Short Course on: Power System Engineering, Operation and Management

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Power System Engineering, Operation and Management


The Education Committee of the IEEE Toronto Section is offering a short course in “Power System Engineering, Operation and Management” in November 2018 to develop an understanding of the practical applications of power system engineering and technologies in the fields of generation, transmission and distribution



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  • Humber College of Applied Arts and Technology
  • 205 Humber College Blvd
  • Etobicoke, Ontario
  • Canada M9W 5L7
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  • Co-sponsored by Satish Saini
  • Admission fee applies ?
  • Starts 10 September 2018 11:44 AM
  • Ends 23 November 2018 11:44 AM
  • All times are Canada/Eastern


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Topic:

Power System Engineering, Operation and Management

Objective: The objective of this course is to ‘Bridge the Gap between Engineering Education and the Practical Workplace’ and to make transformative advancements in engineering education and professional training by integrating power system engineering theory with ongoing cutting-edge research trends and latest workplace technologies, products and practices, for the best interest of power engineering students & professionals.

Description: This course aims to develop and enhance relevant knowledge and skills related to all segments of the power system starting from electricity generation including latest renewable generation sources, the flow of power through high voltage transmission grid system to reduce losses and distribution of energy and power to end consumers at various voltage levels through a large network of distribution system. The course will prepare you to expand your knowledge about the power system SCADA, EMS and DMS technologies with latest technologically advanced products and solutions to operate and manage this complex set of resources, power grid and distribution network. Additionally, a site visit to a power system operation and control Centre for Ontario’s power grid will be conducted to see the overall system operations.  

Course Outline:

Day 1: Fundamentals of power system, electrical circuits & power flow, protection & control

Day 2: Power System Components and Operation- generation, transmission & distribution

Day 3: Latest technologies and trends in power generation including renewable sources

Day 4: SCADA, EMS and DMS applications in transmission & distribution of power

Day 5: Site Visit to the power operation Centre; Operation of Ontario’s electricity market.

Project Management and other soft skills for power system engineers.

Course Test/Exam

Who should attend: 3rd year and 4th year engineering and technology students, graduate/ undergraduate students in (colleges and universities); electrical, IT and others engineers with interest in energy & power system; technocrats, technologists and other professionals in the field of power generation, transmission & distribution; foreign-trained professionals.   

What will you receive after completion:

  • Course Certificate of Completion along with CEUs and PDH
  • Course Materials in Paper Format
  • Continuous support on career advice, resume building and skills development

Course Timetable:

  • Monday, November 26th 2018 to Friday, November 30th 2018: 6.00 PM to 9.00 PM

(with a brief coffee break; Coffee and snacks will be provided)

  • Friday, November 30th: Site Visit to the Operation & Control Centre: 3.00 PM – 6.00 PM

(Transportation and snacks will be provided)

Venue: Humber College of Applied Arts and Technology

205 Humber College Blvd, Etobicoke, ON M9W 5L7 (access to Hwy 427, 407 & 409)

Registration Fee: $ 500 + GST/HST. (10% Discount to IEEE members)

Get a coupon for additional 10% discount for any future course till December 2019





Agenda

Course Outline:

Day 1: Fundamentals of power system, electrical circuits & power flow, protection & control

Day 2: Power System Components and Operation- generation, transmission & distribution

Day 3: Latest technologies and trends in power generation including renewable sources

Day 4: SCADA, EMS and DMS applications in transmission & distribution of power

Day 5: Site Visit to the power operation Centre; Operation of Ontario’s electricity market.

Project Management and other soft skills for power system engineers.

Course Test/Exam