ETAP Training Course Schedule Expands in 2009

Operation Technology, Inc. expands its U.S. course schedule due to increased demand for ETAP electrical analysis training.

Irvine, Calif., Oct. 22, 2008 –- Operation Technology, Inc. (OTI), developer of the ETAP enterprise solution for electrical power systems, has announced it is expanding its U.S. training schedule due to increased demand for ETAP electrical analysis training. Locations include New York, Houston, and Irvine, Calif.

Each year ETAP training courses bring hundreds of attendees to locations across the globe. These hands-on workshops provide the skills, knowledge and techniques necessary to become proficient in conducting power system studies, from modeling to analysis. The purpose of these workshops is to develop and enhance analytical techniques using ETAP.

"The release of ETAP 6.0, our most advanced product to date, has significantly enhanced power system analysis technology,” said Jun Qiu, Vice President of Engineering for OTI, and a training instructor. "Our thorough training courses help electrical engineering firms ensure that their staff members have the most up-to-date skills needed to use ETAP for power system analysis."

See newly announced 2009 dates below. For details about ETAP courses and worldwide training dates, visit: Because workshops fill quickly, we recommend early registration to reserve a seat in your preferred course. New events are added frequently, so check back often.

About Operation Technology, Inc.

Operation Technology, Inc. (OTI) is the designer and developer of ETAP, the most comprehensive analysis platform for electrical power systems worldwide. With more than 50,000 licenses in more than 100 countries, ETAP is used in all stages of the power process, from power generation, to transmission and distribution, to utilization. ETAP is used at 88% of nuclear generation plants in the U.S. and is the only high-impact electrical engineering software to comply with widely accepted and firmly established quality standards and regulations. For more information, visit


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