Staley Electric invests in employees with BIC training
UA - Pulaski Tech's Business and Industry Center (BIC) recently graduated four students from their eight-week custom Intro to Motor Controls course taught by the college's training specialist, Shaun Everest. This marks the 7th class Staley has utilized to upskill their workforce.
This customized course was developed through BIC’s customized training program which is specifically designed in partnership with the company to meet their specific needs. Working with Staley Electric, this course covered General Safety Overview, Manual Motor Control and Overload Protection, Control Transformers, Control Ladder Logic, Control Relays and Motor Starters, Intro to Troubleshooting, System Troubleshooting, and Reversing Motor Control.
“Our partnership with UA-PTC has been incredible! We are constantly looking for ways to invest in our employees through continuous training opportunities. The classes that UA-PTC has provided to our employees have complemented their current skillset and challenged them to think in new and creative ways. Shaun Everest is an excellent instructor and we have heard nothing but great things about his knowledge and expertise! Our employees have benefited greatly from the Staley Electric/UA-PTC partnership,” said Troy Lampley, Staley Electric Brand Manager.
This course offering is one of the many ways UA - Pulaski Tech is serving the workforce education needs of Central Arkansas. For additional information or to request custom training, visit www.uaptc.edu/bic/customized-training.
Pictured from left to right: Jesse Mitchell, Cody Raish, Wesley Smith, Adrian Lopez, and Shaun Everest.
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