Visit us at Groundwater Week 2020
This year, National Groundwater Association's Groundwater Week is 100% virtual. We'll miss seeing you in-person this year, but we'd still love to connect. Register now to earn CEU credits with our 4 workshops, learn more about our products by viewing our 2 product demos, or get up to speed on what NGWA is doing to support continuing education in the groundwater industry by watching our Q&A panel. Register for free HERE.
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Earn CEU Credits
1. Select the Right Pump for Your Job: Vertical Lineshaft & Submersible Turbines
Presenter: Shane Wright, Franklin Electric Commercial Business Manager
Tuesday, Dec. 8 @ 12:00 PM EST
When looking for a pumping system to move high volumes of water in continuous- or long-run applications, where should you start? Learn the key advantages of these systems to increase performance and efficiency in your installations. During this workshop, discover how to identify the best solution for your customers' needs and expectations, while leveraging advancements in motor efficiency and drive technology.
2. Hey Hey PFAS Go Away -- The Forever Chemical That's Finite
Presenter: Stephen Hamilton, Franklin Electric Water Treatment Director of Sales
Tuesday, Dec. 8 @ 1:15 PM EST
We hear about it, it's all around us, but what to make of it? You, as the installer, can make a difference in the fight to make PFAs go away. This training covers an overview of PFAs, the problem with PFAs, an overview of guidelines and regulations, theoretical treatment technologies, and current PFA treatment. Finally, this course covers profit, duties, selling practices, installation, and remediation for the installer.
3. Smarter and Faster -- Tools to Manage Your Day-to-Day Operations
Presenters: Matt Hendrickson, Franklin Electric Senior Director, Global IT Applications
McLean Karr, Franklin Electric Global Manager, Business Strategy and Development
Tuesday, Dec. 8 @ 4:45 PM EST
Tools and apps can help your business scale capacity and reduce costs. Manage scheduling, book online, and send service reminders, track service trucks, take payments, elicit feedback from customers, and even integrate QuickBooks all on either a desktop or mobile device. This seminar will use Jobber, a service scheduling software, as one example to show what's available to the professional contractor for managing their business.
4. Things You Didn't Know You Could Do with a Variable Frequency Drive
Presenter: Tony Eisinger, Franklin Electric Senior Field Service Engineer
Wednesday, Dec. 9 @ 3:30 PM EST
VFDs give us a lot of flexibility other than just the standard constant pressure benefits. With fully functional VFDs, we can use advanced programming features, relays, and integration to accomplish creative control tasks to solve an issue in the field. This workshop will discuss examples of these unique applications and how VFDs accomplished the desired solution.
Learn About NEW Franklin Electric Products
1. Simple. Powerful. Introducing SubDrive Connect Plus
Presenter: Darol Hayse, Franklin Electric South Central Regional Manager
Thursday, Dec. 10 @ 3:00 PM EST
Don't waste your time with over-complicated variable frequency drives for constant pressure. Join our experts in the introduction of SubDrive Connect Plus as the newest member of the SubDrive family and learn how to select a simple, powerful drive for your pumping applications up to 30 hp.
2. Streamline Your Water Systems Setup with Cerus X-Drive
Presenter: Ryan Lauw, Franklin Electric Senior Product Manager, Global Large Drives & Panels
Friday, Dec. 11 @ 10:00 AM EST
Discover Cerus X-Drive's incredibly intuitive start-up experience with application-specific parameters. Designed for variable torque applications up to 700 hp, meet Franklin Electric's newest all-inclusive drive solution for a variety of markets.
Get Up to Speed with NGWA
A Chat with NGWA: Industry Insights into 2021
Panelist: Terry Morse, Chief Executive Officer, National Groundwater Association
Panelist: Travis Bradley, Director of Sales, US Groundwater, Franklin Electric
Panelist: Jim Hartmann, Regional Technical Service Manager, Franklin Electric
Host: Rachel Batdorff, Host/Moderator, Franklin Electric
Friday, Dec. 11 @ 12:15 PM EST
Are you wondering how to stay organized and up-to-date with the latest online training tools? Looking for options to grow and train your team? Curious about the state of continuing education in the groundwater industry? Look no further. During this session, we'll talk through questions and answers with the National Ground Water Association's CEO, Terry Morse.
Looking for more information on state credits? Visit the Groundwater Week 2020 site.