Operation Considerations for the Smart Grid

Are you in charge of keeping the smart grid working?

Operation Considerations for the Smart Grid is a technically oriented course designed to ensure that technicians working on the smart grid have a balanced understanding of why and how the smart grid will be operated, both from the utility perspective as well as the customer perspective. This course provides a foundation in the technologies and systems utilized for technicians who will install, control, and monitor the smart grid. It will also cover the skills needed to maintain the smart grid, along with addressing safety precautions needed.

This course covers the following:

  • Smart Grid: The Big Picture
  • Communications and Data of the Smart Grid
  • The Customer Side of the Smart Grid
  • The Utility Side of the Smart Grid
  • Controlling, Operating, and Monitoring the Smart Grid
  • Maintenance Needs of the Smart Grid

This course is designed for technicians, line workers, electricians, system operators, transmission planners, IT-cyber security officers, engineers, and other technical staff who will install,control, monitor and maintain the smart grid.

As a self-study course with approximately 10 to 12 hours of content, this course fits your schedule, and is offered online, so you can access it anytime, anywhere.

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An additional 10% discount is available for annual company enrollments of 100 or more. Contact EPCE if your company is interested.