The trainees will be led through this fast-paced three day course by a current field trainer and former substation technician. Robert brings 36 years of experience in the electrical field. He is eager to share his experiences in using electrical prints for maintenance, troubleshooting, relaying, metering, equipment commissioning, and, most importantly, safety while switching.
Attend the class at the Enoserv Training Facility in Tulsa, Oklahoma and you will receive presentations on:
- Electrical print terminology. 1 line, 3 line, ladder, schematic, power scheme, control scheme, and more
- Symbols, devices numbers, and abbreviations: what do they mean? How do they work with each other?
- Switching – Your print is the road map. Can you read the signs?
- Control schematics – AC/DC, basic theory, applications, voltages, troubleshooting tips.
- Power circuit breaker – physical layout, CT and bushing numbering, and control scheme
- Basic relay schematics – How does the print apply to testing, commissioning, and troubleshooting?
- Logic diagrams – AND, OR, NOT, series, parallel, How are they related?
- Safety in troubleshooting – Multi-meter use, shorts, opens, grounds, and line of fire
You will learn:
- The principles of reading electrical prints
- How to identify different types of electrical prints
- How to identify symbols and device numbers
- How to draw basic 1 line, ladder, and panel wiring prints
- How to use electrical prints for troubleshooting and testing
- How to use electrical prints for safe switching procedures
- Why electrical prints are important whether you are a substation tech, a telecom tech, a lineman, etc
Prerequisites for this course include: 1) Previous experience in the electrical field 2) A working knowledge of D.C. and A.C. theory with practical experience in circuit analysis and troubleshooting will be helpful 3) Knowledge of IEEE Device numbers will also be helpful but not necessary.
The training will benefit students who are focused on a career in the utility industry which involves maintenance, troubleshooting, and testing equipment such as relays, meters, circuit breakers, and transformers.
ENOSERV training courses are held at the ENOSERV Training Facility. Only ENOSERV presents training on any type of test set with numerous electromechanical and digital relay types. All classrooms were built from the ground up with only relay testing training in mind. Refreshments and lunches will be provided by ENOSERV. Attendees should bring his/her laptop with RTS installed.
Class times are as follows: Day One- 8:00AM-5PM, Day Two- 8:00AM-5PM.
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Is there a phone number or email where I can contact the organizer with any questions? Yes; you may contact us by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone: 918-622-4530.
Do I need to print out and bring a ticket to get in? No; you will be on a registration list used at check-in.
How do I get to the ENOSERV Training Facility? The address is: 7780 E 106th St, Tulsa, OK 74133. Some GPS maps and online maps do not show a current and correct location for ENOSERV. Google maps is correct. Also, there is a map on the ENOSERV web site depicting our location in relation to hotels, restaurants and entertainment. http://enoserv.com/map_of_ENOSERV_location.html
Does ENOSERV have corporate rates with nearby hotels? Yes; ENOSERV has corporate rates with two nearby hotels. The Hampton Inn & Suites is directly across the street and they offer a daily rate of $91, which includes a warm breakfast. The other hotel, Holiday Inn Express, is a brand new hotel that is approximately one block away. The Holiday Inn Express offer a daily rate of $85 which comes with a warm breakfast. The contact information for both hotels is listed below:
Hampton Inn & Suites Tulsa South-Bixby
8220 East Regal Place
Tulsa, OK 74133
Holiday Inn Express & Suites-Tulsa South Bixby
8405 E 102nd Street South
Tulsa, OK 74133
TERMS & CONDITIONS
1. Fees are inclusive of program materials and refreshments.
2. Registering constitutes a legally binding contract.
3. It may be necessary for reasons beyond the control of ENOSERV to change the content and timing of the program, the speakers, the date or the location without notice. If for any reason, ENOSERV decides to postpone this class, ENOSERV is not responsible for covering airfare, hotel, or other travel costs incurred by clients. The class fee will not be refunded, but can be credited to a future class. In the unlikely event of the program being canceled, ENOSERV will automatically make a full refund but disclaim any further liability.
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Expenses of training including tuition, travel, lodging and meals, incurred to maintain or improve skills in your profession may be tax deductible. Consult your tax advisor.
Cancellations made within 30 days prior to event will not result in a refund or credit. There is no charge for substitutions, but you must submit a letter authorizing the transfer signed by the registered attendee one day prior to the event starting date.
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