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October

         Underground Power Design for Distribution Utilities 
         10/01 - 10/02       Hosted by: NHEC - Plymouth, NH

         Level 2, Power Line Design & Staking
         10/08 - 10/11       Hosted by: Cherryland EC - Grawn, MI

         Level 1, Power Line Design & Staking - Just Added!
         10/15 - 10/18       Hosted by: United Power - Brighton, CO

         Level 4, Power Line Design & Staking
         10/22 - 10/25       Hosted by: OAEC - Oklahoma City, OK

         Stage 6, Power Line Design & Staking (TVPPA)
         10/29 - 10/31   Hosted by: TVPPA - Nashville, TN



November

         Level 1, Power Line Design & Staking - ONLINE
         11/04 - 11/29   ONLINE

         Level 4, Power Line Design & Staking - new dates & location!
         11/05 - 11/08       Hosted by: VMDAEC - at SVEC in Rockingham, VA

  

December

         Level 4, Power Line Design & Staking - new location
         12/03 - 12/06       Hosted by: Marietta Power - Marietta, GA




 

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