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Substation Maintenance is a major part of any utility or plant maintenance program. Equipment failures usually result in significant downtime because of long delays in equipment replacement. However, most of these failures can be detected and prevented. Equipment testing and maintenance is critical to the reliability of the equipment in a substation.
This course provides an overview of substation equipment, and equipment operations and maintenance based on ASTM, NETA and IEEE standards. This course is designed to provide an in-depth study to aid skilled qualified substation maintenance technicians in the safe performance of substation components preventive maintenance. Having skilled technicians in substation maintenance is essential to equipment reliability.
To receive 3.5 CEUs, participants must attend 5 days of virtual classes (35 contact hours) and attain a minimum grade of 80% on the final exam. Upon completion of this course the participant will demonstrate that he/she is able to:• Describe configuration and function of the components found in a substation.• Identify ASTM, NETA and IEEE electrical testing requirements.• Describe electrical testing techniques