A 2-day seminar on the fundamental principles and equipment involved in the modern day electricity power system. No, a busbar is not a place busses go to socialize on Friday night.
This is an introductory seminar designed to meet the needs of the many non-technical electricity industry employees in the support disciplines such as project management, accounting, financial support, legal systems, administration, clerical support, management, human resources, customer care, community relations, directors, office and senior managers without previous electricity utility experience. It is imperative for these non-technical and support professionals to grasp the jargon, language and technology of the electricity power system for them to proactively understand and optimize the key business performance objectives and activities. While it is necessary to cover some engineering concepts, with no more than some basic high school mathematics, this seminar is specially designed to cover those aspects in a way that will provide an overall appreciation of the “Big Picture” of the electricity power industry. Please note that, while this seminar is designed to focus specifically on the needs of the non-technical and support professionals within and associated with the electricity supply industry, it will also provide an invaluable insight for new technical and engineering entrants to the industry. Beginning with basic terms and concepts, this seminar will introduce participants to the power system components and designs associated with electricity generation, transmission and distribution systems.