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Over the past decade, SMDI has assisted in educating over 3,000 students in 25 different colleges on the safe handling and maintenance of steel utility poles. The majority of these students were educated through on-site SMDI-sponsored hands-on training workshops. SMDI continues to offer these complimentary workshops for qualified schools. In 2014, SMDI transferred more than 10 years' worth of knowledge and experience into a complete online training series titled "Essential Lineman Training: Working with Steel Utility Poles." This complete training program was developed in conjunction with the Metropolitan Community College of Omaha specifically for training colleges.
The online training is provided free of charge – and can be accessed via TalentLMS.
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To begin the online training, simply complete the following steps:
SMDI can provide a training module setup for your specific college or training center. This will allow the instructor to login to view which students completed the various segments and the scores they received on the quizzes at the end of each segment. (Note – students will still receive a Certificate of Completion via email without a setup specific to your college or training facility. However, instructors will not be able to see individual student scores on the quizzes). For more information, please contact Dan Snyder at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The aforementioned online training will offer students a comprehensive overview of steel utility poles for low-voltage applications. SMDI has also developed a more comprehensive program for instructors to utilize in order to offer students more in-depth training.
The package includes:
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If you belong to a qualified school and are interested in receiving a complimentary copy of "Essential Lineman Training: Working with Steel Utility Poles," please contact Dan Snyder at email@example.com