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EA Technology ( http: //www. eatechnology. com) has launched a new training course in direct response to the increased application of gas insulated switchgear ( GIS) in electrical power transmission substations.
The highly focused two day course will take place during January 2013 at EA Technology's training facility in Chester. It will cover all aspects of GIS technology and application and has already attracted a large amount of interest from electrical engineers involved in electrical transmission and operations, power network and system planners, sector operators and maintenance…
Power engineering company EA Technology ( http: //www. eatechnology. com/PSC) has developed a range of flexible modular training solutions for the power sector that can be tailored to address specific skill requirements.
Covering core power engineering disciplines, EA Technology's range of structured modular training courses are adaptable for different roles and competence levels. Employers can utilise the modules to form the basis of bespoke workforce learning for internal technical staff and post apprenticeship learning programmes, power industry conversion courses or graduate…
EA Technology ( http: //www. eatechnology. com) ’s Power Skills Centre is launching a new one day training course to help electricity distribution network operators ( DNOs) and their suppliers understand the operation and objectives of working within economic regulation.
This one day course will be held at the company’s training facilities based at Capenhurst, Chester on Monday the 19th March and will provide an introduction and overview of the regulatory process that can help business and influence performance.
The programme has been developed by EA Technology to enable managers working…
EA Technology’s Power Skills Centre has developed a specialist training course designed to address the looming skills shortage in the energy industry.
The Power System Engineering course offers a practical introduction of the industry to both new recruits and existing technical staff, helping them gain a thorough understanding of the interaction between different electrical systems and the core disciplines involved in power engineering.
The course will also provide an insight into how power engineering principles are put into practice with visits to ‘live’ operations, including a cable…