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April 2019

AGA Operations Conference

April 29 - May 3
Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center, 2800 Opryland Drive
Nashville, TN 37214 United States
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The annual AGA Operations Conference is the natural gas industry's premier gathering of natural gas utility and transmission company operations management from across North America and the world for the sharing of technical knowledge, ideas and practices to promote the safe, reliable, and cost-effective delivery of natural gas to the end-user. The Operations Conference is AGA's largest forum with regularly more than 600 operations management in attendance, including 80 speakers, and over 100 technical presentations that run the gamut of topics, such as gas measurement, operations advocacy, safety, environment, storage, engineering, construction and maintenance, gas control, supplemental gas, corrosion control and plastic materials. 2019 Exhibition The 2019 exhibition will be held in conjunction with the conference. The exhibition attracts approximately 250 domestic/international vendors occupying 50,000+ square feet of Exhibit Space, including large islands. For exhibit inquiries, please contact AGA Exhibit Management at aga@epponline.com.

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May 2019

NSC Northeast Safety Conference & Expo

May 1 - May 3
David L. Lawrence Convention Center, 1000 Fort Duquesne Blvd.
Pittsburgh, PA 15222 United States
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NC/SC Joint Utilities Coordinating Committee Conference

May 1 - May 3
Sheraton Myrtle Beach Convention Center Hotel, 2101 North Oak Street
Myrtle Beach, SC 29577 United States
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APGA Spring Board & Committee Meetings and Member Meetings on the Hill

May 5 - May 8
The Alexandrian, 480 King St.
Alexandrian, VA 22314 United States
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SGA/TGA Southwest Regional Gas Conference & Expo

May 7 - May 9
Sheraton Austin Georgetown Hotel & Conference Center, 1101 Woodlawn Ave.
Georgetown, TX 78628 United States
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What is it? Southwest Regional Gas Conference & Expo is your opportunity to learn technical skills and receive essential job and leadership training developed and facilitated by industry experts Who should attend? Natural gas operators - frontline employees, supervisors, managers & directors. Who will be there? Over 200 industry professionals, including consultants and 30+ exhibitors.

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$279

E3 System Administrator Training (ESAT)

May 7 @ 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
EWN Headquarters, 1210 US-287 BUS
Decatur, TX 76234 United States
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The E3 System Administrator Training provides EWN account holders with an opportunity to explore key tools, features, and components of the E3 system through a hands-on survey. OQ plan administrators will gain the knowledge to effectively oversee their OQ training program and fully utilize the E3 system and services.At the end of this course, the learner will be able to: identify the options to manage a user profile identify the steps involved in utilizing operator connections identify the steps involved in managing a task list identify the location to manage assignments identify the steps to submit evaluations identify types of reports available identify the tools available to the E3 user identify the steps to access qualification requirements identify the steps involved to organize tasks by groups and/or job titles Registration closes the Friday prior to this training event date. Payment is expected no later than two (2) days prior to the event date. A laptop is needed for this class, as it is interactive with the system. Please let support@energyworldnet.com know if you will not have one available so we can make arrangements to provide…

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Master Evaluator Certificate Program (MECP)

May 8 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Decatur Civic Center, 2010 W. US 380 , TX 76234
Decatur, TX 76234 United States
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The EWN Master Evaluator Certificate Program is designed to provide each evaluator with the most up-to-date principles and tools for conducting effective evaluations. Each class participant will have the opportunity to apply and practice these research-based principles and tools in a comfortable learning environment. This is achieved by participation and discussion of individual testing and performance observation techniques and by the practical application of actual evaluation tools. Participants will identify the requirements of 49 CFR 192 and 195 as it relates to written and performance evaluations, practice evaluation preparation techniques, perform an evaluation with proper documentation and maintain evaluation records. The Master Evaluator Certificate Program is a valuable asset to any company that wants to achieve consistency and exceptional quality in an evaluation program. At the end of this course, the learner will be able to: Define evaluation Define the role of the performance evaluation Identify significant events in energy history Identify EWN guidelines for Master Evaluators Identify steps to prepare for an evaluation Identify the role of the Master Evaluator Identify the rules for evaluators Identify the role of a proctor Identify and react to unacceptable performance during an evaluation Identify acceptable performance of the evaluator during an evaluation…

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Arkansas811 Damage Prevention Summit

May 15 - May 17
Embassy Suites – Little Rock, 11301 Financial Centre Pkwy.
Little Rock, AR 72211 United States
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$279

E3 System Administrator Training (ESAT)

May 21 @ 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
EWN Headquarters, 1210 US-287 BUS
Decatur, TX 76234 United States
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The E3 System Administrator Training provides EWN account holders with an opportunity to explore key tools, features, and components of the E3 system through a hands-on survey. OQ plan administrators will gain the knowledge to effectively oversee their OQ training program and fully utilize the E3 system and services.At the end of this course, the learner will be able to: identify the options to manage a user profile identify the steps involved in utilizing operator connections identify the steps involved in managing a task list identify the location to manage assignments identify the steps to submit evaluations identify types of reports available identify the tools available to the E3 user identify the steps to access qualification requirements identify the steps involved to organize tasks by groups and/or job titles Registration closes the Friday prior to this training event date. Payment is expected no later than two (2) days prior to the event date. A laptop is needed for this class, as it is interactive with the system. Please let support@energyworldnet.com know if you will not have one available so we can make arrangements to provide…

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Master Evaluator Certificate Program (MECP)

May 22 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Decatur Civic Center, 2010 W. US 380 , TX 76234
Decatur, TX 76234 United States
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The EWN Master Evaluator Certificate Program is designed to provide each evaluator with the most up-to-date principles and tools for conducting effective evaluations. Each class participant will have the opportunity to apply and practice these research-based principles and tools in a comfortable learning environment. This is achieved by participation and discussion of individual testing and performance observation techniques and by the practical application of actual evaluation tools. Participants will identify the requirements of 49 CFR 192 and 195 as it relates to written and performance evaluations, practice evaluation preparation techniques, perform an evaluation with proper documentation and maintain evaluation records. The Master Evaluator Certificate Program is a valuable asset to any company that wants to achieve consistency and exceptional quality in an evaluation program. At the end of this course, the learner will be able to: Define evaluation Define the role of the performance evaluation Identify significant events in energy history Identify EWN guidelines for Master Evaluators Identify steps to prepare for an evaluation Identify the role of the Master Evaluator Identify the rules for evaluators Identify the role of a proctor Identify and react to unacceptable performance during an evaluation Identify acceptable performance of the evaluator during an evaluation…

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