IEEE Spokane Section

IEEE
March 28th, 2015

The Spokane Section of the IEEE is excited to announce Mike Holt is returning to Spokane for his very popular 2-day seminar “Changes to the NEC® 2104″  

 

Check out Mike’s message to us:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IVlYl89kG5o

 

Electrical professionals have the responsibility to ensure a safe Code-compliant system that is designed, installed, and inspected to meet the hundreds of significant changes contained in the 2014 NEC®. Your knowledge about the 2014 NEC® is critical for your success so attend this program and get an edge on your peers and competitors.

Mike will bring you an accurate, in-depth coverage of the most important 2014 Changes to the NEC® in a fun and dynamic manner. This is a ‘must attend’ program if you are an electrician, contractor, engineer, designer, or plant/facility maintenance person.  Mike Holt is committed to provide the student an opportunity to participate in an interactive environment, which addresses the technical and practical issues of applying the 2014 NEC. This training program is designed to cover the subject in such a way that it can be applied by the students work habits immediately with increased proficiency, safety and efficiency.

 Students will receive the following items: 

  • A copy of Mike’s Changes to the NEC 2014 textbook (List $59) 
  • Continuing Education Certificate (16 hours)
  • Lunch and refreshments throughout the day

Each student should come to the seminar with pencils, pens, paper, and a highlighter. A copy of the 2014 National Electrical Code book (not provided) is recommended, but not required.

 

Early Registration Pricing (effective until May 11, 2015):

IEEE Member – $335.00

Non IEEE Member – $400.00

 

After May 11, 2015 Registration:

IEEE Member – $385

Non IEEE Member – $450

 

Group Rates:

3 people = 15% off registration

5 or more = 20% off registration

**Group rates: please contact Amy at asmock@popud.org forregistration.

 

If you would like to pay by check, please contact Amy at asmock@popud.org for registration.

 

Accommodations:

This event will be held at the beautiful Red Lion Hotel at the Park in Spokane, WA.  A limited number of hotel rooms have been blocked for this event at a discounted rate until Monday, May 11th.  Individual discounted reservations can be made at this website:

https://reservations.redlion.com/ibe/details.aspx?hotelID=13746&langID=1&group=INST0608&hgID=280&dt1=5638&nights=2&rooms=1&adults=1&child1=0  

After May 11th, please visit: http://www.redlion.com/ for reservations.

 

If you need a certificate for CEU’s, please make note in the comments section of registration which state you will need the certificate.  If you are outside WA, ID or OR, please notify us as soon as possible. Due to state requirements, if notice is not given in adequate time, we are unable to guarantee CEU certificates.  Refund for this seminar will be given if we are unable to obtain CEU credit for your state (outside of WA, ID or OR) by May 11th, 2015.  No guarantees or refunds will be given after May 11th, 2015.  

 


March 21st, 2015

“I’m on my third credit card, how about you?”

How many times have you had to get a new credit card in the last 12 months? Without a doubt, the last year has been a nightmare for consumers and companies alike. Department stores, thrift shops, sandwich makers, hospitals and DIY retailers have all felt the wrath of hackers. In this lively discussion, Intrinium’s Stephen Heath will give you an overview of how the year’s most high profile hacks happened, who we think did them, an insider’s look at the methods used, and what can be done to protect yourself and your organization.  Stephen has over a decade of experience in the IT Security space across all sectors performing penetration testing, compliance auditing, data forensics, system management, and security remediation. Stephen is also a graduate of Eastern Washington University with both a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science in Computer Science.

 

Click Here to Register

To celebrate the new year, IEEE Spokane Section is pleased to announce prizes for those that Register and Attend Technical Seminars! For now, the prizes will be a gift card at a store or online merchant, but we're open to other suggestions! Register at the above link, attend the event! Because of the limited seating we instituted a cap, so please: only register if you plan to attend.

March 21st, 2015

ExCom meeting at Trindera


March 21st, 2015

ExCom meeting at Trindera


January 31st, 2015

This practical introduction to Arc Flash will cover:

  • Electrical and Arc Flash Hazards and levels
  • Arc Flash injuries and how to avoid them
  • Employer and Worker responsibilities
  • Arc Flash analysis methods
  • Personal Protective Equipment

Presenter: Dan Van Wormer has spent 20 years in industrial electrical maintenance coordinating power distribution systems, fault troubleshooting and repair, arc flash mitigation, new equipment startups, and equipment maintenance.

 

Click Here to Register

To celebrate the new year, IEEE Spokane Section is pleased to announce prizes for those that Register and Attend Technical Seminars! For now, the prizes will be a gift card at a store or online merchant, but we're open to other suggestions! Register at the above link, attend the event! Because of the limited seating we instituted a cap, so please: only register if you plan to attend.

December 16th, 2014

World famous engineer Dean Kamen, noted inventor of the Segway, holds more than 440 patents, and is a recipient of the US National Medal of Technology. Of all his accomplishments — including his hundreds of bio-medical inventions — his personal favorite is his creation to assure the future of engineering itself: educational competitive robotics, as developed by Kamen 25 years ago in 1989. The upcoming IEEE Spokane presentation, on Wed evening Jan 21, will describe the excitement of current robotics competitions from an insider’s perspective, beginning with “what is competition robotics” — and continuing with a profile of key upcoming robotic events in the Spokane area. The presentation will include a description of the engineering aspects of robotics, then address the question: “how can the Spokane area regional engineering community participate and help with the upcoming and ongoing robotics events?.” Featured speaker Dr Dale Garraway, who holds a PhD in mathematics from Dalhousie University in Nova Scotia, is a highly experienced veteran robotics volunteer and leader in the Spokane region, and is now Chair of the Spokane regional competition robotics planning committee. He is also a popular professor of mathematics at EWU, with contemporary graph theory among his research interests. He will be assisted in his presentation by Dr Steve Simmons, EWU CS professor and IEEE Computer Chapter Chair.

 

Click Here to Register

To celebrate the new year, IEEE Spokane Section is pleased to announce prizes for those that Register and Attend Technical Seminars! For now, the prizes will be a gift card at a store or online merchant, but we're open to other suggestions! Register at the above link, attend the event! Because of the limited seating we instituted a cap, so please: only register if you plan to attend.

December 3rd, 2014

Have you thought about wanting to be more involved in IEEE Spokane? Now is your chance! If you would like more information on what our Executive Committee does or how events are planned for IEEE Spokane, come to our next meeting – December 10th at 5:30 p.m. for an informal informational meeting.

*Please enter building from the south side.

 

Click Here to Register

To celebrate the new year, IEEE Spokane Section is pleased to announce prizes for those that Register and Attend Technical Seminars! For now, the prizes will be a gift card at a store or online merchant, but we're open to other suggestions! Register at the above link, attend the event! Because of the limited seating we instituted a cap, so please: only register if you plan to attend.

December 3rd, 2014

Have you thought about wanting to be more involved in IEEE Spokane? Now is your chance! If you would like more information on what our Executive Committee does or how events are planned for IEEE Spokane, come to our next meeting – December 10th at 5:30 p.m. for an informal informational meeting.

*Please enter building from the south side.

 

Click Here to Register

To celebrate the new year, IEEE Spokane Section is pleased to announce prizes for those that Register and Attend Technical Seminars! For now, the prizes will be a gift card at a store or online merchant, but we're open to other suggestions! Register at the above link, attend the event! Because of the limited seating we instituted a cap, so please: only register if you plan to attend.

December 3rd, 2014

ExecCom meeting at Trindera


December 3rd, 2014

ExecCom meeting at Trindera