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The Control & Management of Offshore & Marine High Voltage Power Systems

The Faraday Centre

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Introduction This course is designed for candidates involved in the management and operation of marine/offshore high voltage power systems requiring an understanding of the principles of power generation and high voltage distribution systems and how to safely control and manage abnormal situations such as power failures and emergencies. The course also introduces the safe operation of high voltage systems but it does not authorise participants to carry out high voltage switching operations. Outline Contents Statutory electrical regulations Situation / stress management Operational and safety features of switchgear High voltage safety rules and procedures An introduction to electrical protection Synchronisation and control of generators An outline of DCS and SCADA systems An introduction to power management systems The operation of power systems during planned and fault situations Action to be taken during loss of high voltage control facilities Simulated and practical exercises Course review Certification Candidates who successfully complete the theoretical and practical competence assessments, will receive a Faraday 'Competence' certificate, candidates who fail or do not wish to undertake the competence assessments will receive a Faraday 'Attendance' certificate.

Introduction This course is designed for candidates involved in the management and operation of marine/offshore high voltage power systems requiring an understanding of the principles of power generation and high voltage distribution systems and how to safely control and manage abnormal situations such as power failures and emergencies. The course also introduces the safe operation of high...

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