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Electrical and Power Engineering Training Courses

Electrical and Power Engineering Training

Course Name

Commissioning, Testing and Startup Of Electrical Systems

Earthing, Bonding, Lightning and Surge Protection Of Electrical Systems and Equipment

Electrical Equipment In Hazardous

Hazardous Area Classification

LV MM HV Circuit Breakers (Switchgear) Inspection, Maintenance, Design, Repair

Advanced Power Transmission Technologies

Practical Distribution Transformers - Operation and Maintenance

Sizing, Selecting, and Applying Process Control Valves

Boiler Control and Burner Management Systems

Condition Monitoring Of Power System Equipment

Earthling Of Utility and Industrial Distribution System

Electrical Equipment Installation Control Systems - Commissioning Testing

Start Up Of Electrical System

High and Medium Voltage Substation Design, Testing and Maintenance

Maintenance and Troubleshooting Of UPS Systems and Battery Power Supplies

Power and Power Stations (Design, Installation and Maintenance)

Practical Grounding, Bonding,Shielding and Surge Protection

Solar Power System Theory and Maintenance

Certified Control Systems Technician (CCST)

Circuit Breakers and Switchgears Inspection, Maintenance, Design, Repair

Distribution Overhead Transmission Line Equipment

Electrical Engineering Practices For Facilities Engineer

Fundamentals Of Electrical Systems

Industrial Process Measurement and Control

Operation and Maintenance Of Circuit Breakers and Switchgears

Power Systems Protection - Control and Stability

Protection Schemes For Generators and Recommended Settings

Basic Electrical and Instrumentation Design

Combustion Control System

Advanced Generator Maintenance

Electrical Equipment Transformers, Inverters, Rectifiers, Uninterruptible Power Systems

Generator Excitation Systems

Introduction To Reading Of Electrical Drawings and Diagrams

Overhead Lines, Maintenance and Construction

Power Transformer Diagnostic, Method, Maintenance and Lifetime Extension

Safety Instrumented Systems (SIS) For Process Industries Using IEC 65 and IEC 6508

Variable Frequency Drives