PROT 407 provides an in-depth study of the methods used in designing protection for high-voltage power transmission lines.
PROT 403 provides an overview of the principles, schemes, and devices for protecting medium-voltage distribution feeders and buses. The course provides basic guidelines for overcurrent device coordination in radial systems. It also covers the application of negative-sequence overcurrent and directional overcurrent protection in distribution systems. The course discusses the effect of load and distributed generation sources on protection. It also provides guidelines for fast service restoration in distribution systems.
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SEC 203 is designed to support compliance and management teams. It gives students directly applicable information, helping them to understand how to meet these requirements. It covers region-independent information, including Reliability Standard Audit Worksheets (RSAWs), data requests, and associated audit best practices.
SEL University courses are organized into programs consisting of one or more tracks. Tracks are a recommended sequence for engineers, technicians, power system specialists, and managers concerned with protection, monitoring, control, automation, metering, and management of utility and industrial electric power systems.
Choose from an off-the-shelf option or request an on-demand WBT course.
This course is intended for utility transmission protection engineers and power system consultants who need a comprehensive understanding of the new ultra-high-speed time-domain line protection principles and applications.
Power System Communications Track: This track is designed for individuals who want to specialize in communications.
Industrial Power System Protection Track: Learn more about dependable industrial power system protection for critical infrastructure through SEL University.
Generation System Protection Track: This track is designed for individuals who want to specialize in generation system protection.
In this course, students will learn how SDN technology accomplishes this and how to engineer networks using SDN to enhance the cybersecurity, situational awareness, and the performance of operational technology (OT) networks.
SEC 101 gives the layperson a basic understanding of ICSs and how they are used. In this course, we cover types of control systems, critical infrastructure sectors, communications basics, and protection and security for these systems, with an emphasis on electric power.
This course is designed to give ICS technicians or engineers the tools to understand basic cybersecurity and an understanding of how ICSs interact with enterprise security. SEC 201 is also appropriate for hands-on managers who want a better understanding of their systems’ security. This course covers basic cybersecurity and ICSs, with an emphasis on the mindset of malicious actors, defensive strategies, and network security tools and techniques.
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Transmission Line Protection Track: This track is designed for individuals who want to specialize in transmission system protection.
Substation Track: This track is designed for individuals who want to specialize in substation system protection.
Power System Protection for Technicians Track: This track is designed for Technicians involved in setting, testing, and troubleshooting protective relays.
This track is designed for individuals who want to specialize in distribution protection.
Computer-Based Training (CBT) Courses
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On-demand training from SEL University (SELU) makes it easy to ensure that your team has the right skills to maximize the value of your system investment. If you have several people on your team who need training on the same technology, theory, or applications, our on-demand training options bring world-class training to your doorstep or any convenient location. We deliver an innovative, high-quality, and customer-focused training experience.
APP 849: SEL-849 Motor Management Relay - Increase your motor protection knowledge as you set and apply SEL-849 Motor Management Relays in a simulated low-voltage motor control center.
PROT 300: Symmetrical Components—Theory and Application
APP ICON: SEL ICON Integrated Communications Optical Network - On-Demand, Two-Day SEL University Course
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