01

Course Overview


• Outlining protection terminology
• Identify the major requirements of reliable electrical protection system
• Learn about different types of faults SCC (O.C) and overloads
• Characteristics of protection devices & ancillaries e.g. relays, circuit breakers, CT's & PT's, etc...
• The protection systems for the main equipment: generators, transformers and motors

Course Objective


• Learn the fundamentals of protection schemes, main & ancillary electrical components and selectivity principles
• Utilize the characteristics of the protection devices in protection schemes
• Evaluate and replace different protection components
• Develop troubleshooting skills

Audience


• Electrical engineers involved in engineering/design activities
• Site switch gear Installation or construction supervisors
• Maintenance and/or operation engineers of major electrical equipment

Prerequisites


• Familiarity with Electrical Design, maintenance or operation of Electrical Distribution Systems

02

Course Overview


• Learn the hazardous area classification techniques as per different international codes & standards
• Outline terminology used: classes, divisions, zones, gas groups and temperature classes
• Identify precautions and material selection for hazardous locations
• Use the hazardous area classification documents

Course Objective


• Develop hazardous area classification documents
• Learn about the degree & extent of the hazard in the classified areas
• Specify and evaluate the equipment & materials for hazardous locations

Audience


• Electrical, instrumentation, process engineers and HSE specialists involved in:
o Engineering/Design activities.
o Site installation or construction supervision.
o Maintenance and operation of electrical systems
o HSE activities

Prerequisites


• Familiarity with Electrical Design, instrumentation and HSE is preferable

03

Course Overview


• Outline electrical engineering activities, deliverables and information needed
• Define electrical engineering scope, stages, and documents
• Outline documents preparation; its contents & related calculations
• Interacting with other related disciplines

Course Objective


• Learn how to select the Electrical Distribution System
• Define necessary equipment and materials
• Participate in other related activities & tasks e.g. planning, reporting, purchasing and site supervision

Audience


• Electrical engineers involved in:
o Engineering/Design activities.
o Site construction and supervision.
o Maintenance and operation of electrical systems

Prerequisites


• Familiarity with electrical designs is preferable