Power Systems Training

Premium Power can help your organisation get the best out of its power modelling systems. We offer a range of training courses on core and advanced power systems modules.


Power systems training

Getting the most out of your power system modelling software is crucial. Premium Power offer comprehensive introductory and advanced courses in Power Systems modelling. These are given at our offices in Dublin and can also be given to groups at customer sites.
Our courses are designed to meet the needs of professional engineers.

Why Premium Power?

Premium Powers’s training is delivered by qualified engineering staff. Premium Power have been delivering Power Systems studies for over 10 years to a large range of industrial, datacentre, manufacturing and utility clients.

Power systems fundamentals

This is a 3 days training course introducing:
– Short Circuit Analysis
– Protective Device Coordination
– Arc Flash Hazard Modelling

Advanced Power Systems Modelling

This is a 3 course covering:
– Power Flow
– Motor Starting
– Transient Stability
– Harmonics Modelling

Target Group

Our Power Modelling courses are ideally suited to qualified electrical engineers. They are technically detailed and cover the creation and use of Power Analytics DesignBase modelling software.

 

 

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