Designed to provide delegates in the power industry with a comprehensive understanding of basic power protection system and Schematic knowledge of a typical Injection Substation.

Expected Programme Outcomes:

  • Reduction in equipment downtime within the network
  • Stabilized power network
  • Understanding of the impact of ensuring availability of supply to customers
  • Reduction in the frequency of occurrence of breaker faults within the network
  • Accurately understand the impact of ensuring availability of supply to customers

Target Audience:

  • Distribution Substation Operators (DSOs)

Module 1 – 4


Basic Protection of the Power System

  • Buchholz Relay
  • Pressure Relive Valves (PRV)
  • Temperature Indicators
  • Overloads
  • Differential Relay Protection

Tripping Unit System

  • Description & Composition of Tripping Unit
  • Battery Types Used for Tripping Unit
  • Battery Capacity & Rating
  • Maintenance of Battery Bank
  • Charger/Rectifier Unit
  • Charger Management
  • Significance of tripping unit

Annunciator Signals and Translations

  • Annunciator Description
  • Types of Trip and Alarm Signals

Switchyard Schematics

  • Switchyard Environment
  • Schematic Diagram of Injection Substation
  • Line Breakers
  • Transformer Breakers
  • Voltage, Current & Power Transformers
  • Incomer Panels
  • 11kv Feeder Panels
  • Bus Section Panels
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