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Substation Maintenance I
February 6-10, 2017
Course 230 • 4.5 Days • 3.6 CEU • $1,935
Number of students: Max 12
This course provides an overview for apprentices, technicians and engineers responsible for the maintenance and testing of industrial and utility substations. Hands-on labs are a major part of this course to help the technician locate weak or faulty components in the substation systems. Course focus is on medium voltage circuit breakers (air and vacuum), battery banks and switchgear. The course is designed to aid skilled qualified substation maintenance technicians in the safe performance of substation component preventative maintenance.
NFPA 70E® 2015 Electrical Safety
February 22-23, 2017
Course 431 • 2 Days • 1.6 CEU • $825
Number of students: Limited only by space of classroom.
The course covers the requirements for working safely in an electrical environment and assists in meeting the mandated training requirements of OSHA 1910.332. OSHA specifically mandates employer assessment of generally recognized hazards in the workplace and provisions for protecting the employee from those hazards. Participants will receive the 2015 edition of the NFPA 70E and supporting OSHA regulations.
Protective Relay Maintenance, Basic
March 13-17, 2017
Course 137 • 4.5 Days • 3.6 CEU • $1,885 • Certification Course
Number of students: Max 8
The Protective Relay Maintenance Distribution course is an intensive, hands-on, lab oriented presentation. The participant will learn the basics of distribution protection combined with hands-on, realistic training on actual relays. Laboratory exercises will cover proper relay maintenance, specific test procedures, and detailed adjustment and calibration procedures utilizing state of the art relay test sets. Class participants will understand applicable NETA testing standards, what test result information should be recorded, and what hand tools are necessary for proper relay adjustment and calibration.