Must complete all lessons
Faults in underground cables may cause loss of supply to customers and loss of revenue for suppliers so it is imperative that the fault location process is efficient and accurate to minimise excavation time, which results in reducing inconvenience to all concerned. For fault locating to be efficient and accurate technical staff need to have expert knowledge accompanied with experience in order to attain service reliability.
Participants can use the skills and knowledge gained in this video training course to select and operate power cables and to perform testing and preventative maintenance on power cables to ensure safety and longer equipment life.
This course is designed to introduce students to cables and accessories, earthing and bonding, joints and termination, and pinpoints new trends.
WHO SHOULD COMPLETE THIS COURSE
INTRODUCTION TO CABLES AND ACCESSORIES
CABLE EARTHING AND BONDING
JOINTS AND TERMINATIONS - THEORY
B.E (Electrical & Electronics)
Deepak started his career within the Zinc mining & smelting industry as Project Engineer in Substation & Distribution Greenfield project. He then worked in a Marine and Logistics firm in the Bahamas as Maintenance and Commissioning Engineer. Following this he worked with Japanese and German automobile firms as Maintenance Engineer for Distribution and Utility related systems. He currently works as an Engineer in a regional NSW electricity Distribution utility.
Deepak has hands on experience in Distribution, Utility and Substation related systems. He has a particular interest in the consistent interpretation and implementation of Greenfield and Brownfield Standards with an emphasis on safety, reliability, economy and whole of life cost analysis.
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