Substation: Components, Testing and Interpretation
The course is designed to aid skilled qualified substation maintenance technicians to perform the required maintenance and testing of equipment in industrial and utility substations.
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.
This course is the hands-on component of the Substation: Component, Testing, and Interpretation (SCTI) virtual class; it is the last
step to certification. Labs have been designed to help the technician perform the needed tests to locate weak or faulty components in
the substation system, to analyze and interpret results, to perform measurements and adjustments, and to identify key lubricating
components, while complying with manufacturers', NETA and IEEE standards.
The course is designed to aid skilled qualified substation maintenance technicians to perform the required maintenance and testing
of equipment in industrial and utility substations.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This hands-on course is intended for apprentices, technicians and engineers responsible for the maintenance and testing of industrial and utility substations.
To receive 2.8 CEUs, participants must attend 4 days of class (28 contact hours) and must have attained a minimum grade of 80% in the virtual SCTI final exam. Upon completion of this course the participant will demonstrate that he/she is able to:
• Perform AC and DC electrical testing in accordance with, manufacturer's recommendations, NETA 2019, and IEEE standards.
• Analyze and interpret results.
• Carry out measurements and adjustments.
• Recognize key lubricating components, and cleaning measures to avoid equipment malfunction.
Participant must have taken the Substation: Components, Testing, and Interpretation virtual class and passed the exam successfully.
Students must wear long pants and safety toe shoes to complete the lab portion of this course.
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This course is required for our Substation Maintenance Technician Certification Program.
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