Our High Voltage Electrical Maintenance Training course is designed on the principle that your facility depends on electrical power to run profitably day in and day out. That’s why it makes sense to test your electrical equipment — prior to acceptance, and afterwards — to ensure safe, reliable operation. By performing regular maintenance tests you become aware of the hidden problems in your electrical system – before they become disasters. In effect, you may avoid expensive failures and unscheduled outages, and most importantly, personal injury.

The best way to ensure that your testing program meets all your maintenance objectives is by understanding and following
electrical maintenance testing standards developed and used by professional electrical testing organizations, such as NETA.
NETA (The International Electrical Testing Association) is recognized by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) as
an accredited standards developer and is an independent, third party electrical testing association dedicated to setting worldwide
standards in electrical maintenance and acceptance testing.

This High Voltage Electrical Maintenance Training course is designed to provide electrical maintenance personnel with the what, why and how of electrical maintenance testing. By reviewing electrical testing specifications developed by NETA, maintenance personnel  can create a maintenance program designed to meet your facility’s needs. It will also help them decide what can be done by in house personnel and what is best left to an accredited electrical testing professional.

• Session 1: Hv Insulation
• Session 2: Power Cables
• Session 3: Hv Power Transformers
• Session 4: Instrument Transformers
• Session 5: Hv Breakers And Switchgear
• Session 6: Circuit Breakers
• Session 7: Power Fuses
• Session 8: Protective Relays
• Session 9: Power System Co-ordination
• Session 10: Power System Starters
• Session 11: Electric Motors
• Session 12: Capacitors
• Session 13: Generators
• Session 14: Emergency Power Systems

• Introduction and Safety
• Schematic Diagram, System Feeding Arrangements and Interface with electric utility
• HV Switchgear, Circuit Breakers, Isolators, Switches and Transformers
• System Protection and Associated Equipment
• Identification of Electrical Hazards and use of PPE
• Switching and Communication Procedures
• Live Switching of Electrical Equipment
Management of the System under Normal and Fault Conditions

• Electrical engineers
• Electrical maintenance personnel
• Plant electricians
• Electrical contractors
• Power specialists
• Maintenance managers
• Consultants and technologists responsible for the
design, construction installation, inspection,
operation, or maintenance of electrical systems
• Electrical technicians
• Inspectors
• Safety personnel
• Other employees responsible for the operation and
maintenance of electrical systems in a
commercial, industrial, institutional or utility setting

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