To meet the increasing need for education on on-onsite power generation and lessen the load on its existing teaching pool, the Electrical Generating Systems Association (EGSA) is searching for new instructors for its on-site power generation schools. The deadline for contacting EGSA is Feb. 15.

Interested parties must have demonstrated expertise and knowledge of the topics they hope to teach and a minimum of 5 yr of experience working in that area. Previous experience teaching or instructing is preferred. Instructors will also be expected to attend and observe the session they plan to teach.

Now in their 20th year, the schools cover such topics as voltage regulators, engine/generator instrumentation and control, generator set application and installation, and automatic transfer switches.

For more information or to sign up, contact George Rowley, EGSA’s director of education by phone at (561) 750-5575 x212, or by email at