Electrical Power Systems Hands on skill are required for work on railway facilities, infrastructural power plans, industrial manufacturing and process plants and Oil and Gas facilities. Improving this Skills with ETAP or related software will aid you design and analyses power system from the source to distribution.
The ability to work with software will play a major role for fresh Graduate/Industry Electrical engineers in acquiring Employment and the necessary technical skills to perform on the Job. Those who want to expand their knowledge of power and Load calculations; can apply for this course too. Power system Design soft wares are used by Oil and Gas and other utility and power companies.
Our Course design philosophy is aimed at maximizing competence at local level and equip our Indigenous Engineers with the necessary skill set to perform on the job.
This training will cover:
- Electrical Design Overview
- One Line Diagram
- Load Flow Analysis.
- Arc Flash Analysis.
- Unbalanced Load Flow.
- Cable System.
- Short-circuit Analysis.
- Transformer Sizing.
- Ground Grid System Analysis.
- Optimal Power Flow.
- Harmonic Analysis
Who to Attend:
- Electrical Engineers/Technicians,
- Engineering graduates and students,
- Instrumentation and controls Engineers and Students
This Training is organized by Hommaston Limited; Training and Manpower Development. Hommaston is an indigenous company, with a primary focus of positively impacting capacity development goals. Our core competence is Engineering and workforce Capacity Building. Promotion of Nigerian content development objectives is a key objective of Hommaston Limited. We intend to elevate and propagate the Nigerian Content initiative of the Federal Government of Nigeria to levels which will optimize the use of local resources and materials in the execution of our projects. Our training success on the Nigerian Content Development Platform, where we have successfully delivered, 4 NCDMB approved regulatory training, has proven our capability. Hommaston has also, over the past 4 years, trained in partnership with NYSC SAED for development of 600+ corps members.