About The Substation Operation and Maintenance Training Course
Proper maintenance is a requirement in both utility- and privately-owned substations and it's tough to do if you don't know how. Misoperation and equipment failure can be caused by both improper operation and poor maintenance practices; the result can be costly failures and excessive downtime. The operation and maintenance practices that will help you maximize the reliability of your substation equipment are drawn from manufacturer's literature, NETA, IEEE and NFPA-70E recommendations, covered in this training course.
Who Should Attand This Training?
Electricians, electrical technicians, supervisors, engineers and managers who operate, maintain or are responsible for the operation and maintenance of medium- and high-voltage substation equipment. Field sales professionals who desire a better understanding of these topics are also encouraged to attend.
What Will You Learn In This Course?
You'll be able to:
- Describe the construction and operation of various types of indoor and outdoor substation equipment
- Read and interpret data plate information
- Read and interpret one-line diagrams
- Perform visual and mechanical checks and inspections
- Perform electrical tests commonly used in substations
- Inspect and test ground systems
Course Duration: 3 Days
Course Code: SOMT
Class times are from 8 AM to 4 PM. All students must wear closed-toed shoes and long pants in the shop and lab areas. Safety glasses will be provided.