard when the risk associated with that hazard is not reduced to a safe level by the applicable electrical installation requirements. Such employees shall be trained to understand the specific hazards associated with electrical energy. They shall be trained in safety-related work practices and procedural requirements, as necessary, to provide protection from the electrical hazards associated with their respective job or task assignments.


Retraining in electrical safety-related work practices and applicable changes in industry standards such as NFPA-70E and CSA Z462 shall be performed at intervals not to exceed 3 years.




Electrical Fundamentals



All too often personnel must jump right into electrical maintenance with no training or with minimal on-the-job training that skips the fundamentals.


Without a solid foundation on the fundamentals the result may be technicians performing tasks without understanding the reason why or the implications of changes they are making on electrical circuits or equipment. This can lead to unsafe activities and damage to electrical equipment.


At a minimum, technicians should demonstrate technical proficiency in electrical fundamentals before performing any work on electrical circuits or equipment.


Electrical Maintenance



Inherent in the determination of electrical equipment's serviceability is the prerequisite that individuals performing the tests can evaluate the test data and make an informed judgment on the continued serviceability, deterioration, or non-serviceability of the specific equipment.

The Electrical Maintenance Program consists of eLearning courses complete with student workbooks in the following categories:


  • Battery
  • Cable
  • Circuit Breaker
  • Electrical Distribution Systems
  • Protective Relay
  • Rotating Machines (Motors & Generators)
  • Transformers
  • Diagnostic Testing
  • Partial Discharge (Online and Offline Methods)

Computer-Based Training

Computer-Based Trainings (CBTs) help companies and individuals who may otherwise find it difficult to attend classes through a more traditional route.  CBT learning provides and avenue to expand knowledge, skills and career advancement while keeping up with your busy schedules.


  • Eliminate personnel travel time and associated expenses
  • Log in and take classes around your busy schedule
  • Offers privacy of learning while maintaining instructional consistency
  • Ideal for workers who require basic skills training or refresher training
  • Fulfill prerequisites prior to attending classroom courses
  • Engage workers through ongoing reinforcement of knowledge and training
  • Each session offers NETA Continuing Technical Development (CTD) credits


Training offerings are offered as:


  • Single User
  • Subscription-based, or
  • Site Licenses





Our FREE monthly webinars feature both live and recorded educational topics of interest to electrical professionals.  Webinars offer continuing education opportunities, including NETA CTDs.  Our webinars are held monthly on the 3rd Thursday of the month, in include topics such as:


  • Medium Voltage Cable Testing & Diagnostics
  • Static Testing of Rotating Machines
  • Sweep Frequency Response Analysis
  • Busway Systems
  • System Grounding Methods
  • Battery Testing
  • Partial Discharge Testing
  • Medium Voltage Cable Fault Locations
  • Transformer Turns Ration (TTR) Testing
  • Transformer Excitation Current Testing


NETA Corporate Alliance Partner


PEARL Member

NCSLI Member