In 1967, Hoosier Energy’s Franklin Training Center site was just a simple concrete block building full of mice that couldn’t be used for its intended purpose – a primary substation powered from Napoleon – because new regulations restricted power line construction in the area. Co-op leaders were dreaming of a training program to ensure line workers had the skills and knowledge they needed to keep themselves and others safe on the job.
The Hoosier Energy Apprenticeship and Training Safety (HEATS) Program celebrates its 45th year.
The Hoosier Energy Apprenticeship and Training Safety (HEATS) Program is celebrating its 40th graduation this year.
The Hoosier Energy Apprentice Training and Safety (HEATS) program honored the 39th graduating class on Nov. 2 at the French Lick Resort.
Leaders of the Hoosier Energy Apprenticeship Training and Safety (HEATS) program honored the 38th graduating class on Oct. 20 at the French Lick Resort.