Designed to provide Equipment Testing and Commissioning Engineers with the skills needed in preventing downtimes on the network, and analyzing power infrastructure information for management decision making.

Expected Programme Outcomes:

  • Reduction in downtimes resulting from equipment fault in the network
  • Ability to analyze equipment data and interpret for management decision making
  • Develop skills for improved efficiency in delivering on their set goals and objectives
  • Effectively present fault information in a manner that will aid prompt management decision making

Target Audience:

  • Equipment Testing and Commissioning Officers , Supervisors and Specialists

Module 1 – 5


Relay Protection

  • Principles of Relays
  • Types of Relays
  • Relay Categories
  • Constituents of Relays
  • Relay Contact Arrangement / Poles
  • Parameters for Effective Relay Performance
  • Relay Specifications

Introduction to Commercial Operations

  • Organizational Market Profile
  • Key Performance Indicators for Commercial
  • Energy Market and Regulatory Environment
  • Customer Mix
  • Commercial Initiatives being Implemented

Relay Calibration

  • Introduction to Energy Audit
  • Energy Measurement
  • Energy Consumption Evaluation
  • Evaluation of ATC&C Losses
  • End-to-End Energy Audit

Soil Resistivity Testing

  • Soil Resistivity Overview
  • Procedure of Soil Resistivity Test for Earth Resistance
  • Testing Methodology

Testing and Analysis of Transformers

  • Definition of Transformers
  • Reasons for Transformer Testing
  • Type Tests
  • Routine Tests
  • Special Tests

Understanding wiring diagrams and symbols

  • Control Symbols and Alphabets
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