Training Course Overview
Electricity today is part of our livelihood, to ensure the safe and secure operations of the electrical equipment, instruments and machines. Electric shock hazards are minimized by the effective grounding or earthing system. The alternating current (AC) system is a complex entity whereby it has distinctive characteristics. Power factor, apparent power, active power and reactive power are components of the AC system.
Circuit breakers are protection devices installed at all levels of electrical circuits. The precise operation of these devices are of great importance so as to avoid catastrophic arc flashes or flash overs.
Training Course Objectives
By the end of this training course, you will be able to:
- Understand the generation, transmission and distribution of electricity
- Develop electrical safety awareness
- Analyse the importance of earting system
- Understand causes of electrical faults and protective devices
- Determine the components of an electrical final sub circuit
The course will benefit the non-electrical engineers, technicians and supervisors on the operations of an electrical plant.
The Course Outline
Amongst a wide range of valuable topics, the following will be prioritised:
- Generation, transmission and distribution of AC power
- Importance of network earthing
- Operations of low voltage circuit breakers the miniature and the molded case circuit breakers
- Characteristics of medium and high voltage circuit breakers the gas and vacuum circuit breakers
- Construction and operation of power transformers
- Types of AC motors and starting methods
- Importance and interpretation of single line diagrams
- Arc flash hazards
- Common testing and measuring instruments
- Maintenance strategies
- Certificate of Completion will be provided to delegates who attend and complete the course