Our Electrical Protection and Control training course will bring students a better understanding of their electrical system protection network, as it pertains to steady-state
load, and electrical fault conditions.

Large or small, each and every industrial, commercial and institutional organization needs to understand how to protect their
investment in their electric power systems. To do this properly, they need to know how to perform an analysis of all the parts
of their power system: such as analyse fault data, come up with protection settings, then get all of the components of their
plant to be controlled by the operators who are responsible for integrating their power system into communication and data
acquisition modes.

Students will be learn the essentials of electrical protection design, relay coordination, and fusing fundamentals, breaker fundamentals.

Students will be provided with an understanding of digital protective relaying, as we go through practical examples of
generator, feeder, motor, and transformer electrical protection.

• Session 1: Power System Faults
• Session 2: Short Circuit Theory
• Session 3: Fault Studies
• Session 4: Components Of Power System Protection Schemes
• Session 5: Current Transformers (cts) & Voltage Transformers (vts)
• Session 6: Coordination Of Electrical Protection Schemes
• Session 7: Feeder Overcurrent Protection
• Session 8: Transformer Protection
• Session 9: Motor Protection
• Session 10: Generator Protection

• Gain valuable experience in utility and industrial electrical system analysis, protection, control, communication, and automation
• Learn the latest trends in evolving electrical protection standards, design methods, and new technologies
• Gain Valuable knowledge of electrical power system analysis and short circuit calculations,
time current coordination curves, fusing fundamentals, and more!!
• Learn how to keep your electrical system engineers, operators and project managers on track by using the latest relay protection techniques.

• Industrial, commercial, institutional electrical engineers,
and technologists
• Consulting Electrical Engineers
• Project engineers
• Design engineers
• Field technicians
• Electrical technicians
• Plant operators
• Plant engineers
• Electrical supervisors
• Managers in charge of plant communication infrastructure

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