Training Webinars

AEMC® training webinars provide educational knowledge that spans electrical, thermal and energy testing instruments and applications, industry best practices and standards, and overall safety protocols. Our webinars are presented by our team of professional engineers, product managers and technical personnel who use their field and industry experiences to improve your electrical testing understanding to help you avoid common mistakes and improve your overall testing quality and efficiency.

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Technical Training Webinars


AEMC® also offers 2-day–2½-hours per day special technical training webinar courses. AEMC® is a TEGG® authorized training company and has partnered with NETA (International Electrical Testing Association) that allows attendees to receive 4 NETA CTDs (Continuing Technical Development Credits) for attending and passing an exam from the live webinar.


Understanding Ground Resistance Testing – COMING SOON

A 2-day–2½-hours each day technical training seminar. This course will give you all the information you need to understand testing of grounding systems.

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Understanding Ground Resistance Testing webinar course

Understanding Insulation Resistance TestingCOMING SOON

A 1-day 2½-3hours technical training seminar. This course will give you all the information you need to understand insulation resistance testing.

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Understanding Insulation Testing webinar course

Informational Training Webinars (FREE)


AEMC®’s informational training webinars offer informative content on electrical, thermal and energy topics and are currently FREE and open to all.

  • All registrants will receive an email with a link to view the webinar one week prior to the live presentation date.
  • Each webinar is approximately 45-minutes long, followed by a 15-30-minute Q&A session.
  • During the presentation attendees can submit questions and as many as possible will be answered during the Q&A sessions. Questions not answered will be responded to after the webinar closes.

Continuity and Bond Resistance Testing

October 13, 2021 — 11am (EST) | 8am (PST)

A 45-minute free informational webinar.

Electricians and others are frequently asked to check a wire connection or the connection between metal parts such as those used to connect structural parts of a building or battery bank connections. While this seems quite simple, it is more involved than one would think. This Webinar will investigate the difference between continuity testing and bond testing and explains various measuring techniques. Special requirements of Bond Testing are explained, and several examples are cited.

The presentation will discuss:

  • Continuity vs bond
  • Bond resistance testing
  • Construction and operation of Kelvin Probes
  • Evaluations of Bond Testing measurements

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Continuity and Bond Resistance Testing

Measuring Ground Resistance of Large Grids and Ground Mat Integrity Testing

This Webinar has been rescheduled to:

August 25, 2021 — 11am (EST) | 8am (PST)

A 45-minute free informational webinar.

Bigger Ground Grids such as those of larger buildings and utility sub-stations present challenges in determining the resistance to ground of the structures. This 45-minute webinar examines the differences between these systems, other grounding techniques and why the differences make testing such a challenge.

The presentation will discuss:

  • Fall-of-Potential Testing and alternatives
  • Difference between Large Grids and other systems
  • Consideration for Integrity testing as an alternate to high current testing
Measuring Ground Resistance of Large Grids and Ground Mat Integrity Testing

Beyond the Basics of Power Quality - COMPLETED

June 9, 2021 — 11am (EST) | 8am (PST)

A 45-minute free informational webinar.

This webinar builds on the information provided in the Introduction to Power Quality webinar previously conducted. Power Quality is a broad topic covering many easily understood concepts and those much more difficult to visualize or understand. This 45-minute webinar will explore and explain the more complicated and most frequent Power Quality issues. Attendees should have a basic knowledge of a sine wave, energy, and power for both single phase and three phase networks.

The presentation will discuss:

  • Power Factor
  • Harmonics
  • Transients
  • Types of Power Systems
  • Equipment requirements for Monitoring Power Quality
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Introduction to Power QualityCOMPLETED

April 14, 2021 — 11am (EST) | 8am (PST)

A 45-minute free informational webinar.

Power Quality is an important part of any electrical operation.  From the copier in your office to the operation of a large manufacturing facility, the delivery of a stable energy source is critical.  As technology and automation advances, sensitive electronic equipment can be affected by problems associated with the source of their energy.  This 45-minute webinar will explore the basics of power and the delivery from the generator to your equipment.  Various ways of distributing power and some of the basic problems will be reviewed.  This class would a good starting point for anyone interested in understanding power, power quality, and techniques for observing its effects.

The presentation will discuss:

  • Power Quality basics
  • How Power is delivered
  • What is Phase Angle and why is it important to know
  • Types of Power Systems
  • What equipment is needed to monitor Power Quality problems

Remote Power Monitoring and NEC 220.87COMPLETED

February 10, 2021 — 11am (EST) | 8am (PST)

A 45-minute free informational webinar.

Energy and Power are critical elements of any commercial or Industrial operation. The industry has seen many changes in technology over the past 5 years that make remote monitoring of these parameters easier than ever before.   This 45-minute webinar will explore the newest technologies and their impact. Installation, access, and retrieval of Power and Energy information will also be covered along with compliance to National Electrical Code article 220.87 associated with electrical expansion.

The presentation will discuss:

  • Using the internet to access a product
  • Installing the meter
  • Accessing the meter from a report site
  • Downloading Data
  • Reviewing Power and Energy recording
  • Purpose and requirements of NEC 220.87

Insulation ResistanceCOMPLETED

December 9, 2020 — 11am (EST) | 8am (PST)

A 45-minute free informational webinar covering.

The proper method of testing the quality of insulation is often misunderstood. Proper periodic testing will ensure operator safety and equipment longevity. This webinar will discuss the concept of testing the quality and safety of insulation on motors, transformers, cables and other devices. This 45-session will review the reasons for testing, the causes of failure and the different test techniques to use and when to use them.

The presentation will discuss:

  • Why Test
  • What causes insulation failure
  • Principles of measurement
  • Test methods

Measuring Energy & Power COMPLETED

October 14, 2020 — 11am (EST) | 8am (PST)

A 45-minute free informational webinar covering what power and electrical energy, load resistive, load inductive and load capacitive is, why and how to monitor it, why record it and what products on the market can help you do this.