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PSP 1_2
This is a self-paced training, the purpose of the Power System Principle module is to conduct a brief review of some fundamental math concepts that are very important to have an enhanced experience when discussing and applying the principles of electrical theory in AC and DC electric circuits. Please disregard the dates: the course is self-paced. Once registered, we will send you instructions on how to take the training. More
Dates Dates: This is an ongoing virtual course offering and can be taken at any date/time.
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Fundamentals of Electricity
In this lesson we are going to concentrate on the basics. Providing a brief introduction the atom and the relationship of the subatomic particles protons, neutrons and electrons as it applies to current flow. This lesson will also introduce the terms and relationship of basic electrical quantities including current, voltage, and resistance through demonstrating the application of Ohm’s law, as well as demonstrating the application of Kirchhoff’s Laws combined with Ohm’s Law and the Power equation as needed to obtain values of circuit components or segments in order for unknown and total circuit values. More
Starts Starts: 1/10/2022 7:30 AM
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Fundamentals of Electricity
BY ATTENDING ALL FOUR (4) COURSES IN THE SERIES, A DISCOUNT IN THE AMOUNT OF $60.00 IS APPLIED.It provides a basic overview of electricity and how electrical power is produced and delivered to the end use customer. This course will provide an overview of the interconnected power system (grid) operation. It will also include a description of the type, role and function of Electric Utilities and the regulatory and compliance requirements in North America. More
Starts Starts: 1/10/2022 7:30 AM
Sessions Sessions: 4
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S-101

This lesson will provide a review of the Bulk Electric System (BES) and interconnections operations. We will discuss the Event Analysis (EA) of a major event that brought the BES regulation to fruition. Students will be exposed to resources that can benefit future learning in the field of power system operations.

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Starts Starts: 1/10/2022 7:30 AM
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S-102

This training will look at the differences between active and passive listening.  We will identify barriers of effective communication.  We will analyze important aspects of emergency communication.  We will identify protocols that must be followed in NERC COM-002-4. We will define the term Operating Instruction and the proper use of three-part communication when receiving or issuing Operating Instructions.


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Starts Starts: 1/10/2022 12:00 PM
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S101-S106
If you attend all 6 classes, a discount of $90.00 will be appliedThe System Operations (S-Series) is an online training series that focuses on some critical facets of the operation of the Bulk Electric System broken down into 6 separate 4 hour segments. These segments align together to form a basic foundation of the operation of the Bulk Electric System upon which students can enhance or develop their knowledge of system operations in or connected to the Bulk Electric System. More
Dates Dates: This course is 11/9/21 - 11/10/21 with the last day on Monday 11/15/21 due to the holiday. This series omits S103 for development purposes but includes E-102.
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Fundamentals of Electricity
F-102 begins with a review of the information introduced in F-101, this lesson revisits Kirchhoff’s Current and Voltage Laws, as well as the Rules of Resistance in a DC parallel circuit configuration. It includes application of these new concepts as well as Ohm's Law and the Power Equation to solve for unknown and total circuit values in a DC parallel circuit. More
Starts Starts: 1/11/2022 7:30 AM
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S-104
This training will look at Arc Flash Hazards and safety and how that applies to switching. We will also discuss switching equipment on the power system with a look into WAPAs Power System Operating Manual Chapter 1 as well as general safe switching practices and the responsibilities of the field switchman as well as the power system dispatcher’s responsibilities. More
Starts Starts: 1/11/2022 7:30 AM
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S-105
This lesson that will look at the interconnected system and how system dynamics drive it’s operation. We will look at the electric power equation and Power angle and explain how we can use these to explain power angle stability. We will discuss power system oscillations and the damping of those oscillations and what happens if they go undamped. We will look at Power System Stabilizers and what they do to help control power system oscillations. We will look an actual event and the how power system oscillations broke the system up. We will look at Voltage Stability and PV the PV curve and describe how they indicate the approach of Voltage collapse and what the system operator can do to help prevent Voltage collapse. More
Starts Starts: 1/11/2022 12:00 PM
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E-101
NERC: 3.5 HRS OF OPS, 3.5 HRS OF STANDARDS. This segment will consist of a Virtual Instructor-Led Training presentation providing an overview of the equipment and system characteristics associated with a system restoration from Blackstart resources IAW NERC Standard EOP-005-3. This will include identifying the system characteristics of Blackstart generation, the Ferranti Rise Effect as well as resources to support voltage and VAR control during a restoration. Additionally, we will explore an example of a Blackstart Restoration plan and address the elements of effective communications and communications protocols IAW NERC Standard COM-002-4. More
Dates Dates: This course is a half day on 10/7 at 7:30 AM - 11:30 AM (MT).
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Fundamentals of Electricity
Continuing with a review of Lesson 2 and Lesson 3, Lesson 4 combines the theories and concepts introduced in Lesson 2 (DC Series Circuits) and Lesson 3 (DC Parallel Circuits)for Kirchhoff's Current Law, Kirchhoff's Voltage Law, Ohm's Law and the Power Equation as they are applied to determine electrical values (voltage, current, resistance and power) in a DC Series-Parallel circuit configuration. More
Starts Starts: 1/12/2022 7:30 AM
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S-106
This course will define SOL and IROL, as well as which functional entities is responsible for establishing operating limits and the criteria used. We will also discuss SOL Exceedance, some methodologies used to identify operating limits IAW NERC Standard FAC-014-2 Establish and Communicate System Operating Limits as well as introducing transmission loading relief procedures to prevent or manage potential or actual SOL and IROL exceedances (NERC Standard IRO-006-5 — Reliability Coordination — Transmission Loading Relief) including discussions on the procedures in the Eastern (IRO-006-EAST-2 – TLR Procedure for the Eastern Interconnection) and Western (IRO-006-WECC-3 – Qualified Path Unscheduled Flow (USF) Relief) Interconnects. We will address actions to prevent, mitigate or respond to real or potential SOL and IROL exceedance with such actions as dispatching generation, or other action up to and including shedding load. More
Starts Starts: 1/12/2022 7:30 AM
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