Generator relays are probably the most complex protective relays installed on the electrical system because they have many different elements to protect the generator from various problems. Graduates of this Generator Protective Relay Testing Class will build on the Protective Relay Testing Fundamentals Class and/or Advanced Relay Testing Training Class topics to test these additional elements and relays:
* Indicates optional topics, depending on students and class requirements.
Relay technicians who are comfortable testing overcurrent (50/51), over/under voltage (27/59), over/under frequency (81), impedance (21), and differential (87) elements and want to test any generator relay.
We periodically offer classes at various locations across the USA with most classes held in Denver, CO. Click here for a calendar of future classes and locations. Don’t see a class near you? Click here to help us pick the best locations for training classes.
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.
The Generator Protective Relay Testing 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 email@example.com or 888-300-6382.
Classes at your location range from $6,000 to $7,500 USD, depending on your location and number of workstations.
The tuition for regional class is $1,250.00-1,850.00 USD, and includes all class materials and lab relays. We do not charge tax on training classes. Students are responsible for all travel, accommodation, and meal expenses.
You can cancel with no penalty up to 60 days before the class start date. Substitutions may be made at no charge. We can work with you to find a substitution, if you require one.
Students should treat this class as an actual relay testing job and bring all of the equipment they would normally use on the job, including:
We can supply some of these items upon request, but we strongly recommend that you bring the equipment you will use in the real world to be sure that you can apply what you learn with us during your day-to-day activities. We also recommend bringing example drawings and relay settings to use in class.
We reserve the right to cancel or change any class before an official confirmation notice is sent to you. Do not make any fully non-refundable travel arrangements until you receive a confirmation from us, usually 4 weeks from the first day of class.
We also have the following protective relay testing classes available. Click on any link to learn more:
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