New FlexNet Customers

Core Curriculum Overview:

  1. The Introductory Series – Understanding Your New Solution
    Recommended for all customer personnel, this sequence of educational modules provides a simplified overview of the FlexNet® communication network. The series reviews the roles and responsibilities typical for effectively managing the FlexNet® as well as  the major components and software applications which comprise the FlexNet®. The modules, presented in particular order, educationally build upon themselves and are designed to be beneficial to management, office, and field personnel alike.
  1. The Role Based Series – What You Need to Know
    This instruction is presented by professional educators with years of field service to help the customer understand what they should be doing during the first 3-6 months of initial deployment, on a daily basis, to ensure a successful rollout. Students are provided a simplified process checklist of daily actions and tasks, as well as intuitive and easy to understand student guides that can be used as desktop references long after the instructor has gone.
  1. Lifetime Access to Sensus Training website.
    Customers will find a wide array of education solutions including self-paced eLearning, videos and job aids which cover the fundamental tasks required to monitor the FlexNet network in an Advanced Metering Infrastructure environment.

*Customer Note 1: The purpose of core instruction is to provide system overviews and familiarize the customer with the FlexNet®, its various components and supporting software.  It is unrealistic to believe this educational package, following its delivery in its entirety, will make experts of team members in your utility.  As with any network based solution, comprehensive understanding of features, capabilities, and options can only come over time and with more specific and focused education based upon you specific needs.

*Customer Note 2: The focus at Sensus is to educate customers on the processes required to be successful through class presentations and demonstration. Because of this, a traditional hands-on training approach for all class students is deemphasized to allow for more time to be spent on important information as step-by-step instructions are included in the student materials.