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S&C’s Power Systems Services Announces 2007 Seminars

More is expected from today’s power system engineers and operators than ever before. System protection and planning are areas where utility staffs are particularly stretched. S&C Electric Company can expand the skills and job effectiveness of a team through courses and workshops conducted by its Power Systems Services experts . . . in-house engineers and technologists with years of industry experience.

Here’s a rundown of upcoming courses and workshops.

Power System Voltage Stability. June 11–12, 2007
Provides a comprehensive overview of fundamental concepts on voltage stability, such as the significance of reactive power management and voltage control. 1.6 Continuing Education Units/16 Professional Development Hours.

Short-Circuit Analysis. June 18–19, 2007
Examines the fault analysis process, solutions, and equipment selection. Covers actual system examples. 1.2 Continuing Education Units/12 Professional Development Hours.

Distribution Overcurrent Protection and Coordination. June 20–22, 2007
Covers selection, application, and coordination of overcurrent protective devices for medium voltage distribution systems. Discusses actual system examples. 2.0 Continuing Education Units/20 Professional Development Hours.

Distribution Planning Strategies. September 26–28, 2007.
Teaches how to determine future distribution needs and develop strategies that can be applied in the next planning cycle. 2.0 Continuing Education Units/20 Professional Development Hours.

Circuit-Switcher Workshop. May 23–24, 2007; June 28-29, 2007; August 9-10, 2007; September 20-21, 2007
Provides in-depth information and unique hands-on experience in the installation, operation, and maintenance of S&C Circuit-Switchers used in distribution substations. 16 Professional Development Hours.

All courses and workshops can be customized for presentation at your facility, to meet your specialized professional development needs.

You can register online at www.sandc.com/pss.

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