New catalog of the Global training offer: Technical training in Electrical Distribution (pdf file, 4 Mb)

New catalog of the Global training offer: Technical training in Electrical Distribution (pdf file, 4 Mb)
Technical training in
Electrical Distribution
Global catalog
Editorial
In times of crisis, when budgets are limited and the efficiency of
your installation is key, how can you leverage your performance?
Training is one of your solutions
Europe
North
America
Asia
Middle
East
Africa
South
America
Australia
Schneider Electric Technical Institute
for Electrical Distribution:
over 20
dedicated training facilities
over 70
training programs
Building on talents
Today, expertise is usually gained after years of experience on
the job, with a significantly long period from the date of hire to
useful productivity. Improving and educating our workforce is
everyone’s responsibility. At Schneider Electric we are committed
to providing you with comprehensive knowledge of our product
that you can immediately apply in your workplace or institution.
General contents
Empower your team p. 8
Schneider Electric Technical Institute Worldwide training footprint ..................p. 10
The Technical Institute training offer
Technical training in Electrical Distribution....................................................................p. 14
A complete training range ................................................................................................p. 17
Competence Management
The full-customized training solution for your specific needs.................................p. 18
e-Learning: Learn what you need at your own pace..................................................p. 20
Discover the new 3D training
A new and innovative learning method: immersive 3D..............................................p. 23
Training with you..................................................................................................................p. 24
Safety & Risk Prevention
p. 26
Contents.................................................................................................................................p. 27
Matching your training needs..........................................................................................p. 28
Training sheets.....................................................................................................................p. 29
Technical fundamentals
p. 38
Contents.................................................................................................................................p. 39
Matching your training needs..........................................................................................p. 40
Training sheets.....................................................................................................................p. 41
Operation & Maintenance
p. 56
Contents.................................................................................................................................p. 57
Matching your training needs..........................................................................................p. 58
Training sheets.....................................................................................................................p. 59
Additional programs...........................................................................................................p. 109
Index
p. 110
Index by keyword..................................................................................................................p. 111
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Courses list
Safety & Risk Prevention
Courses
Reference
Page
e-Learning Electrical Risk Prevention program
S001AC
29
Electrical Safety for non-electricians
F001AC
30
Electrical Safety for electricians working on Low Voltage equipment
F002TC
31
Electrical Safety for electricians working on Low, Medium and High Voltage equipment
F003TC
32
Safety in explosive atmospheres for workers
F004TC
33
Safety in explosive atmospheres for managers and supervisors
F005TC
34
SF6 Gas Recovery Regulation EC 842-2006
M020TC
35
SF6 Gas Recovery Regulation EC 842-2006 (for experienced personnel)
M021TC
36
Handling of SF6 gas and CF4 gases according to IEC/TR 62271-303 technical report
M023TC
37
Electrical safety
Safety in hazardous areas (ATEX)
Environmental risk prevention
4
Manager
Design
Installation
Operation &
Maintenance
Technical fundamentals
Courses
Reference
Page
e-Learning High Voltage power transmission (> 50 kV)
S002AC
41
e-Learning Medium Voltage power distribution (> 1 kV)
S003AC
42
Medium Voltage industrial installation design
A001TC
43
Electricity: Learning the basics
K001AC
44
Electricity: Getting to know MV and LV switchgear
K002AC
45
Electricity: Learning the basics of MV distribution
M030AC
46
APPS – Utility Transmission Power System Protection – Part 1
APP014
47
APPS – Utility Transmission Power System Protection – Part 2
APP015
48
APPS – Industry and Oil & Gas Power System Protection – Part 1
APP016
49
APPS – Industry and Oil & Gas Power System Protection – Part 2
APP017
50
APPS – Utility Distribution Power System Protection
APP018
51
IEC 61850 Protocol: application to modern substation digital control system
DCS003
52
Communication as per IEC 60870 and IEC 61850
DCS004
53
Cyber-security Concept and Policy
GEE010
54
Cyber-security Operation
GEE011
55
Electrical fundamentals
Protection & Substation Control
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Courses list
Operation & Maintenance
Courses
Reference
Page
e-Learning fundamentals for Medium Voltage equipment up to 50 kV
S004AC
59
e-Learning fundamentals for transformer technology, features and applications
S007AC
60
LV equipment: operate and maintain equipment solutions
L001AC
61
Electricity: operate and maintain your MV/LV transformer stations
K003AC
62
MV switchgear: operating and maintaining equipment solutions
M031AC
63
WI Gas Insulated switchgear up to 52 kV
M002TC
64
GMA Gas Insulated switchgear up to 24 kV
M003TC
65
FBX Gas Insulated RMU up to 24 kV
M005TC
66
HVX Vacuum circuit-breaker up to 36 kV
M006TC
67
Getting to grips with a Medium Voltage installation
M010TC
68
Fixed and Compact-sized SF6 Gas switchboards
M012TC
69
PIX & Px Withdrawable SF6 Gas Switchboards
M014TC
70
VISAX Maintenance and fault clearing
M015TC
71
PIX Withdrawable Switchboards (fitted with Vacuum circuit-breaker)
M016TC
72
RM6 MV Gas-isolated switchgear RM6 < 24 kV
M017TC
73
SM6 MV Air-isolated switchgear SM6 < 36 kV
M018TC
74
LF MV switchgear – Use, installation and maintenance
M019TC
75
SF MV switchgear – Use, installation and maintenance
M024TC
76
Ringmaster RN2C
M025TC
77
GenieEvo switchgear
M026TC
78
Evolis MV switchgear – Use, installation and maintenance
M027TC
79
Motorpact MV motor control center – Use, installation and maintenance
M028TC
80
MCset 1 2 3 switchgear – Use, installation and maintenance
M029TC
81
Distribution Transformers – Principles, installation, use and maintenance
T001TC
82
Electrical Distribution equipment
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Manager
Design
Installation
Operation &
Maintenance
Operation & Maintenance
Courses
Reference
Page
MiCOM Px20 et Px40 Master Class
MICOM002
83
MiCOM Px30 Master Class
MICOM004
84
Railway protection
MICOM006
85
Overcurrent and Feeder Protection – MiCOM P12x and P14x
MICOM120
86
Motor Protection – MiCOM P22x and P24x
MICOM121
87
Generator Protection – MiCOM P34x
MICOM122
88
Distance Protection – MiCOM P44x
MICOM123
89
Line Differential Protection – MiCOM P52x and P54x
MICOM124
90
Voltage and Frequency Protection – MiCOM P92x and P94x
MICOM125
91
Differential Transformer Protection – MiCOM P63x
MICOM127
92
Distance Protection Device – MiCOM P437
MICOM128
93
Feeder Protection Device – MiCOM P139
MICOM129
94
Digital Differential Busbar Protection – MiCOM P74x
MICOM130
95
Distance Protection Device for Railway Application – MiCOM P438
MICOM132
96
Sepam Master Class
SEP01
97
Sepam 80 Expert
SEP02
98
Sepam Communication with IEC 61850
SEP04
99
Sepam 60 Expert
SEP05
100
MiCOM C264: Compact RTU (Remote Terminal Unit)
DCS006
101
Fundamentals of Digital Control System and PACiS Operation & Maintenance Principles
DCS007
102
PACiS Protection Automation & Control – Architecture & Operation
DCS008
103
PACiS Protection Automation & Control – Architecture, Operation & Maintenance
DCS009
104
Configuration of IEC 61850 communication on MiCOM Px30 and Px40 series
DCS020
105
Configuration of the Easergy range
EASER02
106
iRio / Kerwin basics
IRIO01
107
Protections
Substations Control
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Empower
your team
When the efficiency of your installation is key, training is one of the logical
solutions to leverage your performance, thus increasing the competencies of
your company’s personnel.
Discover our training offering, from e-Learning to Competence Management.
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Contents
Page
Schneider Electric Technical Institute Worldwide training footprint
10
The Technical Institute training offer
Technical training in Electrical Distribution
14
A complete training range
17
Competence Management
The full-customized training solution for your specific needs
18
e-Learning:
Learn what you need at your own pace
20
Discover the new 3D training
A new and innovative learning method: immersive 3D
23
Training with you
24
9
Schneider Electric Technical Institute
Worldwide training footprint
+20
training facilities in
Electrical Distribution
on full-size equipment
4,000
Trainees from
+90 countries
10
active e-Learning
trainees registered
Dedicated training teams close to you
A complete range
of courses with
4
different modes:
> distance learning: e-Learning modules
> face-to-face exchange: class-room sessions
> practical skills: hands-on training
> an innovative mode: 3D training
+70
training programs in Electrical
Distribution are available on:
> Safety & Risk Prevention
> Technical fundamentals
> Operation & Maintenance
and tailored courses
Please feel free to contact us:
[email protected]
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The right
equipment
The right
competences
Operational
excellence
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The Technical Institute training offer
Technical training in Electrical Distribution
Our customers expect us to provide training that takes into account their environment, their specific
characteristics and their regulations. It is a real challenge to strike a balance between theory, practical
application and the right level of technical information to offer training that is adapted to day-to-day requirements.
Schneider Electric uses its internationally renowned expertise in design, installation and maintenance, including
training experience that has proven its worth for many years now.
70 programs
on Safety & Risk Prevention,
Fundamentals, Operation &
Maintenance
> Training on full-size equipment
> Dedicated training centers
>E
xperienced instructors, experts
in technical & educational fields.
Customer benefits
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Demo access… www.e-learning-access.schneider-electric.com
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Instant return on investment
We can customize
our courses:
> venue
> contents
> dates.
The effectiveness of training is measured in terms of staff operational
performance in their day-to-day work. The practical part of our training
programs is based on hands-on applications that enable participants to make
immediate use of their newly acquired knowledge, know-how and skills when
they return to their jobs.
Courses are held in
our training centers
for standard courses.
Some modules can be followed at a distance, without any travel expense
attached. This e-Learning solution is accessible online, anywhere in the world,
via the Internet.
But we can also offer
on-site classes to all
our customers: at your
facility or at the location
of your choice.
Expert instructors who make the difference
Schneider Electric instructors are all experienced in their areas.
In addition they know how to teach. Their expertise is completed with a solid
experience in the field, allowing them to be in close contact with trainee
concerns and preoccupations.
Training for each specific need
Benefits of
onsite training:
You may be in the public sector or industry, a novice or very experienced in
electrical installations. You could be looking for training in electrical safety,
installation design, or operation and maintenance. Whatever your situation,
Schneider Electric Technical Institute has a training course to meet your needs
among the 70 standard programs listed in this global catalogue, or in the
country catalogues.
Significant cost
savings relative to staff
accommodation and
travel expenses.
Individuals can register for one or more courses, to participate in an open,
blended training course, taught on our premises on set dates.
Staff can stay on-site
instead of than travelling.
These courses are modular, which means they are perfectly adaptable to your
company’s own training program. However, when a same company, or
department, registers a group of people, we suggest you take a tailored course.
Training schedules
can be adapted to fit
your organization, e.g.
scheduled downtime.
This enables us to organize a customized program taught either in our premises
or yours (requiring that equipment be de-energized) on the date of your choice.
Possibility of
customizing the course to
your installation, to meet
your specific needs.
Schneider Electric Technical Institute also offers qualifying training as part
of a Competence Management process (see pages 18 - 19).
Customers testimonies
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A complete training range
Schneider Electric Technical Institute offers a suite of courses adapted to each single and specific need.
Over 70 programs are available on Safety & Risk Prevention, Technical fundamentals and Operation & Maintenance.
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Competence Management
The full-customized training solution for your specific needs
Do you need to increase the competence level of your team?
Do you have a new product or solution to implement for which your team needs new skills?
Do you need a very specific and custom training path?
Our top-of-the-line training program, Competence Management, is made for you. It covers such areas as safety,
networks, MV, transformers or automation protection relays. This extremely in-depth program is designed to train
people to the highest skill level. It also serves to boost employees’ career development programs, leading them to
become certified technical leaders
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works
Analyzing
Preparing
Needs analysis
Knowledge evaluation
To evaluate trainees’ knowledge level.
Course design
e-Learning
Planning
To optimize the course.
It starts with an assessment of existing skills, to determine the trainees’
knowledge level and scale the adaptation of the training modules. If there
is a great difference in the basic knowledge of the trainees, training can be
split into different levels.
Part of the training path takes place at the
customer’s site. This gives the trainees the
opportunity to learn and practice on their own
equipment and in their own working environment.
Next, the training program is prepared:
selection of the appropriate course materials, adaptation, if necessary, to the
specific customer needs and even the creation of new course material to fit your
company needs. Once the content and schedule are agreed, training can start.
Generally, this will start with e-Learning modules to give a common core of
fundamental knowledge.
The Competence Management training ends
with a final assessment.
Then the training continues with class-rooms session and hands-on
courses.
They can be conducted in our different training centers, depending on
the equipment required for practical work and your wishes. The training also
includes interspersed assessments to evaluate the participants’ progress
and their achievement of objectives.
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This reflects the progress made by the participants
and the achievement of the program objectives.
The Competence Certificate will be delivered to
the participant only after successful completion of
the program and the final assessment.
This document is not just an attendance certificate,
but a real Competence Certificate that guarantees
the trainee has acquired the skills required.
Teaching
Qualifying
Learning & Training
Application at customer’s site
Evaluation quiz
Knowledge validation
To learn required skills.
To check knowledge acquisition and
deliver a competence certificate.
In a nutshell
We will design the ideal training path to fit your specific requirement, from among
our large training offering, with adaptation training materials and with the creation
of new dedicated courses.
This blended training will join e-Learning, class-rooms sessions, practical work
and why not 3D training. We offer you trainee knowledge acquisition with an
assessment of your trainees’ knowledge level before, during and after the training.
Competence management is the highest added value training!
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e-Learning
Learn what you need at your own pace
Our e-Learning solution offers you a flexible distance course, perfectly suited to training your remote teams located all around
the globe and allow them to optimize their training time. Our e-Learning programs cover topics related to transmissions and
distribution and electrical risk prevention.
Programs can be customized according to the needs and the schedule constraints of trainees. e-Learning offers a simple self-teaching
solution in a matter of hours (4 to 5 hours) in a specific technical topic. To refresh your knowledge or to boost your competences,
e-Learning is a great solution for responding effectively and instantly to each trainee’s expectations.
+40 modules on technical
topics designed
by experts
True challenges
for managers …
> Build your program according to the context,
the strategy and the needs of your company.
> Define adapted learning paths for
your team members.
> Allow trainees to go further with the tutoring option.
> Train remote teams located worldwide.
> Bring employees’ knowledge to a common
basic level.
… Concrete benefits
for e-Learners
Trainees who will benefit from the e-Learning
program can:
> Learn what they need, whenever they want,
and at their own pace.
> Assess their knowledge (self-audit).
> Customize the learning path and choose their
contents according to the self-audit results.
> Measure their improvement and get their
certificate at completion of the course.
> Keep in touch with what happens on the field
(e.g. pragmatic contents, feedbacks from the field).
> Have a permanent access to a referent tool:
to deepen their skills, ask a question,
solve a problem, etc.
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Customer benefits:
Eliminate
geographical barriers
Optimize training
costs and resources
Interactive contents:
exercises, quizzes,
animations, videos, etc.
Self-learning:
trainees chose what
and when they learn
according to their
interests, their skills level,
and the time they decide
to learn
Continuous
access to knowledge
Multiple ways of adapting the learning mode
to the learner’s objectives
Stand-alone
(without training
sessions)
As a classroom support
(e-Learning module is
used as training support)
Blended with
classroom sessions
Blended
with tutoring
They e-Learned with Schneider Electric
It gave me a better understanding of smart grids and their technical impacts.
The 'Electrical energy step by step' training course helped me in a number of
ways, including structuring the knowledge I already had and learning about
transmission equipment.
This is a very useful tool to resolve problems, such as if I want to check equipment
compliance. I also use it to refresh my general knowledge on transmission
and distribution.
Honestly, the test and training of the Electrical Risk Prevention program are the
best tools for my people to be sure they learn electrical safety rules.
I like it.
4,000
active e-Learning
trainees registered
Trainees from
> Electrical Energy Step by Step
> Electrical Risk Prevention program
+90 countries
Get an overview of our programs with the demos and videos
Access directly through the e-Learning platform:
www.e-learning-access.schneider-electric.com
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Discover the new 3D training
A new and innovative learning method: immersive 3D
A new training approach for a better performance
Our customers want to:
>B
etter understand our equipment and the way they fit
within their network.
>K
now how to react in case of an unexpected event.
This leads us to choose immersive 3D technology
to meet your needs for some courses.
Immersive 3D is
a complementary
learning mode. It does
not replace practical
operations during
classroom sessions.
It prepares them,
improves them and
adds great and new
pedagogical values:
Discover your equipment and the way they fit
within your network
Thanks to 3D visualization, you can simulate interaction between your
equipment and your network. You can see what you can never actually see:
interactive single-line diagram, inside parts, etc.
Discover how to react and the steps to take
in case of an unforeseeable event
Learners can test and
discover the equipment
at their own pace,
manipulate, try
operations and proceed
by trial and error with
the procedure.
Many games are
proposed to provide
a better knowledge
of the equipment.
Events simulations
are offered to make
people understand the
right way to operate.
If there is a shut-down in your power plant,
will you be able to troubleshoot safely and on time?
Thanks to immersive 3D you can:
> make operations you could not make in reality
> simulate events (trouble shooting, emergency situation)
> and perform practical operations as many times as you want,
without any impact on your installation.
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Training with you
Throughout the
lifecycle of your
installation
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and in all your activities
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Safety
and risk
prevention
When people work in electrical environments, they are obliged to have full
knowledge of safety rules to apply them. This is vital not only for workers
but also for the safety of employees supervised.
Learn how to comply with environmental regulations on SF6 also to take care
of our planet!
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Contents
Page
Electrical safety
e-Learning Electrical Risk Prevention program
S001AC
29
Electrical Safety for non-electricians
F001AC
30
Electrical Safety for electricians working on Low Voltage equipment
F002TC
31
Electrical Safety for electricians working on Low, Medium and
High Voltage equipment
F003TC
32
Safety in explosive atmospheres for workers
F004TC
33
Safety in explosive atmospheres for managers and supervisors
F005TC
34
SF6 Gas Recovery Regulation EC 842-2006
M020TC
35
SF6 Gas Recovery Regulation EC 842-2006 (for experienced personnel)
M021TC
36
Handling of SF6 gas and CF4 gases according to IEC/TR 62271-303
technical report
M023TC
37
Safety in hazardous areas (ATEX)
Environmental risk prevention
27
Matching your
training needs
Electrical safety: objective "zero accident"
There are four requirements for
working safely in an electrical
environment:
@@Be qualified in Electrical Safety
@@Know the electrical installation
@@Wear appropriate Personal Protective
Equipment (PPE)
Explosive atmospheres are a major risk to
employees in hazardous areas.
In order to preserve the health and safety of
workers dealing with electrical equipment installed
in these areas, companies should comply with
three more obligations:
@@Be qualified in ATEX
@@Have a regular practice of electrical work.
@@Use ATEX certified equipment
The first two can be acquired through training
and the last two are mandatory to reach the
"zero accident" objective.
@@Have installations regularly audited and
certified for this risk.
According to statistics from Health & Safety
organizations, 80% of accidents are due to
behavioral issues. With this in mind, Schneider
Electric Technical Institute has developed a training
methodology based on practicing on actual scale
equipment to develop behavioral responses close
to real-life situations. Every three years, a refresher
course is recommended.
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Safety in hazardous areas (ATEX)
The first can be acquired through training, and the
last two are, as well as for Electrical Safety,
mandatory to reach the "zero accident" objective.
All training courses proposed in this Safety
section are based on the instructors’ and trainees’
experiences as well as real-life studies.
Trainees can acquire and increase their
awareness of the correct behavioral attitude to
adopt to minimize risks.
To reinforce your zero accident policy, our
international safety experts have designed a
specific e-Learning program to enable your teams
to keep an optimum level of knowledge to prevent
electrical risks: the e-Learning Electrical Risk
Prevention program.
Environmental risk prevention
This interactive solution is specifically
designed for international perspectives:
It summarizes most of the common international
rules that will enable your teams to be operational
anywhere in the world, at all times.
We are ground-breakers in this field, in line with
our ethical motto which is to be a green energy
management leader!
New environmental regulations are being
implemented in an increasing number of
countries, especially about SF6 handling.
We developed new courses to help you to comply
with them.
Let’s take care of our planet!
S001AC
Electrical Risk Prevention program
e-Learning training modules
Objectives
Refresh knowledge on the fundamentals of electrical risk.
Learn a minimum number of common international rules concerning
electrical risk prevention.
Go through a quick and efficient self-assessment on these topics.
Course topics
@@Module 1: Learn about electrical risk
@@Module 2: Learn how to prevent electrical risk
@@Module 3: Comply with safety procedures (to lock out - tag out)
__ Self-assessment
__ Various interactive learning activities
__ Summaries
__ Assessments are readily available but can be customized to your needs,
upon request
__ Easy user navigation
Duration
Audience
4 hours
100% Theoretical
@@All persons and companies working in an environment with electrical risks
Price
@@Health & Safety Managers
@@Managers whose teams work in such environments
Contact us
Dates & Place
Anytime, anywhere as
long as you have internet
access
Learning Path
Prerequisites
Local authorization and
qualification required
to work on an electrical
system
Training
S001AC
Next Step
F001AC
F002TC
F003TC
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with an experienced instructor
@@Most of the common international rules are dealt with in this training
@@Up-to-date contents according to current active regulations
@@Designed by international safety experts
@@Training accessible 24/7
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F001AC
Electrical Safety for non-electricians
Objectives
Acquire a basic knowledge of working with electricity, so that the trainees are
aware of the dangers that they may encounter in an electrical environment.
Act and react according to the working environment.
Course topics
@@Electricity and its benefits, use and dangers
@@How do we protect ourselves against potential danger?
@@Examples of accidents that have happened and how they could have
been avoided
@@The safety rules for electrical work
@@Participant evaluation for certification
Audience
@@Non-electricity specialist who has basic access to electricity sites
Duration
2 days
80% Theoretical
20% Practical
Price
Learning Path
Prerequisites
No technical background
required
Training
F001AC
Contact us
Dates & Place
Contact us
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with an experienced instructor
@@Half a day dedicated to practical work
@@Participants will receive a certificate showing the electrical safety level they have achieved
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Next Step
S001AC
F002TC
Electrical Safety for electricians working on Low Voltage equipment
Objectives
Work safely when carrying out Low Voltage electrical work such as
installation and measurement.
Course topics
@@Electricity and its benefits, use and dangers
@@How do we protect ourselves against potential danger?
@@Working with Low Voltage electrical safety: general instructions
@@Practical simulation of potential dangers/accidents
@@Testing Low Voltage electricity
@@Participant evaluation for certification
Audience
@@Workers who have a direct involvement in Low Voltage electrical work
Duration
3 days
70% Theoretical
30% Practical
Price
Learning Path
Prerequisites
Basic knowledge
of electricity and
LV electrical experience
Training
F002TC
Next Step
S001AC
Contact us
Dates & Place
Contact us
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with an experienced instructor
@@A day dedicated to practical work
@@Role-play exercises demonstrating the importance of safe conduct
@@Participants will receive a certificate showing the electrical safety level achieved
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F003TC
Electrical Safety for electricians working on Low, Medium and
High Voltage equipment
Objectives
Evaluate the danger of electricity.
Execute some specific operations on Low Voltage & High Voltage
installations in safe conditions.
Course topics
@@Electricity and its benefits, use and dangers
@@How do we protect ourselves against the potential danger?
@@General instructions for working with Low, Medium and High Voltage
electrical safety
@@Practical simulation of potential dangers/accidents
@@Testing electricity Low and Medium Voltage
@@Participant evaluation for certification
Audience
Duration
4 days
60% Theoretical
40% Practical
@@Electrical staff working in Low and High Voltage (non-managerial
electrician and/or work supervisor and/or lockout supervisor and/or
operation supervisor)
Learning Path
Price
Prerequisites
Contact us
Dates & Place
Contact us
Basic knowledge in
electricity and LV, MV and
HV electrical experience
Training
F003TC
Next Step
S001AC
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with an experienced instructor
@@During the training session, interactivity between a small group of trainees allows the seamless evaluation
of the trainees’ progression
@@A day and a half dedicated to practical work
@@Participants will receive a certificate showing the electrical safety level achieved
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F004TC
Safety in explosive atmospheres for workers
Objectives
Gain or increase knowledge required for the design, achievement and
maintenance of electrical and mechanical installations (equipment) in
(ATEX) potentially Explosive Atmospheres, according to the required
standards.
Ensure that equipment repair does not downgrade its safety level.
Provide traceability of repairs.
Course topics
@@The Explosive Atmosphere (ATEX) approach
@@Generalities on Explosive Atmospheres (ATEX), Gas and Dust
@@The mechanism of an explosion
@@Comparison between different applicable standards (IECEx,
CENELEC, NEC500 and 505)
@@Exploding risk area Classification (Gas and Dust)
@@The different types of protection for electrical ATEX equipment
(d, m, ia, ib, etc.)
Duration
1.5 days
80% Theoretical
20% Study case
Price
@@The different types of protection for mechanical ATEX equipment
(d, c, k, etc.)
@@Equipment marking
@@Incidences for use and maintenance
@@Intervention in ATEX Hazardous Areas
Contact us
@@Initial Assessment by questionnaire
Dates & Place
@@Exercises (marking plate of the equipment reading, appropriateness
(suitability) of the equipment, initial Assessment by questionnaire)
Contact us
Audience
@@ Persons supervising installation, operation or maintenance on a
hazardous area installation concerned by the risks of Explosive
Atmosphere (ATEX), under supervision
Learning Path
Prerequisites
Training
Electrical and mechanical
fundamentals
F004TC
Next Step
F005TC
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with an experienced instructor
@@Theoretical training and exercises with an INERIS* certified instructor
@@Exchange of experience and acquiring the right behavior
@@Evaluation by questionnaire, and Competence certificate issued by INERIS
* INERIS: French National Institute for Industrial and Environmental Risk
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F005TC
Safety in explosive atmospheres for managers and supervisors
Course topics
@@The Explosive Atmosphere (ATEX) approach
@@Generalities on Explosive Atmospheres (ATEX), Gas and Dust
@@The mechanism of an explosion
@@Comparison between different applicable standards (IECEx, CENELEC,
NEC500 and 505)
@@Exploding risk area Classification (Gas and Dust)
@@Risk analysis according to area and equipment
Objectives
Gain or increase knowledge required for
the design, achievement and maintenance
of electrical and mechanical installations
(equipment) in (ATEX) potentially Explosive
Atmospheres, according to the required
standards.
Ensure the ATEX safety welcoming at site.
Ensure that equipment repair does not downgrade
its safety level.
Make all operators aware of their responsibilities.
Supervise workers in an explosive atmosphere,
and ensure the traceability of repairs.
Issue the permit to work in an explosive
atmosphere.
Duration
4 days
70% Theoretical
30% Practical
@@ The different types of protection for electrical ATEX equipment (d, m, ia, ib, etc.)
@@ The different types of protection for mechanical ATEX equipment (d, c, k, etc.)
@@The rules applicable to gas (G) ATEX equipment
@@The rules applicable to dust (D) ATEX equipment
@@The rules for design, achievement, and maintenance of installations
in Explosive Atmospheres
@@The marking of the equipment
@@Incidences for use and maintenance
@@The intervention in ATEX Hazardous Areas
@@Worker health and safety protection from explosive atmosphere hazards
@@Exercises (calculation of intrinsic loop, appropriateness (suitability) of the
equipment, area classification analysis, marking plate of the equipment
reading)
@@Initial Assessment by questionnaire
Audience
@@Person technically responsible for an installation in an explosive area
(ATEX)
__ Engineer
__ Project and design manager
__ Supervisor responsible for workers in an explosive area
Price
Learning Path
Contact us
Prerequisites
Dates & Place
Contact us
Training
F004TC
Electrical and mechanical
fundamentals
Next Step
F005TC
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with an experienced instructor
@@Theoretical training and exercises with an INERIS* certified instructor
@@Exchange of experience and acquiring the right behavior
@@Practical test performed in the INERIS laboratories (60 km north of Paris) with several explosion tests
in gas, dust, and electrostatic conditions
@@Evaluation by questionnaire, and competence certificate issued by INERIS
* INERIS: French National Institute for Industrial and Environmental Risk
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M020TC
SF6 Gas Recovery Regulation EC 842-2006
Objectives
Know the general characteristics of SF6 gas.
Control its environmental impact, emissions and the greenhouse effect.
Use the SF6 gas in total safety.
Carry out the best practices related to the use of SF6 according to the
equipment involved. Understand the functions of equipment used for the
recovery, control and measurement of SF6 gas.
Course topics
Duration
3 days
50% Theoretical
30% Practical
20% Assessment
Price
Contact us
Dates & Place
Contact us
@@Theoretical part
__ Environment and SF6 – Regulation EC 842-2006
__ Sulfur hexafluoride
__ Electric components and SF6
__ Various qualities of SF6
__ SF6 design of electrical equipment
__ Storage and transportation of SF6 – Legal constraints
__ Products of decomposition and neutralization
__ Monitoring of gas
@@Practical part
__ Preparation of practical session on SF6 recovery
__ Practical work on SF6 recovery and use of suitable PPE
in a contaminated environment
@@Assessment and certification
__ Theoretical assessment – Individual multiple choice questionnaire
__ Practical work on SF6 recovery (individual exam)
__ Control and measurement of gas to be recovered
__ Practice of SF6 recovery using a recovery device
__ Practice of SF6 recovery and decomposition products
Note: A version of this course applied to the Non-European Regulation
CEI/TR 62271-303 is also available. Please refer to course M023TC.
Audience
@@Personnel who recover SF6 gas inside Erection & Commissioning
Learning Path
Prerequisites
Basic or no practical
knowledge of SF6
handling, especially
in the recovery and use
of suitable PPE
Training
M020TC
Next Step
All courses
related to SF6
(MV & HV
equipment)
Customer Benefits
@@Exchanges with an experienced instructor
@@Each trainee will work on real equipment
@@Certification EC 842-2006
@@Course limited to 8 trainees for the training to be most effective and to ensure optimum safety on the shopfloor
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M021TC
SF6 Gas Recovery Regulation EC 842-2006
(for experienced personnel)
Objectives
Know the general characteristics of SF6 gas.
Control its environmental impact, emissions and the greenhouse effect.
Use SF6 gas in total safety.
Carry out the best practices related to the use of SF6 according to the
equipment involved. Understand the functions of equipment used for the
recovery, control and measurement of SF6 gas.
Course topics
Duration
2 days
50% Theoretical
20% Practical
30% Assessment
Price
Contact us
Dates & Place
Contact us
@@Theoretical part
__ Environment and SF6 – Regulation EC 842-2006
__ Sulfur hexafluoride
__ Electric components and SF6
__ Various qualities of SF6
__ SF6 design of electrical equipment
__ Storage and transportation of SF6 – Legal constraints
__ Products of decomposition and neutralization
__ Monitoring of gas and the environment
@@Practical part
__ Preparation of practical session on SF6 recovery
__ Practical work on SF6 recovery and use of suitable PPE
in a contaminated environment
@@Assessment and certification
__ Theoretical assessment – Individual multiple choice questionnaire
__ Practical work on SF6 recovery (individual exam)
__ Control and measurement of gas
to be recovered
__ Practice of SF6 recovery using
a recovery device
__ Practice of SF6 recovery and decomposition products
ote: A version of this course applied to the Non-European Regulation
N
IEC/TR 62271-303 is also available. Please refer to course M023TC.
Audience
@@ Personnel who recover SF6 gas
Learning Path
Prerequisites
Significant practical
knowledge of SF6
handling, especially
in the recovery and use
of suitable PPE
Training
M021TC
Next Step
All courses
related to SF6
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with an experienced instructor
@@Each trainee will work on real equipment
@@Certification EC 842-2006
@@Course limited to 8 trainees for the training to be most effective and to ensure optimum safety on the shop floor
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M023TC
Handling of SF6 and CF4 gases
according to IEC/TR 62271-303 technical report
Objectives
Understand the general characteristics of SF6 gases.
Master their impact on our environment.
Learn how to recover, drain the SF6 to vacuum, refill a compartment
under SF6 gas.
Apply the specific safety rules during the gas recovery operations.
Course topics
Duration
Module A: 1 day
Module B: 1 day
Module C: 1 day
50% Theoretical
30% Practical
20% Evaluation
Price
Contact us
Dates & Place
Contact us
@@Theoretical part (modules A, B and C)
__ Environment and SF6 gases
__ Sulfur Hexafluoride SF6
__ Electrical equipment and fluorinated gases
__ Gas qualities
__ Design of electrical equipment
__ Storage and transport of SF6 gases – Legal constraints
__ By-products and neutralization
__ Gas monitoring and the environment
@@Practical part (modules B and C)
__ Prerequisite: module A
__ Preparation steps before working to recover SF6 gases
__ Hands-on utilization of the adequate personal protective equipment
__ Recovery of contaminated gases
__ Opening of a breaking chamber (module C)
@@Test and certification
__ Theoretical part – Questionnaire
__ Practical part – Individual evaluation on gas-handling according to the
level of the IEC/TR 62271-303 (A, B or C) requested
Note: A version of this course applied to the European Regulation EC 842-2006 is also
available. Please refer to course M020TC.
Audience
@@ Trainees with or without experience in gas handling, depending on
the desired target level A, B or C
Learning Path
Prerequisites
People working
in the surroundings
of, or having to handle
SF6 gases
Training
M023TC
Next Step
All Courses
related to SF6
(MV & HV
equipment)
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with an experienced instructor
@@Related to IEC/TR 62271-303
@@Real hands-on work on electrical equipment
@@Maximum of 8 participants per session to be most effective and to ensure safety
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Technical
Fundamentals
To optimize your electrical installation you can limit production outages, improve
power quality and better manage disturbances that could lead to defaults.
In order to achieve this, a good knowledge of electrical network is needed,
from electrical basics to design installation, as well as cyber-security and
power system protection.
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Contents
Page
Electrical fundamentals
e-Learning High Voltage power transmission (> 50 kV)
S002AC
41
e-Learning Medium Voltage power distribution (> 1 kV)
S003AC
42
Medium-Voltage industrial installation design
A001TC
43
Electricity: Learning the basics
K001AC
44
Electricity: Getting to know MV and LV switchgear
K002AC
45
Electricity: Learning the basics of MV distribution
M030AC
46
APPS – Utility Transmission Power System Protection – Part 1
APP014
47
APPS – Utility Transmission Power System Protection – Part 2
APP015
48
APPS – Industry and Oil & Gas Power System Protection – Part 1
APP016
49
APPS – Industry and Oil & Gas Power System Protection – Part 2
APP017
50
APPS – Utility Distribution Power System Protection
APP018
51
IEC 61850 Protocol: application to modern substation digital control system
DCS003
52
Communication as per IEC 60870 and IEC 61850
DCS004
53
Cyber-security Concept and Policy
GEE010
54
Cyber-security Operation
GEE011
55
Protection & Substation Control
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Matching your
training needs
To meet your installation needs (new installations, under modifications and/or extensions,
etc.), Schneider Electric Technical Institute proposes training courses that cover:
@@Different installation types and architectures
@@Installations equipped with, or without, Schneider Electric products
@@Your specific installation.
Schneider Electric has adopted the blended teaching approach, combining e-Learning programs and
face-to-face training. This very effective training method provides the technical expertise to the trainee
progressively. Below is our suggested sequence:
1
2
e-Learning modules:
Theoretical courses:
As the first step, in the
discovery phase. This
training method allows
trainees to acquire the
fundamentals and
useful information at
their own pace.
To benefit from the
experience and
knowledge of our
instructors in
fundamental technical
topics. From generic
topics as electricity
basics to design
installation,
Trainees can define
their program over a
variety of modules that
can be followed and
completed according to
their schedule.
3
Operation &
Maintenance Courses:
To go further by gaining
in practice. These
practical works are
set out in detail in
the next chapter.
as well as cybersecurity and power
system protection.
Courses are designed
to bring trainees to
advanced stage of
knowledge that will
allow them to go
beyond installation and
substation expertise
and to acquire a global
view on network
operations.
Whatever course curriculum is chosen, the trainees’ awareness
will be raised to normal and fault conditions of network
and installation operation.
We are convinced that after our course, trainees will be better equipped
to analyze situations and determine the appropriate solutions.
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S002AC
High Voltage power transmission (> 50 kV)
e-Learning training modules
Course topics
@@Topic 1: Transmission network in Europe
__ Interconnection timeline
__ Organization & network operator
__ Energy exchanges & management
@@Topic 2: Substation technologies
__ High Voltage substations
__ Power transformers
__ High Voltage circuit-breakers
__ High Voltage disconnectors & surge arresters
__ High Voltage GIS
Objectives
nderstand the transmission network growth
U
and operating conditions.
nderstand the various technologies related
U
to substation equipment.
haracterize the various structures and master
C
the substation operating conditions.
Duration
17 modules ± 1h
100% Theoretical
Price
Contact us
Dates & Place
@@Topic 3: Architecture of High Voltage substations
__ High Voltage substation structure & diagrams
__ Step-up substations
__ High Voltage interconnect & transformer substations
@@Topic 4: Substations operating safety & reliability
__ Instrument transformers
__ Protection & control
__ Auxiliary services
@@Topic 5: High Voltage overhead lines & cables
__ Functions & structure
__ Sizing
__ Construction
__ Available assessments
__ Easy user navigation
__ Various interactive learning activities
__ Online dictionary on transmission and distribution
Audience
@@ All persons wanting to start learning about the principles of the
transmission network
Anytime, anywhere,
as long as you have
internet access
Learning Path
Prerequisites
Basic knowledge
in electricity
Training
S002AC
Next Step
S003AC
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with an experienced instructor
@@Assess and train newcomers
@@Improve and homogenize team members’ knowledge
@@Share technical issues and references within multi-disciplinary or multi-site teams
@@Self-assess knowledge acquisition through quizzes during the learning process
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S003AC
Medium Voltage power distribution (>1kV)
e-Learning training modules
Course topics
@@Topic 1: Distribution networks
__ Distribution in the electrical network
__ People involved in deregulation
__ Constitution of the distribution network
@@Topic 2: Substation equipment
__ Transformers
__ Medium Voltage switchgear
__ Associated equipment
Objectives
nderstand the evolution in time, the constitution,
U
and the role of distribution networks.
nderstand the various technologies associated
U
with the network components.
haracterize the various structures and
C
index the distribution layouts.
@@Topic 3: Structure & network circuit diagrams
__ Topology
__ Overhead and underground networks
__ Medium Voltage wiring systems
@@Topic 4: Protection systems
__ Overcurrents
__ Neutral systems
__ Grounding connection diagrams
@@Topic 5: Industrial networks
__ Architecture & voltage levels
__ Power supply sources
__ The railway electrical network
__ Available assessments
__ Easy user navigation
__ Various interactive learning activities
__ Online dictionary on transmission and distribution
Duration
15 modules ± 1h
100% Theoretical
Price
Contact us
Audience
@@All persons wanting to start learning about the principles
of the distribution network
Dates & Place
Anytime, anywhere,
as long as you have
internet access
Learning Path
Prerequisites
S002AC
Basic knowledge
in electricity
Training
S003AC
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with an experienced instructor
@@Assess and train newcomers
@@Improve and homogenize team members’ knowledge
@@Share technical issues and references within multi-disciplinary or multi-sites teams
@@Self-assess knowledge acquisition through quizzes during the learning process
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Next Step
S002AC
A001TC
Medium Voltage industrial installation design
Objectives
Design a Medium Voltage electrical installation.
Estimate the value of short circuit currents.
Select the appropriate switchgear.
Select the appropriate electrical ductwork.
Course topics
@@ Stages in the design of an installation
__ Installation standards
__ List of equipment used, power balance selection of power supplies:
normal, substitute emergency
__ Selection of neutral point connection
Duration
@@Characteristics of current-using equipment
__ Motors
3 or 4 days
60% Theoretical
40% Cases study
@@Characteristics of various power sources
__ Definitions of the switchgear, symbols
__ Distribution networks, transformers, generator set
Price
@@Estimation of short circuit currents
__ Three-phase short-circuit at one point on the network
__ Two-phase short-circuit
Dates & Place
@@Selection of switchgear
__ Isolator switch, load break switch, contactors fuses, circuit-breakers
Contact us
Contact us
@@ Selection of wiring systems
__ Steady state operating conditions, transient operating conditions
@@Industrial networks
__ Connection to the grid, compensation for reactive energy
__ Structures, neutral point connection, earthing faults
__ Protection systems, selectivity: current, time delay and logic relays
@@Protection of power transformers
@@Case study
Audience
@@Engineers and technicians involved in the design, study, modification,
maintenance and operation of Medium Voltage industrial installations
Learning Path
Prerequisites
Qualified technician,
2-year university
technological diploma
or completion
Training
Next Step
A001TC
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with an experienced instructor
@@Customize the solutions for troubleshooting (malfunctioning and/or fault mode) and modifications or extensions
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K001AC
Electricity: Learning the basics
Objectives
Know how to calculate and measure current, voltage and power, understand
basic electrical diagrams and hazards of electrical current.
Course topics
Create a simple electrical circuit and learn the principles of electricity,
measuring instruments, equipment and switching devices in
electrical installations.
@@Discover electricity based on simple rules
__ approach to the subject
__ Ohm’s Law
__ power concepts
__ DC and AC current
__ principles of electromagnetism
Duration
4 days
60% Theoretical
40% Practical
Price
Contact us
Dates & Place
Contact us
@@Learn how to use simple measuring instruments
__ use of multimeter as voltmeter, ammeter, ohmmeter
@@Description of the structure and components of electrical circuits
__ generators
__ loads
__ conductors
__ switching devices (circuit-breakers, fuses, switches, contactors, etc.)
__ symbols used in circuit diagrams
@@Know the hazards of electrical current and how to protect against them
__ earth electrode
__ protection circuit
__ study of insulation faults
__ earth leakage protection
@@Case study
__ residential electrical installation
Audience
@@Operators and technicians who start learning electricity basics
Learning Path
Prerequisites
You have no knowledge
of electricity
Customer Benefits
@@Exchanges with an experienced instructor
@@40% of training time dedicated to practical work
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Training
K001AC
Next Step
K002AC
Electricity: Getting to know MV and LV switchgear
Objectives
Be able to identify and recognize products and their functions in
an electrical installation.
Course topics
Identify MV/LV distribution technologies and products.
Master electrical installation terminology and situate electrical equipment
in distribution architectures.
@@Discover the main principles of the production, transmission
and distribution of electrical power
@@Identify the standards related to electrical equipment and installations
@@Learn the role and functions of MV and LV switchgear
@@ Recognize the conventional architectures used in Medium and
Low Voltage equipment
Duration
4 days
75% Theoretical
25% Practical
Price
Contact us
Dates & Place
Contact us
@@Study of the electrical characteristics and technology of MV switchgear
__ breaking technique
__ MV cubicles and switchgear
__ measurement and protection devices
__ distribution transformer
@@Study of the electrical characteristics and technology of LV switchgear
__ air circuit-breakers
__ modular circuit-breakers
__ switches
__ contactors
__ residual current devices
__ surge arresters
__ capacitors
@@Introduction to the protection of equipment and people
__ neutral-earth connection or earthing system diagrams
__ protection equipment: insulation monitor, residual current devices
Audience
@@Operators and technicians who start learning LV & MV products
and equipment
Learning Path
Prerequisites
Training
Next Step
K001AC
You are familiar with the
basics of electricity or have
taken course K001AC
K002AC
Customer Benefits
@@Practical learning on technical documentation and hands-on learning on equipment
in real installation environment
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M030AC
Electricity: Learning the basics of MV distribution
Objectives
Understand the operation and implementation of MV networks.
Course topics
Understand the components included in MV networks.
Discover the different types of architecture.
Learn how to use technical documentation on equipment and do basic
calculations for simple installations.
@@General
__ standards
__ transmission and distribution networks
__ voltage classification
__ electrical characteristics
Duration
3 days
80% Theoretical
20% Practical
Price
Contact us
Dates & Place
Contact us
@@Network architectures
__ network components
__ types of architecture
__ different types of network
@@Switchgear functions
__ disconnector
__ switch
__ contactor
__ circuit-breaker
@@Different types of sensors
__ current sensors
__ voltage sensors
@@Principles of different MV protection functions
__ current-based
__ time-based
__ logical
__ directional
@@MV equipment
__ cubicles
__ transformers
__ protection devices
__ fuses
__ study of instruction manuals
Audience
@@Operators and technicians who start to operate and implement
on MV equipment
Learning Path
Prerequisites
Training
K001AC
You are familiar with the
basics of electricity or have
taken course K001AC
M030AC
Customer Benefits
@@Practical learning on technical documentation and hands-on learning on equipment
in real installation environment
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Next Step
APP014
APPS – Utility Transmission Power System Protection – Part 1
Objectives
Understand the key principles of protection in High Voltage
and EHV transmission networks.
Course topics
@@Analysis of Balanced & Unbalanced Faults
@@Application of overcurrent & ground fault protection
@@Line Distance Protection
@@Line Differential Protection
@@Auto-Reclosing & Synchro-check automatism
@@Current Transformer Requirements for Protection
@@System Grounding
Duration
5 days
100% Theoretical
Price
Audience
@@Maintenance and commissioning engineers, especially those involved
with protective relays
@@Protection engineers, protection design engineers
Contact us
@@Project managers
Dates & Place
Contact us
Learning Path
Prerequisites
Knowledge
and understanding
of power networks
Electrotechnical and
mathematical basics
Technician or
engineer level
Training
APP014
Next Step
APP015
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with experienced instructors
@@Sustain the success of your business by enhancing employee efficiency and morale
@@Reinforce your company’s expert knowledge
@@Gain increased understanding of protection principles needed to understand Power system requirements
@@Gain the confidence to maintain your system
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APP015
APPS – Utility Transmission Power System Protection – Part 2
Objectives
Gain a comprehensive understanding of the principles of selection and
application in the most common types of protection found in Transmission
and Sub-Transmission power systems.
Course topics
@@Transformer Protection
@@Bus Protection
@@Breaker Fail Logic
@@Supervision & Automation facilities in substations
@@Generator Protection
@@System Stability issues & Wide Area Monitoring
@@Impact of Renewable Generations
Duration
@@Integrated Protection & Control and their advantage
5 days
100% Theoretical
Price
Contact us
Dates & Place
Contact us
@@Substation Automation using IEC 61850 & benefits
Audience
@@Maintenance and commissioning engineers, especially those involved
with protective relays
@@Protection engineers, protection design engineers
@@Project managers
Learning Path
Prerequisites
Training
Next Step
APP014
Knowledge
and understanding
of power networks
Electrotechnical and
mathematical basics
Technician or
engineer level
APP015
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with experienced instructors
@@Sustain the success of your business by enhancing employee efficiency and morale
@@Reinforce your company’s expert knowledge
@@Gain increased understanding of protection principles needed to understand Power system requirements
@@Gain the confidence to maintain your system
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APP016
APPS – Industry and Oil & Gas Power System Protection – Part 1
Objectives
Gain more experience in the theory of protection application for Industrial
Medium Voltage network with additional tutorials on fault calculations,
relay settings and communication facilities.
Course topics
@@Analysis of Balanced & Unbalanced Faults
@@System Grounding
@@Application of overcurrent & ground fault protection
@@Protection coordination rules
@@Motor Protection
@@Transformer Protection
@@Bus Protection
Duration
@@Feeder Protection
5 days
100% Theoretical
Price
Contact us
Dates & Place
Contact us
@@Generator Protection
Audience
@@Protection engineers, Protection design engineers working in Industrial
power Network
@@Maintenance and commissioning engineers, especially those involved
with protective relays
@@Project managers
Learning Path
Prerequisites
Training
Next Step
APP014
Knowledge
and understanding
of power networks
Electrotechnical and
mathematical basics
Technician or
engineer level
APP016
APP017
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with experienced instructors
@@Sustain the success of your business by enhancing employee efficiency and morale
@@Reinforce your company’s expert knowledge
@@Gain increased understanding of protection principles needed to understand Power system requirements
@@Gain the confidence to maintain your system
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APP017
APPS – Industry and Oil & Gas Power System Protection – Part 2
Objectives
Based on several case study, this training will give you practical
understanding of the theory of protection application for Medium Voltage
network in Electro-intensive industry (O&G, Mines & Metals, etc.).
Course topics
@@Analysis of Balanced & Unbalanced Faults
@@System Grounding
@@Fault analysis
@@Generator Protection
@@Voltage and frequency protection
@@Current Transformer Requirements for Protection
@@System Stability issues
Duration
@@Fast load-shedding
5 days
100% Theoretical
Price
Contact us
Dates & Place
Contact us
@@Substation Automation using IEC 61850 & benefits
Audience
@@Protection engineers, Protection design engineers working in
Industrial power Network
@@Maintenance and commissioning engineers, especially those
involved with protective relays
@@Project managers
Learning Path
Prerequisites
Training
Next Step
APP016
Knowledge
and understanding
of power networks
Electrotechnical and
mathematical basics
Technician or
engineer level
APP017
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with experienced instructors
@@Sustain the success of your business by enhancing employee efficiency and morale
@@Reinforce your company’s expert knowledge
@@Gain increased understanding of protection principles needed to understand Power system requirements
@@Gain the confidence to maintain your system
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APP018
APPS – Utility Distribution Power System Protection
Objectives
Dedicated to distribution network topology and philosophy, this course
will prepare you to face the challenge of smart grids.
Course topics
@@Analysis of Balanced & Unbalanced Faults
@@System Grounding
@@Application of overcurrent & ground fault protection
@@Protection coordination rules
@@Transformer Protection
@@Bus Protection
@@Feeder Protection
@@Generator Protection
Duration
@@Distance protection
5 days
100% Theoretical
@@Voltage and frequency protection
Price
@@System Stability issues
@@Current Transformer Requirements for Protection
Contact us
@@Distributed generation
Dates & Place
@@Substation Automation using IEC 61850 & benefits
Contact us
@@Demand response
Audience
@@Protection engineers, Protection design engineers working in Industrial
power Network
@@Maintenance and commissioning engineers, especially those involved
with protective relays
@@Project managers
Learning Path
Prerequisites
Training
Next Step
APP016
Knowledge
and understanding
of power networks
Electrotechnical and
mathematical basics
Technician or
engineer level
APP018
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with experienced instructors
@@Sustain the success of your business by enhancing employee efficiency and morale
@@Reinforce your company’s expert knowledge
@@Gain increased understanding of protection principles needed to understand Power system requirements
@@Gain the confidence to maintain your system
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DCS003
IEC 61850 Protocol: application to modern substation digital control system
Objectives
Understand the application of the IEC 61850 protocol and acquire a practical
knowledge in using this communication protocol.
Course topics
@@From the theory to the application:
__ Overview of the protocol and its application for substation Automation
@@Main concepts:
__ Services
__ Modelisation
__ System configuration languages
__ Compliances tests
Duration
2.5 days
100% Theoretical
Price
Contact us
Dates & Place
Contact us
@@Applications user cases:
__ Architecture
__ Distributed functions
__ Cohabitation cases (multi-protocol)
__ Systems configuration
__ Interoperability tests
__ Project management
Audience
@@Consultants in power systems
@@Design Engineers for substation automation
@@Project Managers
Learning Path
Prerequisites
Electrical substation
knowledge
Digital Control
system basics
Engineers with 2 years’
experience
Training
DCS003
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with experienced instructors
@@Take benefit from IEC 61850 utilization to reduce cost and risks
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Next Step
DCS004
Communication as per IEC 60870 and IEC 61850
Objectives
Teach the theory and application of communication within the substation
control station, including a comprehensive discussion of the information
models, configuration language and services.
Explain the latest developments and the future of IEC 61850.
Course topics
@@Bases of the communication technology
__ Authoritative model OSI
__ Protocols in the station automation
__ Communication structures
__ Standards (today and tomorrow)
Duration
2 days
100% Theoretical
Price
Contact us
Dates & Place
Contact us
@@Communication networks
__ Construction and structure
__ Facilities
__ Requirements
@@Present communication
__ IEC 60870-5-103
__ IEC 60870-5-101
__ IEC 60870-5-104
@@IEC 61850
__ Construction of the standard
__ Data model and data services
__ Structures
__ Application
Audience
@@Engineers working in the area of substation automation or/and engineers
working in the planning of the application
Learning Path
Prerequisites
Knowledge on substation
automation and
basic protection
Training
Next Step
DCS004
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with an experienced instructor
@@The trainees will have the necessary knowledge to clearly understand the performances and the limits
of the IEC protocols
@@The trainees will be able to optimize the data to be exchanged, for example, between substation and SCADA,
and to analyze communication protocol
@@Application on IEC 61850 Communication Protocol
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GEE010
Cyber-security Concept and Policy
Objectives
Share a common language and knowledge on Cyber-security.
Understand the standards, their philosophy and their implementation
in your day-to-day business.
Analyze and implement a comprehensive Cyber-security policy.
How to react in the face of an issue – initiation to crisis management
(technical point of view).
Course topics
@@Definition and wording
@@NERC-CIP standards,
@@CIP-001-1a Sabotage Reporting
@@CIP-002-3 Critical Cyber Assets
Duration
@@CIP-003-3 Security Management Controls
@@CIP-004-3 Personnel and Training
2 days
75% Theoretical
25% Cases study
@@CIP-005-3 Electronic Security
Price
@@CIP-007-3 Systems Security Management
@@CIP-006-3 Physical Security
@@CIP-008-3 Incident Reporting and Response Planning
Contact us
Dates & Place
Contact us
@@CIP-009-3 Recovery Plans
@@Cases Study (6 different practical cases)
Audience
@@Cyber-security managers/officers who need to define and implement
Cyber-security policy within their company
Learning Path
Prerequisites
General knowledge
about operation
General management
of company
Training
GEE010
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with an experienced instructor
@@Understand the concept of Cyber-security
@@Have a pragmatic approach of CS
@@Avoid basic mistakes when defining CS policy
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Next Step
GEE011
Cyber-security Operation
Objectives
Share a common language and knowledge on Cyber-security.
Implement the Cyber-security in your operation and maintenance tasks.
Course topics
@@Definition and wording
@@NERC-CIP standards,
@@CIP-001-1a Sabotage Reporting
@@CIP-002-3 Critical Cyber Assets
@@CIP-003-3 Security Management Controls
@@CIP-004-3 Personnel and Training
@@CIP-005-3 Electronic Security
Duration
@@CIP-006-3 Physical Security
2 days
75% Theoretical
25% Cases study
@@CIP-007-3 Systems Security Management
Price
@@Cases Study focusing on operation, maintenance
Contact us
@@Best practices
Dates & Place
Audience
Contact us
@@CIP-008-3 Incident Reporting and Response Planning
@@CIP-009-3 Recovery Plans
@@Operation and maintenance staff dealing with Digital protection
and Control system in electrical substation
Learning Path
Prerequisites
Experience in
maintenance, operation
and commissioning
of digital protection
and control systems
Training
Next Step
GEE011
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with an experienced instructor
@@Understand the concept of Cyber-security
@@Have a pragmatic approach of CS
@@Avoid basic mistakes when defining CS policy
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Operation and
maintenance
When it comes to equipment operation and maintenance, theoretical study
is necessary but not sufficient to optimize personnel responsiveness.
In-depth product knowledge is vital to ensure the Power service continuity.
What makes a real difference is the experience site personnel can gain through
practice, over the years, and through training.
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Contents
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Electrical Distribution equipment
e-Learning fundamentals for Medium Voltage equipment up to 50 kV
e-Learning fundamentals for transformer technology, features and applications
LV equipment: operate and maintain equipment solutions
Electricity: operate and maintain your MV/LV transformer stations
MV switchgear: operating and maintaining equipment solutions
WI Gas Insulated switchgear up to 52 kV – Operation & maintenance
GMA Gas Insulated switchgear up to 24 kV – Operation & maintenance
FBX Gas Insulated RMU up to 24 kV – Operation & maintenance
HVX Vacuum circuit-breaker up to 36 kV – Operation & maintenance
Getting to grips with a Medium Voltage installation
Fixed and Compact sized SF6 Gas switchboards – Operation & maintenance
PIX & Px Withdrawable SF6 Gas switchboards – Operation & maintenance
VISAX Maintenance and fault clearing
PIX Withdrawable Switchboards (fitted with Vacuum circuit-breaker) – Operation & maintenance
RM6 MV Gas-isolated switchgear RM6 < 24 kV
SM6 MV Air-isolated switchgear SM6 < 36 kV
LF MV switchgear – Use, installation and maintenance
SF MV switchgear – Use, installation and maintenance
Ringmaster RN2C – Operation and maintenance
GenieEvo switchgear – Operation and maintenance
Evolis MV switchgear – Use, installation and maintenance
Motorpact MV motor control center – Use, installation and maintenance
MCset 1 2 3 switchgear – Use, installation and maintenance
Distribution transformers – Principles, installation, use and maintenance
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S007AC
L001AC
K003AC
M031AC
M002TC
M003TC
M005TC
M006TC
M010TC
M012TC
M014TC
M015TC
M016TC
M017TC
M018TC
M019TC
M024TC
M025TC
M026TC
M027TC
M028TC
M029TC
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Protections
MiCOM Px20 et Px40 Master Class
MiCOM Px30 Master Class
Railway protection
Overcurrent and Feeder Protection – MiCOM P12x and P14x
Motor Protection – MiCOM P22x and P24x
Generator Protection – MiCOM P34x
Distance Protection – MiCOM P44x
Line Differential Protection – MiCOM P52x and P54x
Voltage and Frequency Protection – MiCOM P92x and P94x
Differential Transformer Protection – MiCOM P63x
Distance Protection Device – MiCOM P437
Feeder Protection Device – MiCOM P139
Digital Differential Busbar Protection – MiCOM P74x
Distance Protection Device for Railway Application – MiCOM P438
Sepam Master Class
Sepam 80 Expert
Sepam Communication with IEC 61850
Sepam 60 Expert
Substations Control
MiCOM C264: Compact RTU (Remote Terminal Unit)
Fundamentals of Digital Control System and PACiS Operation & Maintenance Principles
PACiS Protection Automation & Control – Architecture & Operation
PACiS Protection Automation & Control – Architecture, Operation & Maintenance
Configuration of IEC 61850 communication on MiCOM Px30 and Px40 series
Configuration of the Easergy range
iRio / Kerwin basics
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Matching your
training needs
In operation and maintenance, theory is needed,
practice is essential!
It is clear that no operation or maintenance can be achieved without a minimum of electricity product
study. A theoretical approach will allow your teams to acquire the right competencies quicker.
Practical training will provide in weeks what field experience can bring you in years.
The world’s highest performing networks, substations or products rely on the highest performing
people. The more efficiently they manage and understand data, the quicker the fault consequences
are minimized.
Schneider Electric Technical Institute offers
training courses with the right blend of theory
and practice:
@@Participants must first follow an e-Learning
program to understand the fundamentals of
the electrical energy distribution and to free up
time to complete as much practical cases as
possible during classroom sessions.
@@During the theoretical part of each courses,
participants make an in-depth study of
products and/or solutions. This step is crucial
to understand the electrical and the mechanical
constraints encountered in the equipment’s
lifespan.
@@During the practical part, participants can
put into practice their knowledge on realsize equipment through hands-on work
exercises. This ensures that trainees carry
out the exact and correct operation. It is the
best way to enhance the practical memory
of employees.
Our training courses cover a large range
of equipment:
@@Electrical Distribution equipment:
> Operational issues such as safe operating
conditions, correct interlocking, equipment
monitoring, fault simulations, fault diagnosis
and troubleshooting.
> Maintenance issues such as maintenance
plan (e.g., scheduled/ condition maintenance),
maintenance procedures (e.g., regular/ repair
operations) and testing procedures before
return to normal operation.
@@Protection and Substations controls:
A comprehensive understanding of protection
principles when setting parameters, analyzing
disturbance data and managing failures.
The courses allow participants to reinforce
the protection schemes and the digital control
system for substations. These will definitely
help your staff improve their responsiveness
when faced with unexpected incidents.
Your equipment at the heart
of our training offering
Thanks to the modular design of our training courses, each course can be fully
adapted to your own specific electrical equipment (product specification,
maintenance procedures, etc.) to create and deliver customized teaching
material that will optimize the competence of your personnel.
These courses have a limited number of attendees to ensure that they get the
most out of the hands-on training and practice. Workshops are conducted on
full-size equipment delivered by our technical expert instructors. This enables
them to learn in their daily activity environment, and enables them to easily
apply what they’ve learned when they get back to work.
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S004AC
e-Learning fundamentals for Medium Voltage equipment up to 50 kV
Objectives
Prepare to the classroom session.
Discover the distribution networks' part in the electrical network.
Understand the transformer’s part in the distribution network.
Understand the characteristics of the public distribution networks’ switchgear.
Know the industrial networks’ architecture specifications.
Course topics
@@Module 1: Distribution in the electrical network
@@Module 2: Transformer
@@Module 3: Medium Voltage switchgear
@@Module 4: Equipment associated with the switchgear
Duration
@@Module 5: Industrial networks’ architecture and voltage levels
5 hours
100% Theoretical
Price
__ Available assessments
__ Easy user navigation
__ Various interactive learning activities
__ Online dictionary on Distribution
Dates & Place
Audience
Contact us
Anytime, anywhere
as long as you have
internet access
@@People wishing to enhance their distribution network working knowledge
and to improve their technical understanding of distribution products
and solution
Learning Path
Prerequisites
Basic knowledge
in electricity
Training
S004AC
Next Step
All Medium
Voltage Courses
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with an experienced instructor
@@Accessible training 24/7
@@Time saving, courses done at the trainee’s own pace
@@Technical guarantee of contents designed by experts
@@To be used before and after classroom session
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S007AC
e-Learning fundamentals for transformer technology,
features and applications
Objectives
Understand the various transformer technologies related to substations.
Know how transformers step-up or step-down voltages,
adjust network voltages.
Know the differences between transformer types.
Course topics
@@Module 1: High Voltage Substations
__ Arrangement with transformers
@@Module 2: Power transformers
__ Principles
__ Technologies
__ Tap-changers
Duration
5 hours
100% Theoretical
@@Module 3: Role of Transformers within a power plant
__ Main transformers
__ Auxiliary transformers
Price
@@Module 4: Instrument transformers
__ Current transformers
__ Voltage transformers
Dates & Place
@@Module 5: Distribution transformers
__ Oil-immersed type
__ Dry types
__ Cooling systems
Contact us
Anytime, anywhere,
as long as you have
internet access
__ Available assessments
__ Easy user navigation
__ Various interactive learning activities
__ Online dictionary on Transmission
Audience
@@People wishing to enhance their Transmission & Distribution working
knowledge and especially to improve their technical understanding
of transformers
Learning Path
Prerequisites
Basic knowledge
in electricity
Training
S007AC
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with an experienced instructor
@@Accessible training 24/7
@@Time saving, courses done at the trainee’s own pace
@@Technical guarantee of contents designed by experts
@@To be used before and after classroom session
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Next Step
S002AC
S003AC
T001TC
L001AC
LV equipment: operate and maintain equipment solutions
Objectives
To operate and maintain LV circuit-breakers more efficiently.
Course topics
Operate LV circuit-breakers.
Carry out level II maintenance operations, AFNOR standard.
Set and configure the various types of trip units.
@@Reminder of the characteristics and functions of LV circuit-breakers:
__ understand all the data written on a circuit-breaker
(rating plates, trip unit and machine)
__ consequences of harmonics on the installation
@@Understand the principles of circuit-breaker cut-off:
__ the various technologies
Duration
4 days
70% Theoretical
30% Practical
Price
Contact us
Dates & Place
Contact us
@@Know the ranges of LV circuit-breakers, their characteristics
and performance:
__ Multi 9/Acti 9 range
__ Compact NS/NSX/C/CM
__ Masterpact M/NT/NW
@@Know how to set and configure trip units:
__ read and analyze tripping curves
__ setting of TM thermal-magnetic trip units
__ setting and configuring of ST and STR control units
__ setting and configuring of Micrologic control units
@@Practical exercises
@@Carry out the main replacement and adaptation operations –
Level II AFNOR:
__ operations, maintenance, replacement and adaptation on the circuitbreakers of the various ranges
__ plugging/unplugging operations
__ adaptation of electrical auxiliary units: MN, MX, XF, electric control,
auxiliary contacts, etc.
Audience
@@People who work with the operation and maintenance of
an LV electrical installation
Learning Path
Prerequisites
Training
Next Step
K001AC
Basic knowledge in LV
electrical distribution
systems
L001AC
Customer Benefits
@@Trainees will gain physical understanding of equipment in an actual installation environment
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K003AC
Electricity: operate and maintain your MV/LV transformer stations
Objectives
Be able to perform operating and level I maintenance operations in all safety.
Course topics
Know how to identify the various components of an LV/MV consumer
substation (with or without LV/MV metering), transformer or splitting substation.
Know the principles of installing, operating and maintaining MV/LV transformer
stations (MV cubicles, MV/LV transformers, LV switchboards, etc.)
@@Know the architecture of the substation depending on standards:
__ areas of application (public/private limit, metering, etc.)
__ applicable regulations
__ types of distribution (antenna, loop, double shunt)
Duration
3 days
50% Theoretical
50% Practical
Price
Contact us
Dates & Place
Contact us
@@Identify the components of the MV switchboard:
__ types and characteristics of MV cubicles, isolating switch, switch,
circuit-breaker, etc.)
__ operation and maintenance
@@Operate and maintain MV/LV transformers:
__ types (ERT, sec) and characteristics (voltage, coupling)
__ protections (DGPT2)
__ preventive maintenance operation.
@@Identify the components of the LV switchboard:
__ power equipment (switch, circuit-breaker)
__ reminders on earthing diagrams
__ switchboard maintenance operation
@@Substation accessories:
__ auxiliary voltage
__ operating and extinction equipment
__ signaling
@@Practical work on our installations:
__ reminder of the concept of qualification/competence and example
of lock-out procedure
__ reading, interpretation and interlocking operation
__ replacing a HV fuse
__ changing a voltage switch on a transformer
__ cubicle maneuver
__ lock-out sequences
Audience
@@Electricians in charge of operation and Level I maintenance
of the equipment of MV/LV electrical installations.
Learning Path
Prerequisites
Training
Next Step
K002AC or M030AC
Basic knowledge in
the field of electric
maintenance
K003AC
Customer Benefits
@@Training courses with hands-on practice MV installations equipped with modular or compact cubicles and
oil bath transformers
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M031AC
MV switchgear: operating and maintaining equipment solutions
Objectives
Be able to optimally operate and maintain MV distribution equipment.
Course topics
Safely handle the equipment in your MV substations (consumer substation,
secondary transmission substation, ring substation).
Apply maintenance rules to the MV equipment in your substations in order
to keep them operative.
@@Identify different MV electrical distribution architectures
@@Understand the electrical safety aspects required for the operation
of MV equipment:
__ review of safety rules
__ lock-out
@@Make the connection between breaking techniques and reduced
maintenance
Duration
4 days
50% Theoretical
50% Practical
Price
Contact us
Dates & Place
Contact us
@@Study the electrical characteristics, handling and maintenance
of the different ranges of MV equipment:
__ presentation and characteristics of equipment
__ description of cubicle components
__ main functions performed
__ operations
__ adding auxiliaries
__ maintenance and replacement operations (AFNOR level II)
@@Hands-on exercises
Identification of MV equipment handling, switching, maintenance
and replacement components and operations
Audience
@@Maintenance operators, technicians and engineers
Learning Path
Prerequisites
Training
Next Step
K002AC - M030AC
You have basic
knowledge in the area
of electrical maintenance
or have taken course
K002AC or M030AC
M031AC
Customer Benefits
@@Hands-on learning of equipment by trainees in a real installation environment
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M002TC
WI Gas Insulated switchgear up to 52 kV – Operation & maintenance
Objectives
Understand the function of the WI circuit-breaker and the mechanism.
Operate switchgear.
Apply maintenance procedures.
Apply safety rules.
Course topics
Duration
3 days
50% Theoretical
50% Practical
Price
Contact us
Dates & Place
Contact us
@@Theoretical part
__ General development of Medium Voltage switchgears
__ Principal rated values
__ Design concept
__ Operation panel
__ Drive and interlock unit
__ Interrogation interlock
__ Gas compartments
__ Encapsulation of all live parts
__ Bus bar system
__ Vacuum circuit-breaker
__ Arc quenching in vacuum
__ Contact material
__ Three-position disconnector
__ Voltage and current transformer
__ Dimension and weights
__ Voltage and gas indication devices
__ Sulfur hexafluoride SF6
@@Practical part
__ Principle arrangement and function of VCB driving mechanism
in switchgear type WI
__ Mechanism ON / Mechanism OFF
__ Charging, coupling and switching shaft
__ Principle arrangement of Vacuum Interrupter
__ Maintenance according operating instructions
Audience
@@Technicians involved in the operation and maintenance
of Medium Voltage substations installations
Learning Path
Prerequisites
S004AC
Basic knowledge in
electricity and mechanics
Training
M002TC
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with an experienced instructor
@@Real hands-on work on electrical equipment
@@Practice in operating of the switchgear type WI
@@Immediate practice of the theoretical knowledge acquired
@@Repair of minor failures
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Next Step
M003TC
GMA Gas Insulated switchgear up to 24 kV – Operation & maintenance
Objectives
Understand the function of the GMA circuit-breaker and the mechanism.
Operate switchgear.
Apply maintenance procedures.
Apply safety rules.
Course topics
Duration
3 days
50% Theoretical
50% Practical
Price
Contact us
Dates & Place
Contact us
@@Theoretical part
__ General development of Medium Voltage switchgears
__ Principal rated values
__ Design concept
__ Operation panel
__ Drive and interlock unit
__ Interrogation interlock
__ Gas compartments
__ Encapsulation of all live parts
__ Bus bar system
__ Vacuum circuit-breaker
__ Arc quenching in vacuum
__ Contact material
__ Voltage and current transformer
__ Dimension and weights
__ Voltage and gas indication devices
__ Sulfur hexafluoride SF6
@@Practical part
__ Principle arrangement and function of VCB driving mechanism
in switchgear type GMA
__ Mechanism ON / Mechanism OFF
__ Principle arrangement of Vacuum Interrupter
__ Maintenance according operating instructions
Audience
@@Technicians involved in the operation and maintenance
of Medium Voltage substations installations
Learning Path
Prerequisites
S004AC
Basic knowledge in
electricity and mechanics
Training
Next Step
M003TC
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with an experienced instructor
@@Real hands-on work on electrical equipment
@@Practice in operating of the switchgear type GMA
@@Immediate practice of the theoretical knowledge acquired
@@Repair of minor failures
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M005TC
FBX Gas Insulated RMU up to 24 kV – Operation & maintenance
Objectives
Understand the function of the FBX and the mechanism.
Operate RMU.
Apply safety rules.
Course topics
Duration
2 days
50% Theoretical
50% Practical
Price
Contact us
Dates & Place
Contact us
@@Theoretical part
__ General development of Medium Voltage switchgears
__ Principal rated values
__ Design concept
__ Operation panel
__ Interrogation interlock
__ Gas compartments
__ Encapsulation of all live parts
__ Bus bar system
__ Switch disconnector
__ Vacuum circuit-breaker (M030AC)
__ Arc quenching in vacuum
__ Contact material
__ Fuse (T1) / Protection Relays (M030AC)
__ Voltage and current transformer
__ Dimension and weights
__ Gas indication devices
__ Sulfur hexafluoride SF6
@@Practical part
__ Principle arrangement and function of driving mechanism
in RMU type FBX
__ Mechanism SF
__ Mechanism SFU
__ Principle arrangement of Vacuum Interrupter
__ Trouble-shooting
Audience
@@Technicians involved in the operation and maintenance
of Medium Voltage substations installations
Learning Path
Prerequisites
S004AC
Basic knowledge in
electricity and mechanics
Training
M005TC
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with an experienced instructor
@@Real hands-on work on electrical equipment
@@Practice in operating of the switchgear type FBX
@@Immediate practice of the theoretical knowledge acquired
@@Repair of minor failures
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M006TC
HVX Vacuum circuit-breaker up to 36 kV – Operation & maintenance
Objectives
Understand the function of the HVX circuit-breaker and the mechanism.
Operate circuit-breaker.
Apply maintenance procedures.
Apply safety rules.
Course topics
Duration
2 days
50% Theoretical
50% Practical
Price
Contact us
Dates & Place
Contact us
@@Theoretical part
__ General development of Medium Voltage switching devices
__ Principal rated values
__ Design concept
__ Operation
__ Drive and interlock unit
__ Vacuum bottles
__ Arc quenching in vacuum
__ Contact material
__ Dimension and weights
@@Practical part
__ Principle arrangement and function of VCB driving mechanism
__ Mechanism ON / Mechanism OFF
__ Charging mechanism
__ Principle arrangement of Vacuum Interrupter
__ Maintenance according operating instructions
Audience
@@Technicians involved in the operation and maintenance
of Medium Voltage switching devices
Learning Path
Prerequisites
S004AC
Basic knowledge in
electricity and mechanics
Training
Next Step
M006TC
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with an experienced instructor
@@Real hands-on work on electrical equipment
@@Practice in operating of the Vacuum Circuit-Breaker type HVX
@@Immediate practice of the theoretical knowledge acquired
@@Repair of minor failures
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M010TC
Getting to grips with a Medium Voltage installation
Objectives
Identify the electrical components in a transformer substation
or supply substation.
Understand the function of each mechanism.
Understand the technology of the equipment.
Perform standard operations.
Course topics
@@Reminder of electrical safety standards
@@Knowledge of the switchgear
__ Functions
__ Characteristics
__ Standards
__ Technology
Duration
Price
@@Distribution methods
__ Single feeder, double feeder
__ Automatic transfer
__ Ring main
__ Normal-emergency
__ Coupling
Dates & Place
@@Interlocks
__ Function interlocks and padlocking
__ Operation interlocks
3 days
60% Theoretical
40% Practical
Contact us
Contact us
@@Standard operations on the various bays
@@Preventive maintenance
Audience
@@Technicians in charge of Medium Voltage substation equipment
operation and maintenance
Learning Path
Prerequisites
Training
S004AC
Basic knowledge
in electricity, mechanics
and electrical safety
M010TC
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with an experienced instructor
@@Real hands-on work on electrical equipment
@@Master and optimize the use of your equipment
@@Optimize the qualification and the responsiveness of your staff
@@Limit production stoppages
@@Acquire the "know how" and correct conduct
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M012TC
Fixed and compact sized SF6 Gas switchboards – Operation & maintenance
Objectives
Understand the function of each mechanism.
Operate switchgear.
Apply operation and motorization procedures.
Course topics
@@Transient phenomena occurring and opening or closing switchgear
@@Electrical arc
__ Development and extinction
@@SF6 gas
__ Chemical composition, physical properties, electrical properties
__ By-products of decomposition
__ Video presentation
Duration
3 days
30% Theoretical
70% Practical
Price
Contact us
Dates & Place
Contact us
@@Different types of bay
__ Function: incoming, outgoing
__ Use diagrams, mechanical and key locking
__ Operation, safety of operation
__ Check before commissioning
@@Motorization
__ Mechanism dismantling
__ Adaptation parts
__ Assembly of new mechanisms
__ Motorization
__ Tests
@@Fuse
__ Function
__ Replacement
@@Practical work on bays
Audience
@@Technicians involved in the operation and maintenance of installations
handling voltages between 1 kV and 50 kV
Learning Path
Prerequisites
S004AC
Basic knowledge in
electricity and mechanics
Training
Next Step
M012TC
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with an experienced instructor
@@Real hands-on work on electrical equipment
@@Master and optimize the use of your equipment
@@Optimize the qualification and the responsiveness of your staff
@@Limit production stoppages
@@Acquire the "know how" and correct conduct
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M014TC
PIX & Px withdrawable SF6 Gas Switchboards – Operation & maintenance
Objectives
Understand the function of each mechanism.
Operate switchgear.
Apply maintenance procedures.
Course topics
@@PIX cell
__ Description, operation, installation, connecting to the busbar
__ Tightening torques
__ Installation of the moving parts (FPX circuit-breaker)
__ Tests
@@SF6 gas
__ Chemical composition, physical properties, electrical properties
__ By-products of decomposition
__ Breaking of the arc in SF6 gas
Duration
4.5 days
30% Theoretical
70% Practical
Price
Contact us
Dates & Place
Contact us
@@FPX circuit-breaker
__ Interruption chamber
__ Procedures for adjusting pressure on receipt of the circuit-breaker
__ Verifications
__ Switching operations, maintenance
@@BRH control mechanism
__ Description, operation
__ O-C-O sequence: tensioning, closing, tripping
__ Switching operations
__ Maintenance: 3-year or 6-year service interval, verification, lubrication,
replacement of auxiliaries, adjustments, tests
@@Low Voltage module
__ Function, commissioning, operation
@@ Practical work on cells, circuit-breakers and associated control mechanisms
Audience
@@Technicians involved in the operation and maintenance of installations
handling voltages between 1 kV and 50 kV
Learning Path
Prerequisites
S004AC
Basic knowledge in
electricity and mechanics
Training
M014TC
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with an experienced instructor
@@Real hands-on work on electrical equipment
@@Master and optimize the use of your equipment
@@Optimize the qualification and the responsiveness of your staff
@@Limit production stoppages
@@Acquire the "know how" and correct conduct
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M015TC
VISAX Maintenance and fault clearing
Objectives
Understand the function of each mechanism.
Operate switchgear.
Apply maintenance and fault clearing procedures.
Course topics
@@Medium Voltage cubicles VISAX type
__ Technical characteristics
__ Standards and circuit-breakers manufacture range
__ BLV Vacuum circuit-breaker
__ Different compartments
__ Arrangements
Duration
3 days
100% Theoretical
(incl. demonstration)
Price
Contact us
Dates & Place
Contact us
@@Installation and commissioning
__ Transport and handling
__ Installation and connections
__ Circuit-breaker handling
__ Commissioning tests
@@Operation and maintenance
__ Operating instructions
Audience
@@Technicians involved in the operation and maintenance of installations
handling voltages between 1 kV and 50 kV
Learning Path
Prerequisites
S004AC
Basic knowledge in
electricity and mechanics
Training
Next Step
M015TC
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with an experienced instructor
@@Real hands-on work on electrical equipment
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M016TC
PIX Withdrawable switchboards (fitted with Vacuum circuit-breaker) –
Operation & maintenance
Objectives
Understand the function of each mechanism.
Operate switchgear.
Apply maintenance procedures.
Course topics
@@PIX cell
__ Description, operation, installation, connecting to the busbar
__ Tightening torques
__ Installation of the moving parts (FPX circuit-breaker)
__ Tests
@@Vacuum breaking
__ Breaking principle
Duration
4.5 days
30% Theoretical
70% Practical
Price
Contact us
Dates & Place
Contact us
@@Vacuum circuit-breaker
__ Interruption chamber
__ Verifications
__ Switching operations, maintenance
@@Different control mechanism
__ Description, operation
__ O-C-O sequence: tensioning, closing, tripping
__ Switching operations
__ Maintenance: 3-year or 6-year service interval, verification, lubrication,
replacement of auxiliaries, adjustments, tests
@@Low Voltage module
__ Function, commissioning, operation
@@ Practical work on bays, circuit-breakers and associated control mechanisms
Audience
@@Technicians involved in the operation and maintenance of installations
handling voltages between 1 kV and 50 kV
Learning Path
Prerequisites
S004AC
Basic knowledge in
electricity and mechanics
Training
M016TC
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with an experienced instructor
@@Real hands-on work on electrical equipment
@@Master and optimize the use of your equipment
@@Optimize the qualification and the responsiveness of your staff
@@Limit production stoppages
@@Acquire the "know how" and correct conduct
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M017TC
RM6 MV Gas-isolated switchgear RM6 < 24 kV
Objectives
Operation, Design and Function, Inspection and Repair of minor failures.
Participants will acquire knowledge of the application, operation and function
of the gas-isolated switchgears RM6.
Practical activities for operation, maintenance and troubleshooting
are taught under expert guidance and performed independently.
The characteristics and environmentally handling of SF6 Gas are shown.
Course topics
@@Design and function of gas-isolated switchgears and components
@@Design features of the switchgear, gas-filled compartments and bushings
@@Design and function of the drive mechanism
@@Construction of the High Voltage terminal
Duration
2 days
40% Theoretical
60% Practical
@@Information and exercises for installation, operation, testing
and troubleshooting Environmentally handling with SF6-Gas;
physically and chemical characteristics
@@Maintenance
@@Safety instructions and procedures
Price
@@Overview of the necessary tests and analysis of test and
measurement results
Contact us
Dates & Place
Contact us
Audience
@@Operation engineers, Maintenance engineers
Learning Path
Prerequisites
K002AC
Getting to know MV
and LV switchgear
Training
Next Step
M017TC
Customer Benefits
@@Exchanges with an experienced instructor
@@Real hands-on work on electrical equipment
@@Practice in operating of the switchgear
@@Immediate practice of the theoretical knowledge acquired
@@Repair of minor failures
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M018TC
SM6 MV Air-isolated switchgear SM6 < 36 kV
Objectives
Operation, Design and Function, Inspection and Repair of minor failures.
Participants will get knowledge of the application, operation and function
of the air-isolated switchgears SM6.
Practical activities for operation, maintenance and troubleshooting are
taught under expert guidance and performed independently.
Course topics
@@Design and function of air-isolated switchgears and components
@@Design features of the switchgear, compartments and bushings,
transformer and cable connectors
@@Design and function of the circuit-breaker and principle of current
interruption
Duration
2 days
40% Theoretical
60% Practical
Price
Contact us
Dates & Place
Contact us
@@Design and function of the drive and locking concept Information
and exercises for operation, testing and troubleshooting
@@Maintenance
@@Safety instructions and procedures
@@Testing and analysis of test and measurement results
Audience
@@Operation engineers, Maintenance engineers
Learning Path
Prerequisites
K002AC
Getting to know MV
and LV switchgear
Customer Benefits
@@Exchanges with an experienced instructor
@@Real hands-on work on electrical equipment
@@Practice in operating of the switchgear
@@Immediate practice of the theoretical knowledge acquired
@@Repair of minor failures
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Training
M018TC
Next Step
M019TC
LF MV Switchgear – Use, installation and maintenance
Objectives
To conduct preventive and corrective maintenance on MV switchgear LF.
Course topics
@@Basic and essential knowledge
__ MV approach
__ Secondary distribution
__ Ranges presentations
__ New standard
__ Catalogue LF 2008
__ Instruction for use
__ Including application on demo units
Audience
Duration
0.5 day
50% Theoretical
50% Practical
@@Operation engineers, Maintenance engineers
Learning Path
Price
Prerequisites
Contact us
K002AC
Dates & Place
Contact us
Getting to know MV
and LV switchgear
Training
Next Step
M019TC
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with an experienced instructor
@@Real hands-on work on electrical equipment
@@Practice in operating of the switchgear
@@Immediate practice of the theoretical knowledge acquired
@@Repair of minor failures
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M024TC
SF MV switchgear – Use, installation and maintenance
Objectives
Perform preventive and corrective maintenance on MV switchgear SF.
Course topics
@@Basic and essential knowledge
__ MV approach
__ Secondary distribution
__ Range presentation
__ New standard
__ Catalogue SF 2010
@@Detailed technical points
__ Instruction for use
Audience
Duration
0.5 day
50% Theoretical
50% Practical
@@Operation engineers, maintenance engineers
Learning Path
Price
Prerequisites
Contact us
Dates & Place
Contact us
K002AC
Getting to know MV
and LV switchgear
Training
M024TC
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with an experienced instructor
@@Real hands-on work on electrical equipment
@@Practice in operating of the switchgear
@@Immediate practice of the theoretical knowledge acquired
@@Repair of minor failures
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Next Step
M025TC
Ringmaster RN2C – Operation and maintenance
Objectives
To conduct preventive and corrective maintenance installation on
outdoor switchgear Ringmaster.
Course topics
@@Introduction
@@Define the main variants and ratings
@@Architecture and main components
@@Interruption system
@@Gas pressure indication
@@Endurance characteristics
@@Overview of protection system
Duration
@@Mechanism operation
1 day
50% Theoretical
50% Practical
@@Circuit-breaker reset
Price
Contact us
Dates & Place
@@Cable testing facility
@@Protection reset
@@Visual checks
Audience
@@Operation engineers, Maintenance engineers
Contact us
Learning Path
Prerequisites
K002AC
Getting to know MV
and LV switchgear
Training
Next Step
M025TC
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with an experienced instructor
@@Real hands-on work on electrical equipment
@@Practice in operating of the switchgear
@@Immediate practice of the theoretical knowledge acquired
@@Repair of minor failures
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M026TC
GenieEvo switchgear – Operation and maintenance
Objectives
Perform preventive and corrective maintenance installation
on GenieEvo switchgear.
Course topics
@@Introduction
@@Define the main variants and ratings
@@Architecture and main components
@@Evolis vacuum circuit-breaker
@@Controlled air disconnector
@@Voltage transformer
@@Endurance characteristics
Duration
@@Osollator and circuit-breaker mechanism operation
1 day
50% Theoretical
50% Practical
@@Voltage transformer compartment
Price
Contact us
Dates & Place
@@Cable testing facility
@@Protection reset
@@Visual checks
Audience
@@Operation engineers, Maintenance engineers
Contact us
Learning Path
Prerequisites
K002AC
Getting to know MV
and LV switchgear
Training
M026TC
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with an experienced instructor
@@Real hands-on work on electrical equipment
@@Practice in operating of the switchgear
@@Immediate practice of the theoretical knowledge acquired
@@Repair of minor failures
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M027TC
Evolis MV switchgear – Use, installation and maintenance
Objectives
Perform preventive and corrective maintenance installation
on MV Switchboards Evolis.
Course topics
@@Basic and essential knowledge
__ MV approach
__ Secondary distribution
__ Range presentation
__ New standard
__ Catalogue Evolis 17.5 kV
__ User manual 2003
__ Including application on demo units
Duration
0.5 day
50% Theoretical
50% Practical
Audience
@@Operation engineers, Maintenance engineers
Price
Learning Path
Contact us
Prerequisites
Dates & Place
Contact us
K002AC
Getting to know MV
and LV switchgear
Training
Next Step
M027TC
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with an experienced instructor
@@Real hands-on work on electrical equipment
@@Practice in operating of the switchgear
@@Immediate practice of the theoretical knowledge acquired
@@Repair of minor failures
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M028TC
Motorpact MV motor control center – Use, installation and maintenance
Objectives
Perform preventive and corrective maintenance installation on
MV motor control center Motorpact.
Course topics
@@Basic and essential knowledge
__ MV approach
__ Range presentation
__ IEC standard
__ Commercial catalogue
@@Detailed technical points
__ Technical leaflets
__ Including application on demo units
Duration
2 days
50% Theoretical
50% Practical
Audience
@@Operation engineers, Maintenance engineers
Price
Learning Path
Contact us
Prerequisites
Dates & Place
Contact us
K002AC
Getting to know MV
and LV switchgear
Training
M028TC
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with an experienced instructor
@@Real hands-on work on electrical equipment
@@Practice in operating of the switchgear
@@Immediate practice of the theoretical knowledge acquired
@@Repair of minor failures
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Next Step
M029TC
MCset 1 2 3 switchgear – Use, installation and maintenance
Objectives
Perform preventive and corrective maintenance installation
on switchgear MCset 1 2 3.
Course topics
@@Basic and essential knowledge
__ MV approach
__ Range presentation
__ Standard
__ Commercial catalogue
@@Detailed technical points
__ Technical leaflets
__ Special technical points
__ Videos
__ Including application on demo units
Duration
2 days
50% Theoretical
50% Practical
Price
Audience
@@Operation engineers, Maintenance engineers
Contact us
Learning Path
Dates & Place
Contact us
Prerequisites
K002AC
Getting to know MV
and LV switchgear
Training
Next Step
M029TC
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with an experienced instructor
@@Real hands-on work on electrical equipment
@@Practice in operating of the switchgear
@@Immediate practice of the theoretical knowledge acquired
@@Repair of minor failures
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T001TC
Distribution transformers – Principles, installation, use and maintenance
Objectives
Know the Distribution Transformers functions.
Operate and maintain Distribution Transformers.
Course topics
@@Presentation of FTR (France Transfo) factory
@@The transformer
__ Principles and description
__ Technologies: Distribution immersed transformers,
Distribution dry type transformers and Power transformer
@@Installation, use, maintenance
@@Manufacturing: detailed visits of our 2 factories
Duration
3 days
80% Theoretical
20% Practical
Audience
@@Operating and maintenance technicians
@@Installation team
Price
Contact us
Learning Path
Dates & Place
Prerequisites
Contact us
Basics of electrical
engineering
Electrical qualification
Customer Benefits
@@Exchanges with an experienced instructor
@@Explanation on real product
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Training
T001TC
Next Step
MICOM002
MiCOM Px20 and Px40 Master Class
Objectives
Give a comprehensive overview of selected MiCOM Px20 and Px40 relays.
Give a detailed insight into the MiCOM support software, MiCOM S1.
Detail the relay construction, application, programming and communication.
Course topics
@@Settings creation and upload/download
@@Event extraction and interrogation
@@Disturbance record extraction and interrogation
@@Programmable Scheme logic creation and upload/download
@@Measurements monitoring
@@Menu Text editing
Duration
2 days
20% Theoretical
80% Practical
Audience
@@All MiCOM Px20 and Px40 users
Price
Contact us
Learning Path
Dates & Place
Prerequisites
Contact us
Training
Technicians and
engineers from
application or control
departments, project
managers, technicians
or operators
MICOM002
Next Step
MICOM004
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with an experienced instructor
@@Real hands-on work on electrical equipment
@@Typically, based on customer selected relays, the course will give a comprehensive insight into the product’s
application in the field, its setting and methods of remote interrogation
@@Includes in-depth training in the MiCOM relay setting software MiCOM S1
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MICOM004
MiCOM Px30 Master Class
Objectives
Give a comprehensive overview of selected MiCOM Px30 relays.
Give a detailed insight into the MiCOM support software, MiCOM S1.
Detail the relay construction, application, programming and communication.
Course topics
@@Settings creation and upload/download
@@Event extraction and interrogation
@@Disturbance record extraction and interrogation
@@Programmable Scheme logic creation and upload/download
@@Measurements monitoring
@@Menu Text editing
Duration
2 days
20% Theoretical
80% Practical
Audience
@@All MiCOM Px30 users
Price
Contact us
Learning Path
Dates & Place
Prerequisites
Contact us
Technicians and
engineers from
application or control
departments, project
managers, technicians
or operators
Training
MICOM004
Next Step
MICOM002
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with an experienced instructor
@@Real hands-on work on electrical equipment
@@Typically, based on customers selected relays, the course will give a comprehensive insight into the product’s
application in the field, its setting and methods of remote interrogation
@@Includes in-depth training on the MiCOM relay setting software MiCOM S1
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MICOM006
Railway Protection
Objectives
Teach the principles and application of railway protection.
Course topics
@@Requirements for stream and tension converter for protection applications
@@Basics of overcurrent applications
@@Basic transformer-differential protection for feeder lines
@@Basic distance protection facilities for overhead line arrangements
@@Operating draft and operating programs
@@Overcurrent protection mechanisms HP 492, MiCOM P138
@@Transformer protection facilities PQ 792, MiCOM P638
@@Overhead line protection facilities PD 591, MiCOM P436/P438
Duration
3 days
30% Theoretical
70% Practical
Price
@@Practical exercises with test facilities as well as settings about
PC/notebook
@@Exercises for the case evaluation with operating programs
Audience
@@Engineers involved in the protection of railway electricity
Contact us
Dates & Place
@@Technicians and engineers from application or control departments,
project managers, technicians or operators
Contact us
Learning Path
Prerequisites
Basic principles of power
system protection
Training
Next Step
MICOM006
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with an experienced instructor
@@Real hands-on work on electrical equipment
@@Participants will have a thorough knowledge of maintaining their protection system
@@Participants will increase their fault finding and troubleshooting abilities for the protection system,
thus reducing plant shutdown
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MICOM120
Overcurrent and Feeder Protection – MiCOM P12x and P14x
Objectives
Operate and maintain the MiCOM P12x and P14x overcurrent and
feeder protection relay.
Course topics
@@Reminder of overcurrent and feeder protection application
@@P12x/P14x functionality
@@Product characteristics
@@Relay MMI: front panel, LEDs, push-buttons, navigation
through front panel
@@Alarms & acknowledgement
@@MiCOM S1 software
@@Parameter file creation, upload and download
Duration
@@PSL file creation, upload and download
2 days
30% Theoretical
70% Practical
Price
@@Disturbance, fault, event records
@@Detailed presentation of P12x/P14x functions
@@Product connection
@@Test with current injection
Contact us
@@P12x/P14x hardware
Dates & Place
Contact us
@@Maintenance
@@Hands-on
Audience
@@Electrical engineers, operators, maintenance engineers,
protection design engineers
Learning Path
Prerequisites
Good knowledge of
electrical substations
Good knowledge
of overcurrent and feeder
protection principles
Work with PC
under Windows
environment
Training
MICOM120
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with an experienced instructor
@@Real hands-on work on electrical equipment
@@Participants will be able to operate and carry out maintenance on MiCOM P12x/P14x
@@Participants can test the various functions of MiCOM P12x/P14x
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Next Step
MICOM121
Motor Protection – MiCOM P22x and P24x
Objectives
Operate and maintain the MiCOM P22x and P24x motor protection relay.
Course topics
@@Reminder of motor protection application
@@P22x/P24x functionality
@@Product characteristics
@@Relay MMI: front panel, LEDs, push-buttons, navigation
through front panel
@@Alarms & acknowledgement
@@MiCOM S1 software
@@Parameter file creation, upload and download
Duration
@@PSL file creation, upload and download
3 days
30% Theoretical
70% Practical
@@Detailed presentation of P22x/P24x functions
Price
@@Disturbance, fault, event records
@@Test with current injection
@@P22x/P24x hardware
@@Maintenance
Contact us
@@Hands-on
Dates & Place
Contact us
Audience
@@Electrical engineers, operators, maintenance engineers,
protection design engineers
Learning Path
Prerequisites
Good knowledge of
electrical substations
Good knowledge
of motor protection
principles
Work with PC
under Windows
environment
Training
Next Step
MICOM121
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with an experienced instructor
@@Real hands-on work on electrical equipment
@@Participants can operate and carry out maintenance on MiCOM P22x/P24x
@@Participants can test the various functions of MiCOM P22x/P24x
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MICOM122
Generator Protection – MiCOM P34x
Objectives
Operate and maintain the MiCOM P34x generator protection relay.
Course topics
@@Reminder of generator protection application
@@P34x functionality
@@Product characteristics
@@Relay MMI: front panel, LEDs, push-buttons, navigation
through front panel
@@Alarms & acknowledgement
@@MiCOM S1 software
@@Parameter file creation, upload and download
Duration
@@PSL file creation, upload and download
3 days
30% Theoretical
70% Practical
@@Detailed presentation of P34x functions
Price
@@Disturbance, fault, event records
@@Product connection
@@Test with current injection
@@P34x hardware
Contact us
@@Maintenance
Dates & Place
Contact us
@@Hands-on
Audience
@@Electrical engineers, operators, maintenance engineers,
protection design engineers
Learning Path
Prerequisites
Good knowledge of
electrical substations
Good knowledge of
generator and protection
principles
Work with PC
under Windows
environment
Training
MICOM122
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with an experienced instructor
@@Real hands-on work on electrical equipment
@@Participants will be able to operate and carry out maintenance on MiCOM P34x
@@Participants can test the various functions of MiCOM P34x
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Next Step
MICOM123
Distance Protection – MiCOM P44x
Objectives
@@Operate and maintain the MiCOM P44x distance protection relay.
Course topics
@@Reminder of distance protection application
@@P44x functionality
@@Product characteristics
@@Relay MMI: front panel, LEDs, push-buttons, navigation
through front panel
@@Alarms & acknowledgement
@@MiCOM S1 software
@@Parameter file creation, upload and download
Duration
@@PSL file creation, upload and download
3 to 5 days
30% Theoretical
70% Practical
@@Detailed presentation of P44x functions
Price
@@Disturbance, fault, event records
@@Product connection
@@Test with current injection
@@P44x hardware
Contact us
@@Maintenance
Dates & Place
Contact us
@@Hands-on
Audience
@@Electrical engineers, operators, maintenance engineers,
protection design engineers
Learning Path
Prerequisites
Good knowledge of
electrical substations
Good knowledge of
distance protection
principles
Work with PC
under Windows
environment
Training
Next Step
MICOM123
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with an experienced instructor
@@Real hands-on work on electrical equipment
@@Participants can operate and carry out maintenance on MiCOM P44x
@@Participants can test the various functions of MiCOM P44x
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MICOM124
Line Differential Protection – MiCOM P52x and P54x
Objectives
Operate and maintain the MiCOM P52x and P54x line differential
protection relay.
Course topics
@@Reminder of line differential protection application
@@P52x/P54x functionality
@@Product characteristics
@@Communication between relays
@@Relay MMI: front panel, LEDs, push-buttons, navigation
through front panel
@@Alarms & acknowledgement
@@MiCOM S1 software
Duration
@@Parameter file creation, upload and download
1 to 4 days
30% Theoretical
70% Practical
Price
@@PSL file creation, upload and download
@@Disturbance, fault, event records
@@Detailed presentation of P52x/P54x functions
@@Product connection
Contact us
@@Test with current injection
Dates & Place
Contact us
@@P52x/P54x hardware
@@Maintenance
@@Hands-on
Audience
@@Electrical engineers, operators, maintenance engineers,
protection design engineers
Learning Path
Prerequisites
Good knowledge of
electrical substations
Good knowledge of
differential protection
principles
Work with PC
under Windows
environment
Training
MICOM124
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with an experienced instructor
@@Real hands-on work on electrical equipment
@@Participants will be able to operate and carry out maintenance on MiCOM P52x/P54x
@@Participants can test the various functions of MiCOM P52x/P54x
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Next Step
MICOM125
Voltage and Frequency Protection – MiCOM P92x and P94x
Objectives
Operate and maintain the MiCOM P92x and P94x voltage and frequency
protection relay.
Course topics
@@Reminder of voltage and frequency protection application
@@P92x/P94x functionality
@@Product characteristics
@@Relay MMI: front panel, LEDs, push-buttons, navigation
through front panel
@@Alarms & acknowledgement
@@MiCOM S1 software
@@Parameter file creation, upload and download
Duration
@@PSL file creation, upload and download
1 to 3 days
30% Theoretical
70% Practical
Price
@@Disturbance, fault, event records
@@Detailed presentation of P92x/P94x functions
@@Product connection
@@Test with current injection
Contact us
@@P92x/P94x hardware
Dates & Place
Contact us
@@Maintenance
@@Hands-on
Audience
@@Electrical engineers, operators, maintenance engineers,
protection design engineers
Learning Path
Prerequisites
Good knowledge of
electrical substations
Good knowledge of
voltage and frequency
protection principles
Work with PC
under Windows
environment
Training
Next Step
MICOM125
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with an experienced instructor
@@Real hands-on work on electrical equipment
@@Participants will be able to operate and carry out maintenance on MiCOM P92x/P94x
@@Participants can test the various functions of MiCOM P92x/P94x
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MICOM127
Differential Transformer Protection – MiCOM P63x
Objectives
Operate and maintain the MiCOM P63x differential transformer
protection device.
Course topics
@@Reminder of transformer protection application
@@P63x functionality
@@Product characteristics
@@Relay MMI: front panel, LEDs, push-buttons, navigation
through front panel
@@Alarms & acknowledgement
@@MiCOM S1 software
@@Parameter file creation, upload and download
Duration
@@Disturbance, fault, event records
3 days
30% Theoretical
70% Practical
Price
@@Detailed presentation of P63x functions
@@Product connection
@@Test with current injection
@@P63x hardware
Contact us
@@Maintenance
Dates & Place
Contact us
@@Hands-on
Audience
@@Electrical engineers, operators, maintenance engineers,
protection design engineers
Learning Path
Prerequisites
Good knowledge of
electrical substations
Good knowledge of
power transformer
protection principles
Work with PC
under Windows
environment
Training
MICOM127
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with an experienced instructor
@@Real hands-on work on electrical equipment
@@Participants will be able to operate and carry out maintenance on MiCOM P63x
@@Participants can test the various functions of MiCOM P63x
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Next Step
MICOM128
Distance Protection Device – MiCOM P437
Objectives
Operate and maintain the MiCOM P437 distance protection device.
Course topics
@@Reminder of distance protection application
@@P437 functionality
@@Product characteristics
@@Relay MMI: front panel, LEDs, push-buttons, navigation
through front panel
@@Alarms & acknowledgement
@@MiCOM S1 software
@@Parameter file creation, upload and download
Duration
@@Disturbance, fault, event records
3 to 5 days
30% Theoretical
70% Practical
@@Product connection
Price
@@Detailed presentation of P437 functions
@@Test with current injection
@@P437 hardware
@@Maintenance
Contact us
@@Hands-on
Dates & Place
Contact us
Audience
@@Electrical engineers, operators, maintenance engineers,
protection design engineers
Learning Path
Prerequisites
Good knowledge of
electrical substations
Good knowledge of
distance protection
principles
Work with PC
under Windows
environment
Training
Next Step
MICOM128
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with an experienced instructor
@@Real hands-on work on electrical equipment
@@Participants can operate and carry out maintenance on MiCOM P437
@@Participants can test the various functions of MiCOM P437
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MICOM129
Feeder Protection Device – MiCOM P139
Objectives
Operate and maintain the MiCOM P139 feeder protection device.
Course topics
@@Reminder of P139 application
@@P139 functionality
@@Product characteristics
@@Relay MMI: front panel, LEDs, push-buttons, navigation
through front panel
@@Alarms & acknowledgement
@@MiCOM S1 software
@@Parameter file creation, upload and download
Duration
@@Disturbance, fault, event records
3 days
30% Theoretical
70% Practical
@@Product connection
Price
@@Detailed presentation of P139 functions
@@Test with current injection
@@Control box/selection/creation of bay
@@P139 hardware
Contact us
@@Maintenance
Dates & Place
Contact us
@@Hands-on
Audience
@@Electrical engineers, operators, maintenance engineers,
protection design engineers
Learning Path
Prerequisites
Good knowledge of
electrical substations
Work with PC
under Windows
environment
Training
MICOM129
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with an experienced instructor
@@Real hands-on work on electrical equipment
@@Participants will be able to operate and carry out maintenance on MiCOM P139
@@Participants can test the various functions of MiCOM P139
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Next Step
MICOM130
Digital Differential Busbar Protection – MiCOM P74x
Objectives
Operate and maintain the MiCOM P74x digital differential busbar
protection system.
Course topics
@@Reminder of P74x application
@@Reminder of busbar protection application
@@P74x functionality
@@P74x system architecture, presentation of the different modules,
communication between modules
@@System characteristics
@@Topology: principles, examples, configuration, virtual feeder
@@Module MMI: front panel, LEDs, push-buttons, navigation
through front panel
Duration
@@Alarms & acknowledgement
3 to 5 days
30% Theoretical
70% Practical
@@MiCOM S1 software
Price
@@PSL file creation, upload and download
@@Parameter file creation, upload and download
Contact us
@@Disturbance, fault, event records
Dates & Place
@@Product connection
Contact us
@@Detailed presentation of P74x functions
@@Test with current injection
@@P74x hardware
@@Maintenance
@@Hands-on
Audience
@@Electrical engineers, operators, maintenance engineers,
protection design engineers
Learning Path
Prerequisites
Good knowledge of
electrical substations
Good knowledge of
busbar protection
principles
Work with PC
under Windows
environment
Training
Next Step
MICOM130
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with an experienced instructor
@@Real hands-on work on electrical equipment
@@Participants will be able to operate and carry out maintenance on MiCOM P74x system
@@Participants can test the various functions of MiCOM P74x system
@@Participants will have reached a good level of knowledge on busbar protection principles
95
MICOM132
Distance Protection Device for Railway Application – MiCOM P438
Objectives
Operate and maintain the MiCOM P438 railway distance protection device.
Course topics
@@Reminder of P438 application
@@Reminder of the specific characteristics of railway protection applications
@@P438 functionality
@@Product characteristics
@@Relay MMI: front panel, LEDs, push-buttons, navigation
through front panel
@@Alarms & acknowledgement
@@MiCOM S1 software
Duration
@@Parameter file creation, upload and download
3 to 5 days
30% Theoretical
70% Practical
@@Detailed presentation of P438 functions
Price
@@Disturbance, fault, event records
@@Product connection
@@Test with current injection
@@P438 hardware
Contact us
@@Maintenance
Dates & Place
Contact us
@@Hands-on
Audience
@@Electrical engineers, operators, maintenance engineers,
protection design engineers
Learning Path
Prerequisites
Good knowledge of
electrical substations
Good knowledge of
railway protection
principles
Work with PC
under Windows
environment
Training
MICOM132
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with an experienced instructor
@@ Real hands-on work on electrical equipment
@@Participants will be able to operate and carry out maintenance on MiCOM P438
@@Participants can test the various functions of MiCOM P438
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Next Step
SEP01
Sepam Master Class
Objectives
Implement, use and commission Sepam 20, 40 and 80.
Know each Sepam Serie in details.
Course topics
@@Sepam offer presentation
@@Installation of module presentation
@@Understand Sepam control logic
@@Use parameter setting software SFT2841
@@Customize the control logic with Equation Editor
@@Understand and use Sepam UMI
@@Logipam introduction
Duration
@@Configure and test Sepam 20, 40 and 80 from case study
4 days
70% Theoretical
30% Practical
Audience
Price
@@Product Application Engineers
@@Services or Technical Support Protection team
Contact us
@@Protection engineers
Dates & Place
Contact us
Learning Path
Prerequisites
None
Training
Next Step
SEP01
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with experienced instructors
@@Get used to Sepam protection range
@@Be able to select and implement Sepam in your application
@@Optimize your automation application and related cost
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SEP02
Sepam 80 Expert
Objectives
Know the advanced features of the Sepam series 80.
Use and implement advanced functions of Sepam series 80.
Use advanced control logic.
Create a complete control logic with Logipam software.
Create and customize the mimic editor.
Course topics
@@Understand advanced UMI
@@Use advanced functions of SFT 2841
@@Understand and use the advanced control logic
(Automatic Transfer Scheme)
Duration
3 days
30% Theoretical
70% Practical
Price
@@Practical example and exercises
__ Customize the control logic (SFT2885)
__ Customize the Mimic (Mimic editor)
__ Customization using the Equation Editor
__ Practice with the Mimic editor and the Logipam, tested with a Sepam 80
Audience
Contact us
Dates & Place
Contact us
@@Protection Application Engineers
@@Services or Tech Support Protection team
@@Protection engineers
Learning Path
Prerequisites
SEP01
Training
SEP02
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with experienced instructors
@@Get used to the Sepam protection range
@@Be able to select and implement Sepam in your application
@@Optimize your automation application and related cost
98
Next Step
SEP04
Sepam Communication with IEC 61850
Objectives
Get used to the configuration and the commissioning of IEC 61850
for the Sepam range.
Understand the IEC 61850 protocol.
Course topics
@@Ethernet TCP/IP overview
@@Discover the IEC 61850 protocol
@@IEC 61850 level 1 solutions
@@IEC 61850 level 2 solutions (GOOSE)
@@Ethernet architecture recommendations
@@Customize SCL files
@@Control operation with IEC 61850
Duration
5 days
50% Theoretical
50% Practical
Audience
@@Communication engineers
@@Product Application Engineers
Price
@@Services or Tech Support Protection team
Contact us
Dates & Place
@@System integrators
Contact us
Learning Path
Prerequisites
SEP01
Training
Next Step
SEP04
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with experienced instructors
@@Take full advantage of this communication protocol which is now the standard for our industry
99
SEP05
Sepam 60 Expert
Objectives
Know the advanced features of the Sepam series 60.
Use and implement Sepam series 60.
Use control logic.
Create a complete control logic with Logipam software.
Create and customize the mimic editor.
Course topics
@@Use advanced functions of SFT 2841
@@Customize the control logic (SFT2885)
@@Practical example and exercises
@@Practice with the Logipam software and tested with a Sepam 60
Duration
Audience
3 days
30% Theoretical
70% Practical
@@Protection Application Engineers
Price
@@Protection engineers
@@Services or Tech Support Protection team
Contact us
Dates & Place
Learning Path
Contact us
Prerequisites
SEP01
Training
SEP05
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with experienced instructors
@@Get a deep understanding of the Sepam 60 and related software
@@Optimize your automation application and related cost
100
Next Step
DCS006
MiCOM C264: Compact RTU (Remote Terminal Unit)
Objectives
Understand and use the compact RTU MiCOM C264.
Understand how the new compact RTU allows decentralized
control and monitoring.
Course topics
@@New functionalities of the compact RTU
@@The MiCOM C264: field area/functionalities/architecture
@@RTU: hardware and software architecture
@@Man Machine Interface
@@Configuration tools
@@Maintenance: 1st level/error messages
@@Hands-on
Duration
4 days
60% Theoretical
40% Practical
Price
Audience
@@Technicians and engineers from design or control departments,
project managers, operation/maintenance technicians
Contact us
Dates & Place
Learning Path
Contact us
Prerequisites
Electrotechnical
and operation in
substation basics
Good knowledge
of Windows
Technician or engineer
level
Training
Next Step
DCS006
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with an experienced instructor
@@Real hands-on work on electrical equipment
@@A good presentation of MiCOM C264 applied to RTU applications: the main structure of this system
and explanations of the features available with this solution are shown in it
@@Gives operation and maintenance teams autonomy in their daily jobs
@@Control Function in OBS (One Box Solution) and Bay Computer Devices, Basic Digital Control Systems
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DCS007
Fundamentals of Digital Control System and PACiS
Operation & Maintenance Principles
Objectives
Give an overview of the architecture and the task setting within the digital
control system environment.
Understand what a digital control system is.
Have a good understanding of PACiS solution, as well as on the functional
capability, operation and maintenance point of view.
Course topics
@@Introduction to digital control system (DCS)
@@Global overview of DCS: architecture, communication principles, IEDs,
bay computers, gateways, Operator Interface
@@Introduction to IEC 61850 communication standard
@@DCS specification principles
Duration
@@Architecture examples
3 days
90% Theoretical
10% Practical
@@PACiS architecture, elements, communication principles,
operation principles
Price
@@MiCOM C264 bay computer
@@PACiS tools
Contact us
@@PACiS Operator Interface, alarm, control, security
Dates & Place
@@Hands-on
Contact us
@@PACiS maintenance Tools and process
Audience
@@Technicians and engineers from design or control departments,
project managers, operation & maintenance staff managers
Learning Path
Prerequisites
Electrical substation
knowledge
Knowledge of Windows
Technician or engineer
level
Training
DCS007
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with an experienced instructor
@@Real hands-on work on electrical equipment
@@Brings key knowledge on digital control systems
@@Gives the necessary knowledge to understand the corresponding advantages and application,
applied on PACiS
@@Gives an overview of operation & maintenance in a PACiS system
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DCS008
PACiS Protection Automation & Control – Architecture & Operation
Objectives
Learn the basics of PACiS.
Provide an overview of PACiS architecture and components focusing
on PACiS Operator Interface and how to operate the system.
Course topics
@@PACiS architecture, elements, communication principles,
operation principles
@@PACiS Operator Interface, screen views, alarm, log, control,
command, security
@@Hands-on at PACiS Operator Interface
@@MiCOM C264 bay computer
@@Hands-on with MiCOM C264
Duration
@@Maintenance level 1
3 days
30% Theoretical
70% Practical
Price
Audience
@@Operators, electrical staff of PACiS system
Contact us
Learning Path
Dates & Place
Prerequisites
Contact us
None
Training
DCS008
Next Step
DCS009
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with an experienced instructor
@@Real hands-on work on electrical equipment
@@Participants will be able to operate the PACiS system
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DCS009
PACiS Protection Automation & Control –
Architecture, Operation & Maintenance
Objectives
Learn how to use PACiS.
Gain an overview of various subjects allowing participants to understand
the PACiS Integrated Solution.
Learn how to operate, define the subsets and carry out maintenance
on the system.
Course topics
@@Introduction to the Digital Control System
@@Field area/functionalities/architecture
@@PACiS Operator Interface: Man Machine Interface/Alarms monitoring/
Control/Security
@@C264 bay computer: functionalities/hardware overview/maintenance
troubleshooting & commissioning
Duration
5 days
50% Theoretical
50% Practical
@@Data base of the system/process configuration/configuration editor/data
base management
@@PACiS Gateway for SCADA communication
@@Hands-on
Price
Contact us
Dates & Place
Contact us
Audience
@@Technicians and engineers from design or control departments,
project managers, operation/maintenance technicians
Learning Path
Prerequisites
Training
Next Step
DCS008
Electrotechnical
and operation in
substation basics
Good knowledge
of Windows
Technician or engineer
level
DCS009
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with an experienced instructor
@@Real hands-on work on electrical equipment
@@Provides the knowledge necessary to understand the advantages and application of the PACiS digital
control system
@@Gives operation and maintenance teams autonomy in their daily jobs
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DCS010
DCS020
Configuration of IEC 61850 Communication
on MiCOM Px30 and Px40 series
Objectives
Operate the IEC 61850 communication facility from MiCOM Px30 & Px40 series.
Be able to use the IED Configurator tool from MiCOM S1 Studio.
Course topics
@@Basic knowledge of IEC 61850 focusing on protection engineering &
field engineers needs
@@Service, modeling, network architectures, configuration files,
time synchronization, Goose and Reports, controls
Duration
3 days
50% Theoretical
50% Practical
Price
Contact us
Dates & Place
Contact us
@@Hands-on
__ IED Configurator use
__ Scl file management
__ Protection relay identification and basic parameters
__ Time synchronization management
__ Protection relay data model through the documentation
__ Data Set creation
__ Report Control Blocks use
__ Goose configuration
__ Control configuration
Audience
@@Technicians and engineers from design or control departments,
Protection engineering staffs, Commissioning engineers
Learning Path
Prerequisites
Experience in MiCOM
Px30 & Px40 series
Experience in MiCOM S1
Studio software
Training
Next Step
DCS020
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with an experienced instructor
@@Real hands-on work on electrical equipment
105
EASER02
Configuration of the Easergy range
Objectives
Learn how to install, operate, configure or repair equipment
from the Easergy range (Flite/Flair/G200/T200/L500).
Course topics
@@Easergy T200I: overview, installation, connection, commissioning,
operation, maintenance
@@Easergy T200P: installation, commissioning
@@Easergy L500: installation, Easergy configuration tool, Easergy
supervisor, personalization of applications, tips and tricks
@@Easergy G200/Flite 116-SA: overview, installation, commissioning
@@Easergy Flair 200C: overview, installation, connection, commissioning,
operation
Duration
Audience
5 days
60% Theoretical
40% Practical
@@Project engineers
Price
@@Operation or maintenance team of electrical facilities
Contact us
@@Field services installation
Dates & Place
Learning Path
Contact us
Prerequisites
Training
Principles of
Medium Voltage
network operation
Principles of
communication
(DNP3, Modbus, etc.),
and media
(GSM, RS232, Radio,etc.)
EASER02
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with an experienced instructor
@@Real hands-on work on electrical equipment
@@Sustain the success of your business by enhancing employee efficiency and morale
@@Reinforce your company’s expert knowledge
@@Gain the confidence to maintain your system
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IRIO01
iRio / Kerwin basics
Objectives
Learn how to install, operate, configure or repair
iRio/XFlow/ Kerwin equipment.
Course topics
@@iRio/XFLow
__ Overview, installation, connection
__ Commissioning: setting up the RTU via the Web interface
__ Operation: monitoring, alarm acknowledgment, control
__ Maintenance
__ Off-line configuration
@@Kerwin
__ Overview, installation of the Kerwin software
__ Configuration: communication, histories, graphics, block diagrams, etc.
__ Operation
Duration
5 days
30% Theoretical
70% Practical
Price
Audience
@@Project engineers
@@Field services installation
Contact us
@@Operation of PV, Wind, Hydro or EE facilities
Dates & Place
Contact us
Learning Path
Prerequisites
Principles of
communication
and media
(GSM, RS232, Radio…)
Training
Next Step
IRIO01
Customer Benefits
@@Possibility of doing this training course on your own site and at your own convenience
@@Exchanges with an experienced instructor
@@Real hands-on work on electrical equipment
@@Increase your capacity and autonomy in operating Kerwin
@@React quickly when evolutions are needed
@@Reinforce your maintenance capacity to minimize system down-time
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Additional programs
Upon request
The following training programs are available on demand.
Don’t hesitate to contact us.
[email protected]
Operation & Maintenance
Courses
Reference
Electrical Distribution equipment
WS Gas Insulated switchgear up to 36 kV – Operation & maintenance
M001TC
GHA Gas Insulated switchgear up to 40.5 kV – Operation & maintenance
M004TC
VA Vacuum circuit-breaker up to 36 kV – Operation & maintenance
M007TC
VAA/VAH Vacuum circuit-breaker up to 36 kV – Operation & maintenance
M008TC
VXA Vacuum circuit-breaker up to 36 kV – Operation & maintenance
M009TC
Fixed SF6 Gas switchboards – Operation & maintenance
M011TC
Withdrawable SF6 Gas switchboards DNF type – Operation & maintenance
M013TC
Protections
Disturbance and Power Quality Recorder – MICOM M57x / M87x
MICOM131
Sepam Protection Principles
SEP03
Substations Control
PACiS Protection Automation & Control – Architecture, operation, maintenance, basic configuration
DCS010
SPACE 2000 Digital Control System
DCS011
PSCN3020: Integrated Protection & Distributed Digital Control System
DCS012
iRio / Kerwin expert
IRIO02
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Index
Index by keyword
AIS – Air Insulated Switchgears
APPS
(Advanced Power Protection System)
ATEX
Automation (for substations)
C264 (MICOM compact RTU)
Circuit-breakers
Competence management
Cyber Security
Design of installation
Easergy range
e-Learning
Reference
M015TC
M018TC
M026TC
M028TC
M029TC
APP014
APP015
APP016
APP017
APP018
F004TC
F005TC
DCS006
GEE010
GEE011
A001TC
EASER02
S002AC
S003AC
S004AC
S007AC
Electrical fundamentals
Evolis (Vacuum circuit-breakers)
FBX (Gas Insulated RMU)
GIS (Gas Insulated Switchgears)
Gas recovery
GenieEvo (Air Insulated Switchgear)
GIS (Gas Insulated Substations)
GMA (Gas Insulated Switchgear)
HVX (Vacuum circuit-breakers)
IEC protocol 61850
iRio / XFlow / Kerwin
LF (SF6 circuit-breaker)
Logipam (Sepam software)
MCset 1 2 3
MiCOM (Digital protections)
MiCOM (Protections range)
K001AC
K002AC
M030AC
S004AC
M027TC
M005TC
M002TC
M003TC
M005TC
M012TC
M014TC
M017TC
M019TC
M020TC
M024TC
M020TC
M021TC
M023TC
M026TC
M003TC
M006TC
DCS003
DCS004
DCS020
SEP04
IRIO01
M019TC
SEP01
SEP02
SEP05
M029TC
MiCOM002
MiCOM004
MiCOM002
MICOM004
MICOM006
MiCOM120
MiCOM121
MiCOM122
MiCOM123
MiCOM124
MiCOM125
MiCOM127
MiCOM128
MiCOM129
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Motorpact (MV Air Insulated Switchgear)
Multimedia
P12x, P14x, P22x, P24x, P34x, P44x,
P52x, P54x, P92x, P94x, P63x, P74x
P437, P139, P438
PACiS (substation automation)
PIX, PIXA
(withdrawable Gas Insulated Switchgear)
Power Distribution
Power Transmission
Protection & substation control
Power protections
(Utility, Industry, Oil Gas)
PX (Withdrawable Switchgear)
Px20, Px30 and Px40 (MiCOM range)
Ringmaster RN2C (Outdoor MV switchgear)
Risk Prevention
RM6 (Gas Insulated Switchgear)
RTU (Remote Terminal Unit)
S1 (MiCOM software)
Safety
Sepam (Protections range)
SF (SF6 circuit-breaker)
SF6
SM6 (Air Insulated Switchgear)
Supply / Transformer substation
Reference
MiCOM130
MiCOM132
DCS006
DCS020
M028TC
MiCOM120
MiCOM121
MiCOM122
MiCOM123
MiCOM124
MiCOM125
MiCOM127
MiCOM130
MiCOM128
MiCOM129
MiCOM132
DCS007
DCS008
DCS009
M014TC
M016TC
S003AC
S002AC
APP014
APP015
APP016
APP017
APP018
M014TC
MICOM002
MICOM004
DCS020
M025TC
S001AC
M017TC
DCS006
MiCOM120
MiCOM121
MiCOM122
MiCOM123
MiCOM124
MiCOM125
MiCOM127
MiCOM128
MiCOM129
SEP01
SEP02
SEP04
SEP05
M024TC
M020TC
M021TC
M023TC
M018TC
M010TC
K003AC
MV and LV Switchgears
Transformers
Vacuum circuit-breakers
VISAX (Air Insulated Switchgear)
WI (Gas Insulated Switchgear)
L001AC
M031AC
K003AC
M010TC
S007AC
T001TC
M006TC
M016TC
M027TC
M015TC
M002TC
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