Valence Electrical Training Services has shown its commitment to the high-voltage electrical testing industry with The Relay Testing Handbook series, TechTalk blog, YouTube video series, online training courses, and conference presentations. We also provide hands-on relay testing training classes at your location, or ours. Relay test technicians who graduate from our classes can answer:
Other protective relay testing training classes are:
This means that a student in classes from other providers:
Valence used years of relay training experience to create a modern curriculum for today’s relays and test equipment. Our class size, topics, and duration are designed to make sure our trainees retain the information they learn in the class through a combination of theory and hands-on training.
All of our in-person training classes include post-training services where students can ask follow-up questions, and consult with relay testing experts for help after the courses are complete.
While we focus on ensuring that students graduate with the knowledge and skills they need to become effective relay testers, we understand that recognition is also important. All of our graduates receive a certificate of completion, which can be used with your regulating board. Each class has been pre-approved for the number of NETA Continuing Education Credits (CTDs) listed in each class description.
Follow these links to learn more about our electrical training classes, or use the link below to download our Electrical Training Classes brochure, and then contact us to schedule your training dates.
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If you test relays, I’d be surprised if you found a better course anywhere else. Chris has a stupendous amount of knowledge and is very good at explaining the information
Definitely worth the effort, you will learn not only techniques of relay testing but as well as exemplary professionalism. The courses prepares one to be a good relay tester instead of “Button Pusher” or a mediocre one. Better yet, you might’ve found yourself a field support. Get hold of “The Relay Testing Handbook” by Chris Werstiuk, very good review on related power system theories and excellent guide line for the training course. Bring your own test set. Have a good set of clutter-free stackable test-leads. Bring your own test sheet.
Approach the class with an open mind no matter your background experience.
I would definitely recommend this course. This course strategically goes over ever generator specific protection element in a manner that allows the students to absorb it.
Take the time to utilize this small class setting and ask as many questions as possible.
I was really impressed with the instructors knowledge of both the test equipment and the relays which we tested. I have been to several advanced relay training courses and this was by far the best yet. It is great that it is given by a tester, for testers. I highly recommend this course to anyone who tests relays no matter what their skill set is.
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