Why Take The Power System Earthing and Design, Level 2, Course?
Welcome to the Power Systems Earthing and Design Level 2 Course training. This training course is designed to equip participants with the necessary skills and knowledge to build large sites and models, analyse impressed voltages, and build models in 3D.
The first part of the course will cover how to build large sites and models. Participants will learn how to include concentric cables in models, and how to use NETS for efficient and effective modelling. Case studies for solar and large industrial sites will be presented, giving participants real-world examples of large site and model construction.
The second part of the course will focus on impressed voltages, data gathering and assumptions, victim structures, and building models in 3D. Participants will learn how to gather and analyse data, make assumptions, and build models in 3D. The course will also cover victim structures, and how to design for them.
Overall, this training course is essential for professionals in the power systems industry. It is suitable for individuals who are looking to expand their knowledge and improve their modelling and analysis capabilities. By the end of the course, participants will have gained valuable skills and knowledge, which will enable them to design more complex power systems and provide more efficient and effective solutions.
Who is the course aimed at?:
- Professionals in the power systems industry seeking to enhance their skills and knowledge in power system earthing and design.
- Individuals interested in learning how to build large sites and models, analyse impressed voltages, and design in 3D within the context of earthing systems.
- Professionals who want to gain valuable skills and knowledge to design more complex earthing systems and provide efficient and effective solutions in the power systems industry
Participants are expected to have a foundational understanding of power systems and related concepts. The course is aimed at users who have already completed the level 1 course. Where participants have not completed the level 1 course, we may need to assess the participant’s knowledge before admitting them to the level 2 course.
- Power generation and renewable energy
- Power distribution and utilities
- Data Centres
Course Outline and Schedule
The course divided into four discrete topics, which follow a natural practical design process:
During the first two days, participants will learn about building large sites and models, including concentric cables in models, and using NETS. The course will provide case studies for solar and large industrial sites to give participants practical applications for their learning.
On the third day, the training will cover impressed voltages and data gathering assumptions, as well as victim structures and building models in 3D.
The fourth and final day of the course will be a review and Q&A session, followed by a hands-on workshop for building a large site model in 3D using NETS, including concentric cables and impressed voltages.