About the Program
This program is the second in a series of training classes on electric power systems. Each class is designed to provide an in-depth review of selected power systems components and operations covering both theoretical and practical approaches. Industry experts will cover up-to-date technical, practical, and operational points in each topic. Participants will enhance their understanding of electric power systems and learn practical solutions to common power system problems. Future classes will cover such topics as protection and coordination, substation design, per unit analysis and fault current analysis.
The 2011 program consists of three separate classes to be held on September 15, October 6 and October 27. Each class will run from 9 AM to 2:30 PM and will include a lunch. All classes will be held at the Chocksett Inn in Sterling, MA. (Directions at www.chocksettinn.com). Students may register for individual classes or all three.
Who Should Attend?
The program is designed for public power officials with bachelor’s or associate’s degrees in engineering, or experienced electric utility technicians who are familiar with basic trigonometry and algebra.
DAY ONE September 15
Fundamentals of Power Systems
DAY TWO October 6
Overhead and Underground Conductors and Devices
DAY THREE October 27
Transformers and Transformer Sizing
|| 1 class
|| $ 175
|| $ 475
||Non – Members
|| $ 250
|| $ 650
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Questions? Call Pat Hyland
(508) 482-5906 or email@example.com