Electrical testing and commissioning training for industrial power systems is essential to the safe start up of any electrical
system for the first time, regardless of its size, type or industry. It is a very special occurrence and poses some unique challenges
to electrical personnel. Inexperience and poor planning will inevitably result in prolonged delays in the start up which can lead
to costly productivity losses. This course provides invaluable information to anyone who wishes to know and understand the role
of Electrical testing, troubleshooting and commissioning of electric power systems. The importance of planning and preparation
for the project, from engineering to testing, troubleshooting and commissioning and eventual start up, will be emphasized. This
course deals with safety considerations and testing and start-up procedures for all the components of any electrical system. The
course leader will also offer useful guidelines on what to do when things go wrong during this phase of a project.

This course provides guidelines to anyone who wishes to know and understand the role of commissioning in a project, whatever its size. The importance of planning and preparation for the project, from engineering to commissioning and start up, will be emphasized. This
course includes the safety considerations in maintenance and testing procedures for all the components of any electrical system.

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS:
• Overview Of Electrical Testing Requirements
• Development of and electrical testing regime
• Time-Current Characteristics
• General System Design, Lay-out and Drawings
• Component Testing Procedures
• DC Voltage Testing Techniques
• Construction Site Consideration
• Commissioning Electric Power Systems
• Management of Start Up & Commissioning Projects
• Ensuring the system is working completely
• Substation Equipment Commissioning
• Ground Grid Design, Grounding (Step & Touch Potentials, Earth Resistivity, Bonding Resistance)
• Transformer Commissioning
• General Construction, Operation & Safety
• Circuit Breaker and Switchgear Commissioning
• Motors and Drive Systems
• Pre-energization checklists
• First energization procedures
• Final acceptance

LEARNING OBJECTIVES :
• Describe how to plan, control and implement commissioning of electrical systems
• Discuss the performance specifications, which can be economically verified
• Select among corrective, preventive and preventive maintenance for your electric power distribution system
• Explain the AC and DC testing of electrical equipment
• Specify the handover, acceptance and transition to operations
• Plan, design and implement a maintenance program with broadened knowledge from the course

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
• Design engineers
• Electrical engineers
• Commissioning and testing engineers
• Consulting engineers
• Electrical technologists
• Project managers
• Project engineers
• Plant managers
• Operating and maintenance personnel and all individuals involved in electrical equipment maintenance, testing and commissioning project execution.

Program Details: www.electricityforum.com/forums/testing-and-commissioning-onsite.html