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Maintenance and installation practices

Learn the theory behind technology and the practical application of how products are installed and maintained throughout their lifetime.

We focus on better futures

The Eaton Experience Centers provide resources that support contractors’ education with classroom and hands-on application training across a wide range of markets. With employment for electricians projected to grow 9 percent from 2016 to 2026 (U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics), we provide the education contractors need through classroom and hands-on application training across a series of markets — including oil and gas, commercial, residential, utility and industrial.

Cross-discipline training

We educate on products both tangible and intangible, such as drives versus software, across a wide range of applications. This allows the experience centers to offer a “one-stop shop” to train in a multitude of disciplines within maintenance and installation.

We provide:


Increase efficiency in the field

Productivity is critical on the job. We configure our environments to align to your operation and help you learn best practices for real energy savings. Our labs replicate maintenance issues seen in the field to offer an understanding of system operations for troubleshooting and to improve operations by addressing common mistakes.

Our flexible applications create countless scenarios for maintenance training. Training areas include best practices for preventive maintenance, commissioning, electrical system startups and quality assurance. Installation and maintenance training covers ANSI/NEMA and IEC applications, design and construction, repair and operations — and ensures safety is at the forefront of every project.

See projects from different viewpoints

Our training approach helps engineers and contractors understand aspects of projects they don’t typically work on, enhancing their overall electrical knowledge. We address areas that often take years to fully understand on the job — all in a real-to-life, secure environment. Engineers learn the physical aspects of equipment and wiring; contractors learn applications such as harmonics and surge protection.

Prepare for tomorrow, today

Learn how products are installed and maintained throughout their lifetime with detailed instruction on product functionality, application and up-to-date best practices.