Creating a mySEL account automatically creates a mySELU training plan.
Your mySELU training plan is a record of SEL University training you have purchased. When you purchase an SEL University training course, it is added to your mySELU training plan. While in the mySELU training plan, you can:
You will receive a:
Unless otherwise specified, classes are conducted from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. each day.
Unless otherwise specified on the course page, bring the following items to class for Application (APP), Systems (SYS), and Testing (TST) courses: a scientific calculator, a laptop computer, and any software required by the course. Software must be downloaded and installed prior to the class.
For Protection (PROT), Communications (COM), and Power Systems (PWRS) courses, you will need a scientific calculator. Refer to the “Course Preparation” section on the course page for details.
All classroom-based courses include an electronic copy of the course materials. This information is provided to students two weeks prior to the class and should be downloaded ahead of time.
CBT System Requirements
Windows: Microsoft Edge (latest version), Google Chrome (latest version), or Firefox (latest version)
Mac: Safari (latest version), Google Chrome (latest version), or Firefox (latest version)
Mobile: Use latest versions of Safari in Apple iOS, Google Chrome in Apple iOS, or Google Chrome in Android OS
Required browser settings:
WBT System Requirements
Internet connection and internet browser
Join a test meeting to test your browser and operating system: https://www.webex.com/test-meeting.html.
APP (Application): Application courses build on the skills obtained in fundamentals courses and provide both technicians and engineers with hands-on settings experience. Content typically includes more exercises than theory and is focused on one primary product type.
COM (Communications): Communications courses teach technicians and engineers introductory and advanced networking and data communication troubleshooting principles and best practices. Focused on communications products, more fundamental.
PROT (Protection Fundamentals): Protection courses teach technicians and engineers power system protection.
SYS (System): Systems courses build on the skills obtained in application and fundamentals courses and provide technicians and engineers with advanced hands-on integration and design experience. Content focuses on multiple product types functioning together.
TST (Testing): Testing courses help you develop the skills needed to test, commission, apply, and troubleshoot SEL products for power system protection solutions. For use with troubleshooting, pulling event reports, checkpoints, and testing equipment. Intended for technicians.
eLearning: Training conducted on the Internet, where students can access their learning materials online at any place and time. E-Learning most often takes place in the form of online courses or online programs and is self-paced. May or may not include a live instructor or equipment