To subscribe to the emailed PMM, or to inquire about advertising, call or email Kristine Weller, 312-626-2316. kweller at barks dot com.   

July 2017 looks at Arizona Electric, hiring and training military veterans, data collection, and more!

The July issue has staying power all year! It is distributed at trade shows throughout the year like CWIEME Chicago 2017 and AHR 2018. Best of all it comes with a 50% discount on a digital ad for placing a print ad in the issue (more in Advertising news).

Go inside Arizona Electric, opened and owned by a USA military veteran, and explore companies who hire and train veterans. The July issue also includes articles on the ADDIE training model, data collection, and so much more.

The July issue closes for advertising on June 15, 2017. 

Advertising News: Digital discount with July print ad

Discount and year-long presence in July theme issue!

An advertisement in the July Training theme issue goes a long way with distribution at every trade show after its publication including CWIEME Chicago 2017, WEFTEC 2017, and 2018 trade shows. The issue is also used in promotional mailings to potential new readers throughout the year along with the 16,000 July subscribers.

The July issue also offers advertisers another way to reach EA readers through a 50% discount on a digital ad in our weekly e-newsletter or monthly podcast.

Contact Kristine Weller at kweller at barks dot com or 312-626-2316 for more information or to reserve space in the July 2017 issue!

Upcoming Highlights – Arizona Electric

Assistant Editor Charlie Barks visited Arizona Electric in Tucson, AZ and shares the inspiring story of a U.S. military veteran who opened his own service shop that has grown in capabilities, size, and services since opening its doors.

More in July 2017: Vets in the industry and the ADDIE training model

Another feature article this month focuses on different companies–some colleges/trade schools, and a union–that all go above and beyond in the way they hire, train and treat veteran employees. Special Correspondent Selena Cotte also explores the the application process and resources for military veterans to make the most of their unique skills and experiences in the electromechanical industry.

Associate Editor Bill O’Leary explores the benefits and drawbacks of the ADDIE training model for employees in the July Electrical Manager article. The ADDIE training model was introduced by Florida State University and is the common framework that instructional systems are based on and describes the elements to training new employees.

Department News

More on the subjects that interest and inform EA readers! All new Safety and Health, Fast Forward, and Accounting for Business this monthEvery issue of Electrical Apparatus features the latest industry news in Business Briefs, Direct and Current, Training Briefs, Let’s Solve Your Problem, and more.Press releases and other material suitable for editorial consideration in our Departments and Columns may be emailed to eamagazine at barks dot com.

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