The Protection and Control of High Voltage Power Circuits – Level 3 aims to teach the learner how to handle high voltage circuits in a safe manner. You will learn the basic skills that are required by a technician through this course.
This course starts with system faults and how they are connected to Switchgear Configurations and elements. Topics such as “Differential Protection” as well as mishaps that occur due to CT saturation are also covered the in the course.
The course will make you gain an in-depth understanding of the various types of oils that are used by High Voltage Circuit breakers , Reclosure Syncrocheck relay CUH 90 – VG as well as Breaker Failure Protection as well as a quick overview of Dynamic Monitoring Equipment. Transfer & remote tripping will also be covered so you can learn how to safely operate in ground rise potential and open circuit situations.
The Protection and Control of High Voltage Power Circuits Course is brought to you by Study365. We are a leading online education provider for several accredited organisations, and provides learners the opportunity to take this IAP course. At Study365, we give our fullest attention to the learners’ needs and ensure they receive the best learning experience.
Our priority is on the advancement of knowledge and skills, we are bound to facilitate everything required to confirm a top-notch education service. We vouch for our learners an exclusive learning experience. Our priority is on the advancement of knowledge and skills, we are bound to facilitate everything required to confirm a top-notch education service. We provide them with state-of-the-art facilities using the latest technology.
The founder and lead instructor of Power Systems Protection Training (PSPT), Graham Van Brunt graduated with a BSc. in Engineering from Queen’s University. He later continued his subsequent education at Wilfrid Laurier University. Graham is always passionate about his profession and enjoys mentoring students or speaking to an audience.
PSPT is an on-site training group that caters to engineers, managers, technologists and others in a similar profession and delivers tailored training to suit their needs. The fundamental areas covered through these courses include basic electrical theory, power infrastructure, digital circuits, relay protection, and theory.
Anyone who is interested to learn about the topic will be benefited.
This is a knowledge-based course, and thus, will contain no method of assessment.
Upon the successful completion of the course, learners will be awarded an accredited Certificate of Completion for Protection and Control of High Voltage Power Circuits - Level 3 by iAP.
The International Awards for Professionals (iAP) is an awarding body established in 1999 that aims to promote a high educational standard. They hope to create online education that is trustworthy and credible. They are focused on raising the standards of online education, and ensuring it is accessible to all. The iAP provides accreditation for a range of educational establishments, and monitors and continually develops the educational standards of such institutions. Their globally recognised certifications allow learners to acquire the skills and knowledge needed to gain employment in the chosen fields.
On successful completion of the Protection and Control of High Voltage Power Circuits - Level 3, learners will have the knowledge and skills to enter the relevant job market, with the confidence to explore a wide range of industry-related professions. You can study related courses that will open the door to new and exciting opportunities and enhance your expertise in this subject, and add this as a skillset on your resume. Your skills will be recognised by top employers and organisations that will enable you to land a generous-paying job, gain plenty of benefits, and a wide array of opportunities.
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|1. Introduction to Protection and Control of High Voltage Power Circuits|
|1.1 Introduction to Protection and Control of High Voltage Power Circuits||FREE||00:13:00|
|2. Overview of Stations|
|2.1 Overview of Stations||FREE||00:36:00|
|3. Relaying in General|
|3.1 Relaying in General||00:47:00|
|4. Instrument Transformers|
|4.1 Instrument Transformers||00:18:00|
|5. Transformer Configurations Connections Cooling|
|5.1 Transformer Configurations Connections Cooling||00:28:00|
|6. Surge Protective Equipment|
|6.1 Surge Protective Equipment||00:27:00|
|7. High Voltage Circuit Breakers|
|7.1 High Voltage Circuit Breakers||00:18:00|
|8. Breaker Control & Auto Reclosing|
|8.1 Breaker Control & Auto Reclosing||00:24:00|
|9. Instantaneous & Timed Over Current Protection|
|9.1 Instantaneous & Timed Over Current Protection||00:44:00|
|10. Differential Protection|
|10.1 Differential Protection||00:26:00|
|11. Impedance Relaying|
|11.1 Impedance Relaying||00:44:00|
|Protection and Control of High Voltage Power Circuits – Level 3 Quiz questions|
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