2101 - Elements of System Protection
2102 - Types of Protective Relays
2103 - Monitoring System Conditions
2104 - Fault Characteristics
2105 - Generator Protection
2106 - Transformer Protection
2107 - Bus Protection
2108 - Motor Protection
2109 - Line Protection 
2110 - Pilot Protection
2111 - Protection for System Stability
2112-Testing and Commissioning of 
          Protective Schemes  
2113 - Power Line Carriers   
2114 - Fault Investigation and Analysis
2115 - Introduction to Static Relaying
2116 - Coordination of Protection Devices
2117 - Power Supply for Protection & Control Systems
2118 - Energy Centre Operations
2119 - Telecommunications Protection I - HVSP Devices
2120 - Telecommunications Protection II - Installation and Configuration
2121 - Supervisory Control System (SCADA)
2122 - Inadvertent Trips - Cause and Prevention 
2123 - Fault Calculations and Relay Settings
2124 - Testing Techniques
2125 - Programmable Logic Controllers
2501 - Major Components: Design & Construction
2502 - Gas Turbine Support Systems
2503 - Operation of Gas Turbines 
2504 - Gas Turbine Control and Protection Systems
2505 - Aero-Derivative Gas Turbines
2506 - Routine Maintenance
2507 - Major Maintenance
2508 - Combined Cycle Operation 
2509 - The HRSG (Heat Recovery Steam Generator) 
2510 - The Generator and Electrical Systems
2701 - The Hydro-Electric Role in the Power System
2702 - Hydro Power Stations
2703 - Water Management
2704 - Hydro Turbines
2705 - Turbine Monitoring & Control
2706 - The Hydro Generator
2708 - Hydro Plant Auxiliaries
2709 - Operating Electrical Equipment
2710 - Hydro Plant Operation and Maintenance
7501 - Review of Fundamentals
7502 - Power Transmission 
7503 - System Voltage Control 
7504 - System Frequency and Tie-Line Control 
7505 - Power Dispatching
7506 - System Security
7507 - Operating Under Abnormal Conditions 
7508 - System Restoration
7509 - Monitoring and Control Communications
7510 - Transmission System Protection
7511 - The Effect of Deregulation on Operations 
7512 - Power Dispatch Under Deregulation
7513 - Transmission Control 
7801 - Fundamentals of Plant Efficiency I 
7802 - Fundamentals of Plant Efficiency II
7808 - Power Plant Control 
1101 - Grid Dynamics - Control Performance Compliance
1102 - Emergency Operations NERC & Regional Coordinating Authority : Eastern Interconnection 
1102 - Emergency Operations NERC & Regional Coordinating Authority : Western Interconnection
7514: Controlling to NERC Standards : Interconnection Operations 
7516: Controlling to NERC Standards – Generation Control and Performance 
7517 - Controlling to NERC Standards: Aspects of System Operations 
7518 - Controlling to NERC Standards: System Transactions & Coordination



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7803 - Factors Affecting Boiler Efficiency
7804 - Operator Controllable Losses: Boiler 
7805 - Factors Affecting Turbine Efficiency 
7806 - Operator Controllable Losses: Turbine Cycle 
7807 - Balance of Plant Operation 
8001 - AC Voltage Generation 
8002 - Power Factor 
8003 - Impedance and Voltage Drop
8004 - Three Phase Power Systems
8005 - Distribution Networks System Layout 2
8006 - Distribution Networks Overhead Lines
8007 - Underground Distribution Systems 
8008 - Substations 
8009 - Distributed Generation
8010 - Substation Transformers 
8011 - Distribution Transformers
8012 - Fault Interrupting Devices 
8013 - Non Fault Interrupting Devices 
8014 - Voltage Control Devices
8015 - Fundamentals of Protection
8016 - Overcurrent Protection 
8017 - Distribution System Protection - Differential Protection
8018 - Coordination of protection Devices 1 
8019 - Overvoltage Protection
8020 - Communication Techniques
8021 - SCADA Control 
8022 - Distribution Automation 
8023 - Programmable Logic Controllers
8024 - Personnel Safety
8025 - Insulation Testing 
8026 - Rotating Equipment Maintenance 
8027 - Transformer Maintenance
8028 - Switchgear Maintenance
8029 - Line Maintenance 
8030 - Maintenance Management 
8031 - Load Characteristics/ Customer Service
8032 - Demand Management
8033 - Metering
8034 - Utility Rate Structure 
8035 - The Effects of Deregulation and Competition
8036 - Power Quality 
8037 - Function of the Operator
8038 - Abnormal Operating Conditions
8039 - Service Interruptions  
1103 - Grid Dynamics High Voltage, Transmission, Safety, & Power System Ops  
1104 - Grid Dynamics - Synchronizing Islands 
1105 - Grid Dynamics - Undervoltage and Underfrequency
1106 - Grid Dynamics - Voltage Control 
7101: Electrical Fundamentals, Basic Electricity   
7102: Electrical Fundamentals, Properties of AC Circuits
7103: Electrical Fundamentals, Power and Power Factor 
7104: Electrical Fundamentals, Three Phase Systems 



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SAMPLE COURSES

9500: Emergency Table Top Drill  
This module provides the student with an in depth study of operational problem-solving drills. Students will proceed through the various scenarios ranging from minor events to system black-outs and restoration. 
Through this module, students will be introduced to the topic of emergency preparedness through a series of exercises or drills designed to provide a realistic learning experience. Students will have to complete separate, written logs documenting his/her actions for a given scenario: the trainees are provided with “expected outcomes” that they are to compare their responses to. This course is very realistic and requires use of skill-sets that closely match those that would be used in an actual situation. 

SEAT TIME:
•Training Scenario #1 30 minutes
•Training Scenario #2 30 minutes
•Training Scenario #3 30 minutes
•Training Scenario #4 30 minutes
•Training Scenario #5 30 minutes 
•Training Scenario #6 30 minutes
•Training Scenario #7 120 minutes
•Training Scenario #8 120 minutes
•Training Scenario #9-W (Western Interconnection) 45 minutes 
•Training Scenario #10 180 minutes
•Training Scenario #11 180 minutes
•Training Scenario #12 180 minutes
•Total Seat Time 17.5 hours

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9900 - System Operations Review  
9900: System Operations Review - NERC Cert Prep (101)
COURSE DESCRIPTION: 
The NERC OPERATIONS TRAINING MODULE is designed to provide a comprehensive general review for personnel seeking CE training credit as well as for those persons who are preparing to take the NERC certification exam.
Note - if a person completes this before attaining certification by NERC, then it does not warrant NERC CE credits.
This is a tool to help prepare for taking the exam. It does not include or imply content of any NERC certification exam answers. The purpose of this module is to serve as a tool to help with an individual’s understanding of system operations and demonstration of knowledge necessary to succeed in the NERC certification exam. It is absolutely necessary to spend “face time” in the references and Standards in addition to the course completion.
TOPICS COVERED: 
•NERC Area Map
•NERC Key Terms and Definitions
•Study Guide
•Interchange Basic Requirements 
•Assignment and link to read NERC Standards
•Self Study Assignment and Link to Chapter Reviews with Instant Feed-back from Power System Operation by Miller & Malinowsky (2nd edition)
•Overview of Synchronous Machine Basics c. Power Flow Fundamentals 
•Governor Response 
•Frequency Bias 
•Concepts of AGC 
•Synchronizing h. Speed Droop 
•Off-Normal Frequency 
•NERC ACE Equation 
•Performance Requirements Reference Documents
•Segment Review Quiz 
•Basic Relationships of Conductance 
•Effects of Inductive and Capacitive Reactance 
•Reactive Power and Electrical Measurements
•Bus Arrangements 
•Line Equipment 
•Basic Types of Protective Relaying for Line (overview only) 
•Unscheduled Power Flow Introduced 
•EHV, Basic Terms 
•Single - Pole Tripping 
•Procedures and Communications 
•Fundamental Concepts 
•Frequency Training Reference 
•Underfrequency and Undervoltage 
•A Table of Key Times and Values to Remember 
•Minimum of Two Hours Must be Spent in “Face Time” Review b. Link is Provided to Allow Instant Access to Standards 
•Full Review of all Aspects of E-Tagging 
•Request States, Profile Changes, Process Flow
Restoration after Blackout 
•First Generation On Line
•Adjusting Unit for Initial Pick-Up of Load 
•Picking up Small Increments of Load
•Control and Regulation 
•E-Tagging
•Picking up Small Increments of Load
•Control and Regulation 
•Picking up Small Increments of Load
•Picking up Small Increments of Load
•Control and Regulation 
•Under- and Over-Frequency
•Under Voltage 
•Interchange and Scheduling
•SUB - MODULES WITH MORE PREP QUESTIONS 
•Practice Generic Operations Exam with Feedback 
•Practice NERC Questions with Feed-Back
•NERC Standards Quiz (answers with response) 
•. Eight Key-Question Review (answers with response 
CE HOURS: 
12 CE Hours
SEAT TIME:
This course has been approved for 12 hours.
TESTING: 
Final Exam- Final Exam must be passed with a 70% to pass the course. The final exam can be taken three times if necessary. 
COURSE COMPLETION:
Upon successful completion of this course you will be able to print your certificate online. 

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