Frequently Asked Questions
"How much do your seminars cost?"
P3's Power Quality University Seminars are currently FREE of cost.
"Who can attend your seminars?"
P3's Power Quality University Seminars are designed for Electrical Contractors, Facility Managers, Network Specialists & Engineers, Data Center Managers or anyone responsible for power quality in your facility or facility designs, but anyone interested may attend.
"How do I know which credits a seminar offers?"
A seminar's available credits are listed at the bottom of each seminar description page, the printed brochure/invitation, and at the bottom of attendance certificates.
"Are your seminars just commercials for the products you sell?"
NO. Our seminars contain valid, up-to-date, industry related information that is kept as vendor neutral as possible.
"How do I get my attendance certificate?"
Within a few days of attending a PQU seminar, you will receive an email with the instructions on how to download your PQU attendance certificate. You must provide PQU with an email address to claim your PQU attendance certificate.
"Where can I find the calculators mentioned in the seminars?"
You can find a link to the calculators on the P3 website: Calculators
"Can I get a full sized version of the seminar slides?"
Within a few days of attending a PQU seminar, you will receive an email with the instructions on how to download the slides for the seminar you attended and your PQU attendance certificate.
"I attended a PQU seminar, but my credits are not on record. Why?"
Most PQU seminars are accepted for 3 IEEB Credits & BICSI RCDD Installer Hours. If your credits are not recorded it may because of one of these issues:
- PQU does NOT report attendees to any credit authority. Attendees must provide the proper credit authorities with proof of attendance (copy of attendance certificate) themselves.
- You did not provide PQU with an email address. All PQU communication is handled through email. You must provide PQU with an email address to claim your PQU attendance certificate.
- The PQU seminar you attended was not recognized by the credit authorizing authorities as acceptable for credit.
"Does PQU hold 'special request' seminars?"
Yes, if your company would like to sponsor a specific PQU seminar a PQU instructor can come to your location or host a seminar in one of our PQU classrooms.
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