Electrical & Power

Drives & Transformers Protection

This programme will give participants a clear understanding of protection philosophies, operating principles of protection relays, technological advancements and recent trends in protection systems

Learning outcomes
At the end of the course participants would be able to:

  • Appreciate the needs of protection systems
  • Reinforce their technical knowledge in the field of protection
  • Understand protection principles, technological developments in the industry

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Course Outline

  • Principles of electrical motors and types of motors
  • Motor applications based on load characteristics, starting times, duty cycles and environmental conditions
  • Types of motor faults and fault finding
  • Motor failure analysis
  • Standard Protection features for motor
  • Type of protection relays and protection schemes
  • Numerical protection relays – construction, block diagram and features
  • Motor protection relays/IEDs for comprehensive protection of motors
  • Principle of speed control of AC/DC motors
  • Condition monitoring tests on motors including motor current signature analysis
  • Introduction to variable speed drives and their control systems – simple V/f, flux control, vector controls
  • Motor protection features in VSDs
  • Installation, earthing and maintenance requirements of VSDs

Target Audience:
Course could be customised based on the requirement

Standard course: 2 days

Arc Flash

This course would introduce participants to the hazards of an arc flash event & how to set up and arc flash safety program based on the NFPA 70E standards

Learning outcomes
After successful completion of the training, candidates would be able to understand

  • Factors affecting arc flash
  • Selection & use of PPE for arc flash protection & equipment labelling requirements
  • Importance of shock protection
  • Arc flash calculation basics
  • Electrical maintenance requirement

Course Outline

  • Introduction to NFPA 70E standards (Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace)
  • General Safety and Good Practices with Risk assessments
  • Statistics of accidents and burn facts as a consequence of Arc Flash
  • Boundary Requirements and Energized Permits
  • PPE for Shock Protection. Lock Out and Tag Out
  • Lock Out and Tag Out concept with practical applications.
  • Care and maintenance with Do’s and Don’ts of Arc Flash Garments.
  • HRC (High Rupturing Capacity) Rating and Application.

Target audience:
Course could be customised based on the requirement

Standard course: 2 days


This course provides structured way to understand the electrical power systems to assess and minimise potential hazards. It also covers the eHAZOP methodology and its applications

Learning outcomes
Upon completion of the program, the participants will be to apply knowledge and skills in the areas of:

  • Planning and execution of a successful and efficient eHAZOP
  • eHAZOP applications in avoiding operational risks
  • Function process equipment and application
  • Application of eHAZOP techniques to assure design integrity

Course Outline

  • Introduction to Risk and Hazard Concepts
  • Hazard and Operability Analysis background
  • eHAZOP categories
  • eHAZOP lifecycle (timing, planning, logistics, contracting)
  • Planning and performing an eHAZOP
  • eHAZOP documentation& deliverables

Target audience:
Electrical Engineers / Safety managers

Standard: 1 day


This course aims to provide basics of classification of hazardous areas of the overall risk assessment process. It covers the frequency & duration of the occurrences of an explosive atmosphere. It also covers the national and international codes applicable in the classification of hazardous area

Learning outcomes
After successful completion of the training, candidates would be able to

  • Understand the concepts of hazardous area classification and why it is done
  • Familirise with the national and international codes pertaining to the HAC
  • Apply techniques to control measures and safety systems required for implementation of HAC

Course Outline

  • Definitions of Hazardous Area Classification
  • Codes & recommended standards
  • Methods to categorise Hazardous area
  • Basic combustion concepts
  • Wiring methods and control measures

Target audience:
Recent graduates ; Professionals with operations, process, engineering and safety background

1 day

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