Contractor training materials

Duke Energy takes its use of contractors, consultants and their personnel (including subcontractors) performing services for our company seriously, which is why they must complete the following training and read the following information. The completion of any required training and/or information will be the responsibility of the prospective contractor and their firm prior to performing any services at Duke Energy. Additional training may be required by your Duke Energy sponsor. 

Required for all contractors:

Required for contractors who work outdoors

The following documents must be reviewed by those contractors working more than 25% of their time outdoors:

Required for access to electronic or physical assets:

The following courses are required for unescorted access to Duke Energy’s electronic or physical assets: 

Required for contractors who want to become BYOPC (Bring Your Own PC) participants:

The following course is only required for contractors who wish to become BYOPC participants. By continuing the enrollment process for BYOPC after completing the CBT, you are by default accepting the End User Agreement, which is available as a link in the CBT.

Required for IT professionals supporting web-based applications:

The following course is only required for those IT professionals who will be providing services which include developing or supporting web-based applications:

Required for IT Data Centers access:

The following course is for contractors requesting access to Duke Energy’s IT Data Centers: 

As a reminder, contractors are not employees of Duke Energy, and the information and training provided should not be construed as creating an employment relationship between an individual worker and any Duke Energy entity. Contractors should bring any questions or concerns related to terms of employment, including any required training, to their employer, as appropriate, not to Duke Energy.

Required for Distribution Contractors Network Access:

The following course is required for Distribution 3rd Party Contractors who will be accessing the Duke Network for Submitting Requests.

Before arriving at Kings Mountain for in-processing, training and badging, it is important that contingent workers know Duke Energy’s pre-arrival and arrival expectations, such as dress code, documentation that needs to be completed beforehand and safety protocols. View the complete orientation presentation now.

Required for all nuclear contractors new to Duke Energy

The following form is required for all nuclear contractors new to working with Duke Energy or industry peers seeking unescorted access for the first time.

Workday In-Processing Form