TEC Debuts School for Dispatchers
May 2, 2016
In response to association members’ requests, Texas Electric Cooperatives introduced a Dispatcher School in April at Houston County EC in Crockett. The four-day training course addresses the basic principles of dispatcher duties and responsibilities. Seventeen students attended the first class, taught by TEC Loss Control Specialist Ronnie Wiggins, and two more schools are tentatively scheduled for next year. For a full list of TEC training opportunities and conferences, visit the Events Calendar.
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