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Throughout the year, we host technical trainings on a variety of topics to help engineers and technicians of all levels be more efficient, effective and safe in the field. Learning from the industry’s top experts, you receive real-world training that you can immediately apply when returning to your job. Discover what options are the right fit for you or your team.
A must for technicians who are setting out to build a career in relay testing. This course has all the basics to propel you forward and prepare you with the tools and techniques you need.Find out more »
The Basics of Protection Course for Utilities is designed to provide a practical overview of protection principles and application as it applies to electric utilities. Presented from a straightforward perspective, this course focuses on technical issues often encountered during work.Find out more »
The RTS interface is built entirely for test manipulation. During the RTS Developer Training course, attendees will be exposed to all of the numerous tools and techniques available for creating or customizing any test routine. Moving beyond test plan modification, attendees will learn about RTS commands and gain insights that will be useful as they develop new test routines of their own.Find out more »
The Basics of Protection Course for Industrials is designed to provide a practical overview of protection principles and application as it applies to industrial plants, commercial facilities and power plants. Presented from a straightforward perspective, this course focuses on technical issues often encountered during work.Find out more »
This Application and Testing Electro-Mechanical and Microprocessor Relays course covers the testing of simple overcurrent relays such as time overcurrent, under/overvoltage and over/under frequency electro-mechanical relays. The course will start with basic level instruction on the construction and principles of electro-mechanical /microprocessor relays, including different components of the relay that need calibration and adjustments as part of testing. A brief description of the relays’ operating principles will also be presented, followed by hands-on testing of the relays using Doble relay test sets.Find out more »