P1 – Protection of Electrical Power Systems
- Introduction to power system protection
- Fuse and MCCB protection
- Current and voltage transformers
- Primary injection testing
- Earthing of high voltage systems
- Basic fault level calculations
- Introduction to symmetrical components
- Classification and function of relays
- Inverse definite minimum time (IDMT) relays
- Calculation of graded time settings for IDMT relays
- Secondary injection testing
- Directional overcurrent and earth fault protection
- Differential protection
- Numerical relays
- Feeder protection
- Transformer protection
- Motor protection
- Generator protection
- Bus zone protection
- Trip circuit supervision requirements
- Standard marking of switchgear panel wiring
- Practical exercises
The course covers the application and testing of electrical protection in-depth and involves a number of practical exercises and demonstrations combined with classroom theory. A wide range of protective devices is used during the course including electromechanical, microprocessor-based and numerical relays.
Who should attend?
Electrical/Plant Engineers, Supervisors, Technicians, Electricians with responsibility for the application, commissioning and/or maintenance of electrical protective equipment used on industrial electrical power systems. This training programme requires a good foundation of electrical knowledge.
Candidates who successfully complete the course and both theoretical and practical assessments will receive a Faraday Centre competence certificate and a certificate of verified achievement issued by EAL. Candidates who fail or do not wish to undertake the competence assessment will receive a Faraday Centre attendance certificate.
Course: £1,160.00 + VAT (where applicable) per person.
Assessment: £85.00 + VAT (where applicable) per person.
Note: course assessment is optional.
All prices exclude VAT and are subject to revision without notice. Further dates can be added upon request, please contact us.
2021 DATES AVAILABLE TO BOOK
Monday 19 – Friday 23
Monday 10 – Friday 14
Monday 21 – Friday 25
Monday 19 – Friday 23
Monday 23 – Friday 27
Monday 27 September – Friday 1 October
Monday 25 – Friday 29
Monday 22 – Friday 26
Monday 13 – Friday 17