RM 3.6K
33kV GIS Cable Termination
Cables

4 days

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Overview:
This 5 day course is primarily designed to provide the necessary technical knowledge, skills and attitude required to effectively install Medium Voltage (MV: Up to 42kV) cable systems and electrical transformer / switchgear connection equipment on site.  Participants will be trained and evaluated by experienced and qualified trainers. Upon successful completion of this course, the participants will be awarded with the Certificate of Medium Voltage GIS Cable Installation from PFISTERER, Germany (OEM).
Objective:
OBJECTIVES

  • State the cable components and it’s functions
  • Able to correlate the cable design and construction parameters
  •  Identify the types of screen bonding
  • Describe the Do’s and Don’ts during the cable handling
  • Describe the lesson learned from case studies
  • Perform material check with reference to Bill of Material
  •  Recognise the tools and equipment required to perfom task
  •  Intepret the assembly and installation instructions
  •  Participate in cable preparation
  • Participate in cable assembly and installation
  • Perform Cable Testing


Methodology: discussion, demonstration, practical hands-on
Prerequisites: Participants with related work experience.
Target Participant: Cable jointer, cable installer
Duration: 4 days
Language: English

RM 3.6K
Demand Side Management
Transmission

4

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Overview:
This course will assist power system professionals in planning and operating a power system with increasing penetration of Demand Side Management (DSM) Programs as well as renewable resources. The course focuses on demand side management and demand response, including drivers and benefits, shift able load scheduling methods and peak shaving techniques. Demand Side Management techniques take into account real-time pricing by increasingly leveraging the penetration of smart meters and AMI (Advanced Metering Infrastructure) data. Trainers Profile Puica Nitu is an energy leader who has a passion for bringing people together and delivering above expectations. Puica has a tremendous experience in the electrical utility space: carried large power systems studies, derived system reliability criteria, was involved in the risk management of energy markets from front mid back office. Puica holds a Masters in Science with major in Power Systems and Economics from the Polytechnic University of Bucharest, Romania. Her Masters Thesis formed the core of her first coauthored book on the Reliability and Security of Nuclear Power Plants. Puica coauthored the first financial engineering course offered to the Power Engineering Society and to Power companies in Japan, South Africa, Romania and Portugal. EDP Portugal, adopted this seminar as mandatory training and asked Puica give a key note address to their executive team.
Objective:

  • Understand the complete cycle of developing, implementing and measure effectiveness of Demand Side Management (DSM) programs
  • This course will assist power system professionals in planning and operating a power system with increasing penetration of Demand Side Management (DSM) programs as well as renewable resources
  • The course focuses on demand side management and demand response, including drivers and benefits, shift able load scheduling methods and peak shaving techniques
  • Recognise cost constraints facing Utilities
  • Know when and how to use Process, Market and or Impact Evaluations in decision making
  • Learn the differences of various cost effectiveness tests;
  • The course presents how new devices bring new Analytics and nnovative approaches to Demand Side Management.


Methodology: presentation, discussion
Prerequisites:
Target Participant: DSM Program Managers / Administrators / Coordinator , Utility Regulatory Team Members, DSM Analysts, Regulatory Specialists, State or Public Regulators, Public Purpose Program Administrators, Conservation and Energy Efficiency Analysts, Utility DSM Program Administrators / Coordinators, Resource Manager, DSM Program Inspection Analysts, DSM Program Design Analysts, DSM Program Impact Engineers/Analysts, DSM Consultants and Vendors
Duration: 4
Language: English

RM 3.6K
Water Quality System Analyzer
Power Engineering

2 days

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Overview:
There are a big number and many different types of analyzers being installed in Power Station. Most of the analyzers are for the monitoring of water quality. The functions of each type of analyzers are very critical for the plant safety and long-term fitness. This course covers basic knowledge of raw water and its impurities    including how water being treated before supplying to boiler.  “Learning by doing” is a basic principle    adopted in this training. Participant will be taken through the vast experience of training by the trainers. The emphasis is on participants continuing participation in ensuring the  ultimate success of the course.
 
Objective:

  • Explain water cycle chemistry of a  thermal plant
  • Identify types of water quality analyzer
  • Describe the importance of water quality analyzer in power plant
  • State the application for each types of water quality analyzer
  • Describe environmental control and  monitoring
  • Identify risk related activities


Methodology: presentation, discussion
Prerequisites:
Target Participant: Technician who involved in Power Plant Water Chemistry
Duration: 2 days
Language: English

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