25th Annual Beckwith Electric Protection & Control Seminar
Clearwater Beach, Florida
Monday, July 25 – Thursday, July 28, 2022
The seminar is divided into two program tracks:
|Power Plant Protection Track||Distribution Protection & Control Track|
Each participant will receive daily breakfast and lunch plus the opportunity to interact with our knowledgeable instructors in a casual classroom environment and at evening receptions. Participant interaction is encouraged to gain from the shared experiences of others. Opportunities to discuss needs-based case studies and examples will be available throughout the seminar.
Earn CEUs, PDHs, or CTDs: Earn up to 3.2 Continuing Education Units (CEUs), 32 Professional Development Hours (PDHs), or 32 NETA Continuing Technical Development Credits (CTDs). The Protection Seminar provides CEUs through IEEE.
Hands-on Testing Lab Breakout Sessions: Learn skills required to test and commission Beckwith relays for generator, transformer, and distribution feeder/recloser control protection.
Hospitality & Demo Expo: Beckwith Electric and Special Guests will host a Hospitality & Demo Expo for a time of networking and information sharing including food and drinks.
Factory Tour & Product Demo: At Beckwith Headquarters
Who should attend?
The seminar is designed for engineers, consultants, managers, and technicians at utilities, integrators, packagers and OEMs, as well as others who design, engineer, maintain and test protective systems, voltage/VAR control systems, and FLISR schemes. Relay technicians, and those responsible for testing and commissioning are encouraged to attend our Testing Lab Breakout Sessions.
The Power Plant Protection Track would benefit those involved with protection of power plant assets in both utility, cogeneration, and heavy industrial environments, as well as those looking for a deeper background on the subject.
The Distribution Protection & Control Track is designed for those who need a comprehensive understanding of the protection and control of medium-voltage, utility-type distribution systems, including solutions for the challenges due to the high penetration of Distributed Energy Resources (DER).