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ESGP - Energy & Smart Grid
ESGP_600The Energy & Smart Grid Series for Non-technical Professionals (SG-EPROF) -- 

At a glance

The energy industry, like any other, is supported by professionals in finance, marketing, human resources management, legal, and of course, engineering. So it stands to reason that power engineers are not the only ones who need to understand how the electric power system works in order to provide service and implement the needed changes that will enhance the system’s performance, improve reliability, and integrate renewable resources and other green technology initiatives.

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Price: $2,650.00

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PDEC-Distribution
PDEC_500Introduction to Power System Studies & Power Circuit Analysis (PE_DISTENG) -- 

At a glance

The Introduction to Distribution Systems and Power Circuit Analysis course provides engineers with a fundamental understanding of the distribution systems and power system analysis. This is a great course for anyone who needs to better understand distribution system components, and the power circuit analysis techniques applicable to the identification of the distribution system limits and performance under normal and emergency conditions.

Continuing Education Units (CEUs) - 1.8
Professional Development Hours (PDHs) - 18

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Price: $2,499.00

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PDEC_540Distribution Transformers - Grounding & Protection (TR-DGRDPRO) -- 

At a glance

In order to successfully deploy a smarter grid, it is essential to understand the fundamentals of what exists in today’s system. The Distribution Transformers, Grounding and Protection course discusses the practical aspects of transformer applications. This course is designed for electric utility engineers and technicians involved in distribution planning, engineering, standards, protection, and operation of the distribution system. It is also valuable to engineers involved in consulting and the design of industrial and commercial power systems.

Continuing Education Units (CEUs) - 1.8 
Professional Development Hours (PDHs) - 18


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Price: $2,499.00

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PDEC_591Substation Engineering & Design (PE-SUBENG) -- 

At a glance


Electrical substations are an integral piece of any distribution network between generation and consumers. Substations are complex projects involving many aspects of engineering; from conceptual layout to detailed design, procurement, and maintenance, there are many factors involved.

The objective of the Substation Engineering and Design course is to provide participants with a basic understanding of the electrical engineering design fundamentals for new substations or for expansions of existing stations.

Continuing Education Units (CEUs) - 1.8
Professional Development Hours (PDHs) - 18

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Price: $2,499.00

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PDEC_620Distributed Generation & Energy Storage Applications (REN-STORAG) -- 

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Distributed generation (DG) is becoming a key component of current and future energy strategy in the US and throughout the world. The Distributed Generation and Energy Storage Applications course focuses on DG technologies, the power system impacts of DG, DG interconnection requirements and issues/solutions that must be addressed to integrate DG onto the electric power system.

Continuing Education Units (CEUs) - 1.2
Professional Development Hours (PDHs) - 12

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Price: $1,995.00

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PDEC_630Low Voltage Networks - Theory and Practical Applications (NET-LV) -- 

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Most major cities throughout the country have low-voltage network systems in the downtown commercial areas, supplying important loads requiring highly reliable service. Many network systems have been in service for more than 60 years and the engineers familiar with these have retired. An understanding of the fundamentals of network system design, protection and operation is required by engineers and technicians involved with secondary networks for the first time.


The Low-voltage Networks – Theory and Practical Applications course teaches the design, operation, and protection practices used for both dedicated feeder grid and spot network systems, and for non-dedicated feeder spot network systems.


Continuing Education Units
(CEUs) - 1.8
Professional Development Hours (PDHs) - 18

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Price: $2,499.00

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PDEC_650Power Distribution System Economics -- 

At a glance

The changing utility environment is impacting all aspects of the power utility industry, including the distribution area. In the Power Distribution System Economics course the overall aspects of the entire electric utility system cost structure are reviewed and analyzed, specifically the cost structure of distribution system alternatives. This course focuses on how to derive pragmatic solutions for minimizing costs in today's changing environment.

Continuing Education Units (CEUs) - 1.2 
Professional Development Hours (PDHs) - 12

 
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Price: $1,825.00

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PDEC_655Distribution Automation for the Smart Grid (SG-DISAUTO) -- 

At a glance

Government and regulatory bodies are pressuring power utilities to improve power supply reliability while maintaining voltage level of the system within limits. Distribution Automation is one of the smart grid applications that can enable reliability improvement while accounting for voltage control. The Distribution Automation course provides participants with a practical understanding of system, equipment, economic and communication aspects of Distribution Automation applications.

Continuing Education Units (CEUs) - 2.7
Professional Development Hours (PDHs) - 27

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Price: $3,015.00

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PSEC-Engineering
PSEC_580Industrial Power System Applications -- 

At a glance

The efficient design and continuous modernization of plants is a crucial factor in order to secure sustainable business success in all industries. The objective of the Industrial Power Systems Applications course is to provide participants with a basic understanding of power system analysis that will enable them to make the best decisions across the lifecycle of their plant and equipment - from initial project planning through operation and maintenance or for expansion of the existing plant.

Continuing Education Units (CEUs) - 1.8
Professional Development Hours (PDHs) - 18

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Price: $2,499.00

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PSEC_600Power System Dynamics - Introduction (NET-PSDUS) -- 

At a glance

Understand the dynamic models of power system components and the classical control techniques to determine system transient and small signal stability. The Power System Dynamics – Introduction course explores both theory and practice for modeling major power system components, such as synchronous machines, excitation systems, governors and loads, and provides examples using PSS®E.

Continuing Education Hours (CEUs) - 2.7
Professional Development Hours (PDHs) - 27

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Price: $3,015.00

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PSEC_640Protective Relaying - Fundamentals (PR-FUNDA) -- 

At a glance

Protective devices serve to increase system performance and play a crucial role in minimizing equipment damage and customer outages that can result from short circuits and other abnormal power system operating conditions.  Protective relays and other protective devices are vital in maintaining reliability in today's electric power systems. 
Protective Relaying - Fundamentals is designed for engineers interested in deepening their practical understanding of the protective devices and systems commonly used in generation, transmission, sub-transmission and distribution systems.

Continuing Education Units (CEUs) - 1.8
Professional Development Hours (PDHs) - 18

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Price: $2,499.00

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PSEC_650Power System Stability & Controller Tuning (NET-STABIL) -- 

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Do you face the challenge of maximizing power transfer capability and minimizing new transmission expansion, without sacrificing stability? Are you familiar with Power System Stabilizer (PSS) conditions? This course provides a thorough analysis of dynamic stability problems and control analysis tools used for PSS tuning. Theoretical and practical aspects of PSS commissioning and tuning are examined. Analysis of PSS input signals, including: electrical power, speed, frequency and accelerating power are covered. You will practice tuning a PSS and evaluating its performance using PSS®E.

Continuing Education Units (CEUs) - 1.8
Professional Development Hours (PDHs) - 18


Price: $2,499.00

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PSSC-Systems Software
PSSC_500PSS®E - Power Flow and Steady State Analysis Using PSS®E -- 

At a glance

The PSS®E – Power Flow and Steady State Analysis using PSS®E course is designed to familiarize new users with the Power Flow and Fault Analysis features of the PSS®E program. Participants gain experience through hands-on exercises.

Continuing Education Units
 (CEU's) - 2.7 
Professional Development Hours (PDHs) - 27

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Price: $3,015.00

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PSSC_510PSS®E - Voltage Control & Reactive Power Planning Methods (PSSE-VCONT) -- 

At a glance 

The PSS®E – Voltage Control and Reactive Power Planning Methods course provides a thorough coverage of today’s voltage control and reactive power planning issues, and of the tools and procedures that are most effective in studying them.

Continuing Education Units (CEUs) - 2.7
Professional Development Hours (PDHs) - 27

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Price: $3,015.00

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PSSC_525PSS®E - Fast Track Introduction to Steady State & Dynamics using PSS®E -- 

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PSS®E – Fast Track Introduction to Steady State and Dynamics using PSS®E is an intensive hands-on course for power system engineers interested in learning the basic functions of PSS®E Power Flow and Dynamics in a condensed format. This course will help users get started with power flow data entry, solution and report, and apply data checking functions in PSS®E to identify power flow modeling issues. In addition, participants will understand how to set up a dynamic simulation database in PSS®E, perform simulations of different types of disturbances and produce plots of key variables for analyzing transient and dynamic stability behaviors of the power system.

Continuing Education Units (CEUs) - 3.0

Professional Development Hours (PDHs) - 30

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Price: $3,499.00

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PSSC_550PSS®E - Dynamic Simulation Using PSS®E (PSSE DYNSI) -- 

At a glance 

An intensive hands-on course, PSS®E – Dynamics Simulation using PSS®E is designed to familiarize new users with the Dynamic Simulation features of the PSS®E program, and to explore how different types of disturbances can cause systems to behave in certain ways through analysis of system response outputs from PSS®E dynamic simulations.

Continuing Education Units (CEUs) - 2.7
Professional Development Hours (PDHs) - 27

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Price: $3,015.00

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PSSC_600PSS®E and Python Integrating Workflow (Part 1 - Intro) - NEW -- 

At a glance

In the PSS®E and Python™ Integrating Workflow (Part 1 – Intro) course participants will learn the basics of the Python language and how to automate PSS®E using the Python APIs.

Continuing Education Units (CEUs) - 1.8
Professional Development Hours (PDHs) - 18

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Price: $2,499.00

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PSSC_650PSS®E and Python Integrating Workflow (Part 2 - Advanced) - NEW -- 

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In the PSS®E and Python™ Integrating Workflow (Part 2 – Advanced) course participants will learn advanced capabilities of the Python language, and learn to apply these to create powerful Python programs to automate PSS®E.

Continuing Education Units (CEUs) - 1.2
Professional Development Hours (PDHs) - 12

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Price: $1,995.00

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PSSC_655Power Electronics in Transmission Systems (PSSE-PETS) -- 

At a glance

Utilities are incorporating a multitude of new technologies in order to optimize their ability to supply and deliver power efficiently and economically. Among these technologies, HVDC (high voltage direct current) and FACTS (flexible AC transmission system), are most prominent. The Power Electronics in Transmission Systems (PETS) course presents operating and control fundamentals of these technologies. This hands-on course includes PSS®E based simulation examples of these technologies.

Continuing Education Units (CEUs) - 2.7
Professional Development Hours (PDHs) - 27

 

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Price: $3,015.00

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PSSC_700PSS®MUST - Using System Transmission Data for Decision Making (PSS-MUST1) -- 

At a glance

The PSS®MUST software program can efficiently calculate the impact of power transfers on key network elements, identify the most limiting contingencies and constraints, calculate incremental transfer capability (FCITC), and calculate the sensitivity of monitored elements or transfer capability to transactions, generation or load changes. These techniques are useful for a variety of applications such as calculating interface/flowgate transfer limits, determining the impacts of new generator or transmission projects, and calculating generator redispatch/TLR factors for relieving overloads.

Continuing Education Units (CEUs) - 1.8
Professional Development Hours (PDHs) - 18

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Price: $2,499.00

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PSSC_710PSS®E - Advanced Power Flow using PSS®E (PSSE-ADVPF) -- 

At a glance

Utility engineers who conduct studies with PSS®E must understand the fundamental concepts of power system behavior as well as know how to execute the many advanced routines within the program. This course is directed at the experienced PSS®E user who would like to increase his or her analytical skills in steady state applications.

Continuing Education Units (CEUs) - 2.7
Professional Development Hours (PDHs) - 27

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Price: $3,015.00

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PSSC_715PSS®E - Advanced Dynamic Simulation for PSS®E (PSSE-ADVDY) -- 

At a glance

PSS®E – Advanced Dynamic Simulation for PSS®E is a hands-on course designed for experienced engineers interested in learning advanced analysis of system stability and dynamics. Examples and exercises focus on dynamic modeling of components such as synchronous generators, excitation systems, prime movers, wind turbines, HVDC and FACTS devices, and loads.
 
Continuing Education Units (CEUs) - 2.7
Professional Development Hours (PDHs) - 27

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Price: $3,015.00

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PSSC_720PSS®E - Model Writing in PSS®E (PSSE-UDM) -- 

At a glance

Design, operation and protection of generation and transmission systems requires a thorough understanding of dynamic behavior of machines and controls as well as their interaction with the network and loads. System designs require unprecedented detail and dimensions in simulation capability; they depend on accurate prediction of transient and dynamic stability.


Continuing Education Units (CEUs) - 2.7
Professional Development Hours (PDHs) - 27

*As of 1/14/2015 - this course has been changed from a 3 day course to a 4.5 day course. Pricing and dates reflected in our eCatalog will not be accurate.

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Price: $3,015.00

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PSSC_790Reactive Power Planning Using PSS®E -- 

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Power engineers who conduct studies with PSS®E must understand the fundamental concepts of power system behavior as well as know how to execute the many routines within the program. The Reactive Power Planning using PSS®E course is for the experienced PSS®E user who would like to increase his or her analytical skills in understanding and resolving voltage control issues.

Continuing Education Units (CEUs) - 1.8
Professional Development Hours (PDHs) - 18

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Price: $2,499.00

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PTEC-Transmission
PTEC_500Fundamentals of Overhead Transmission Line Design (HV-OVHDLN) -- 

At a glance

The Fundamentals of Overhead Transmission Line Design course provides participants with a fundamental understanding of the electrical and mechanical design of AC 69-765 kV transmission lines. In PTEC 500, participants gain an understanding of the overhead line theory and application including planning, design, construction, operation, and maintenance.

Continuing Education Hours (CEUs) - 2.7 
Professional Development Hours (PDHs) - 27 

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Price: $3,015.00

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PTEC_550Overhead Transmission Line Asset Management (HV-OVHDMO) -- 

At a glance

Overhead Transmission Line Asset Management provides participants with a fundamental understanding of the commissioning, maintenance and operations techniques that are a vital part of any overhead transmission line (OHTL) asset management program. Designed for electrical technicians and engineers, this course covers concepts that are of special importance to those working in the field.

Continuing Education Units (CEUs) - 2.7
Professional Development Hours (PDHs) - 27

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Price: $3,015.00

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Training Center Logistics
TRNLogisticsTraining Center Logistics -- Download the logistics for our North America Training Centers here:

ERCOT, Taylor, TX
Houston, TX
Littleton, CO
Minnetonka, MN
Orlando, FL
Schenectady, NY
ISONE, Holyoke, MA
Santa Clara, CA
Siemens EPCOT VIP Center
Midwest Reliability Organization (MRO), Cleveland, OH


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