Utility environments and transformer relays can be more complicated than the simple feeder relays usually found in industrial environments. The Advanced Protective Relay Testing Training Class builds on the Protective Relay Testing Fundamentals Class to allow trainees to test transmission lines and transformer relays, including the following relays and elements:
Every class we offer is tailored to the students in the room, which means we don’t have a constant stream of PowerPoint presentations and pre-canned exercises! Every class is unique. You are guaranteed to come away from this class with more knowledge and skills to become a better relay tester. You can read some reviews of previous classes by clicking the Reviews tab above.
Relay technicians who are comfortable testing overcurrent (51/51), over/under voltage (27/59), and over/under frequency (81) elements and want to test the majority of relays installed on the electrical system.
All students must have attended the Protective Relay Testing Fundamentals Class or completed the How to Test Protective Relays Online Seminar before attending this class. No exceptions! This class contains techniques that even seasoned relay testers may not be familiar with. We used the honor system in past classes, but students that overestimate their abilities get overwhelmed quickly and learn nothing, while the students who put in the work beforehand lose the practice time necessary to really internalize these topics because we spent too much time reviewing the fundamentals.
If you can’t confidently answer the questions in the quiz below and apply them to your next relay testing project, you should take the Protective Relay Testing Fundamentals Class first:
Don’t have enough personnel to make it cost effective to bring our instructor to you? Contact us to see if we can minimize your costs by creating an open-registration, regional training class near your location.
If you or your team can’t confidently answer the questions in the quiz below and apply them to your next relay testing project, you should take the Protective Relay Testing Fundamentals Class first:
The Advanced Protective Relay Testing Training Class is eligible for 24 NETA Continuing Technical Development Credits (CTDs). NETA Certified Technicians (Level III and Level IV) are required to earn a minimum of 48 CTDs every three years to maintain their certification. For more information about the CTD program and requirements, please contact the NETA office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 888-300-6382.
Class at your location ranges from $5,000 to $8,500 USD, depending on the number of workstations required.
We also have the following protective relay testing classes available. Click on any link to learn more:
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