Recent and current data supports the fact that there are many E&I failures that are not the result of the system and/or the device but rather were created using current assembly and installation methodologies / practices. Additionally, according to the United States Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics, the job outlook for electricians is expected to grow by a whopping 20 percent between 2012 and 2022. This significantly exceeds the average growth for all occupations. Emerging technology related to all areas of power generation, distribution and deployment of electrical motors will challenge electricians in new and exciting ways. Electricians and technicians will be increasingly tasked to install,maintain and repair critical equipment. An ever widening knowledge gap is forming in the skill levels of the current workforce and in the upcoming replacements for those experienced workers that will impact production and ongoing operations.