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Train with Prescient

Learn up-to-date practices to keep your systems up, costs down, and customers happy. Our expert instructors can help make sure you stay on the cutting edge.

Our trainings are offered in partnership with the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee,

School of Continuing Education, Electrical Engineering Department. Our expert instructors have decades of experience teaching professionals in the electric utility industry.

Courses can be adapted as workshops for electric utility businesses and organizations.
Contact us to schedule a workshop for your staff.

 

Featured Course

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Optimizing Rolling Blackouts

Learn best practices for load control using rolling blackouts. Gain an in-depth understanding of best practices to implement before initiating rolling blackouts.

Audience:

Power system analysts, designers, and technicians. 

Dates

Nov. 11, 2021

Time

8am-4pm, CT

Format

Online

 

One-day Courses

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Revenue Stabilization with Renewable Energy

Learn best practices for investment recovery strategies that assure adequate revenue for host utilities as residential customers install rooftop PV systems.

Audience:

Power system analysts, designers, engineers, and technicians.

Dates

Sept. 16, 2021

Time

8am-4pm, CT

Format

Online

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Optimizing Electric Utility Storm Recovery

Discuss necessary preparations and best practices for prompt storm recovery. Construct a roadmap for restoring power within 8 hours of a major storm. 

Audience:

Power system analysts, designers, engineers, and technicians.

Dates

Sept. 17, 2021

Time

8am-4pm, CT

Format

Online

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Understanding Power System Response

Learn about the impact of fault voltage and fault duration on fault induced delayed voltage recovery (FIDVR), and more.

Audience:

Power system analysts, designers, engineers, and technicians.

Dates

Oct. 28, 2021

Time

8am-4pm, CT

Format

Online

 

Two-day Courses

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Integrating DoD Security Guidelines in Power Designs

Discuss acts of sabotage that have occurred in the U.S. and learn recommended practices to enhance the physical security of electric power systems. 

Audience:

Power system analysts, designers, engineers, and technicians.

Dates

Nov. 9-10, 2021

Time

8am-4pm, CT

Format

Online

 

Three-day Courses

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Transmission and Distribution Systems

Through activities and discussions, learn about real-life scenarios for the operation and design of power systems.

Audience:

Power system analysts, designers, engineers, and technicians.

Dates

Sept. 13-15, 2021

Time

8am-4pm, CT

Format

Online

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Next Generation Protective Relay Systems

Learn about updates to protective relay systems to ensure enhanced security, dependability, and effectiveness.

Audience:

Power system analysts, designers, engineers, and technicians.

Dates

Oct. 25-27, 2021

Time

8am-4pm, CT

Format

Online

 

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Understanding Power Line and Wildfire Risk

Become a wildfire risk assessor. Prevent wildfires caused from arcing power lines.

Audience:

Engineers, environmental professionals, first responders, and more.

Dates

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DC Systems - Emergency and Peak Shaving

Learn about important considerations when using flooded cell and gel cell batteries and battery chargers.

Audience:

Power system analysts, designers, engineers, and technicians.

Dates

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Next Generation Power Systems

Learn about automated distribution networks, renewable customer-owned power sources, rapid voltage recovery, and more.

Audience:

Electrical engineering professionals and students. 

Dates

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Assessing the Condition of Aging Electrical Equipment

Learn about updates to protective relay systems to ensure enhanced security, dependability and effectiveness.

Audience:

Those who perform, schedule, or supervise maintenance activities.

Dates

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Substation Grounding

Learn about important factors when developing ground grids for substations, from soil resistivity to structure grounding.

Audience:

Power system analysts, designers, engineers, and technicians.

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Predictive Renewable Energy Inverters

Learn about essential considerations when inverters are converted to units that enhance operations and event recovery.

Audience:

Power system analysts, designers, engineers, and technicians.

Dates

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Solar Flares and Wide Area Blackouts

Learn how geomagnetically induced currents (GICs) interact with the power grid, and how to prevent blackouts due to GICs.

Audience:

Power system analysts, designers, engineers, and technicians.

Dates

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Microgrid Fundamentals

Learn vital factors when implementing a microgrid, including seasonal and daily load cycles, energy sources, and more.

Audience:

Power system analysts, designers, engineers, and technicians.

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