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Electrical power distribution products and safety training

Electrical safety, power quality, electrical analysis, and OSHA and NFPA 70E training conducted by qualified engineers who perform thousands of power systems, power quality and arc flash analyses each year, as well as sit on IEEE and other industry boards to help develop safety standards.

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Available CEUs and PDHs

Core features

  • Workshops, seminars and classes taught by experienced, qualified, power system engineers (see options tab)
  • Instructors actively participate in IEEE and related industry boards that write standards
  • Working instructors who perform thousands of arc flash, coordination and power quality studies each year
  • Earn CEUs and PDHs from most classes
  • General and customized training available
  • Hands-on training at one of two world-class power systems experience centers

World-class training facilities

Located in Warrendale, PA and Houston, TX, our market-specific demonstration centers empower training attendees to experience products within a solution-based application. With applications that step attendees through the power management process from generation all the way down to the receptacle, Eaton Power System Experience Centers focus on “pulling back the curtain” to provide an opportunity to see the impact of projects from a broad perspective and dive into operation of products, understanding the design, technology and installation practices of a product within that application.

Meet our instructors

Eaton’s electrical products and safety workshops, seminars and classes are conducted by electrical safety, power quality, electrical analysis and OSHA and NFPA 70E trained engineers who perform thousands of power systems, power quality and arc flash analyses each year, as well as serve on IEEE and other industry boards to help develop safety standards. Instructors may include:

Daniel P. O'Reilly

Dan O’Reilly 

Daniel P. O’Reilly has 32 years of power system experience involving power quality and grounding investigations of industrial and commercial power systems. He has also performed short circuit, protective device coordination and arc flash studies for all types of industrial and commercial customers. He teaches classes related to power quality at Eaton and electrical engineering classes at Point Park University where he is an adjunct professor in the evenings. He holds a patent for Variable Neutral Impedance for Multi-source Systems.  Dan is a member of IEEE.

Thomas J. Dionise

Tom  Dionise

Thomas J. Dionise, PE has 36 years of power system experience involving analytical studies and power quality investigations of industrial and commercial power systems.  He regularly teaches classes and seminars on topics related to power quality, harmonics and transient analysis. He has co-authored 40 technical papers on various power quality topics, many of which have received prize paper awards. In 2019 he was elevated to IEEE Fellow for contributions to the mitigation of transients and harmonics in power systems. He is active in many IEEE endeavors, including serving as Past Chair of the Metal Industry Committee, and member of the Generator Grounding Working Group.

Don Wareham

Don Wareham 

Don Wareham is a Field Application Engineer for Eaton in the Power Systems department. Don is a graduate of Penn State University with a degree in Electrical Engineering, and obtained his MBA from the University of Pittsburgh. Don started his career with Westinghouse as a large power transformer design engineer. He has been with Eaton for the past 26 years and has had assignments as a power transformer design engineer, marketing engineer for the large power transformer business, application engineer for the recloser product line and for the last 20 years, has been a field application engineer. As a field application engineer, Don’s role is supporting customers in the Mid-Atlantic states on Eaton Cooper Power series products such as reclosers, regulators, capacitors, arresters, fuses through both training classes and application support.

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