Training

    •  Nuclear I & C Cables

      Overview:

      This course teaches plant personnel techniques to rehabilitate and extend cable life without additional qualification tests. See detailed outline.


      Dates & Locations:

      • Jan 1, 20181 day$750Toronto


    •  Commercial Grade Dedication (CGD)

      Overview:

      This course details how Commercial Grade Dedication is applied to meet Nuclear Quality Assurance for safety-related components. See detailed outline.


      Dates & Locations:

      • Jan 1, 20181 day$950Toronto

    •  Equipment Qualification (EQ) Fundamentals

      Overview:

      This seminar presents a basis for the regulations and standards requiring Equipment Qualification of nuclear safety related components;


      Dates & Locations:

      • Jan 1, 20181 day$950Toronto

    •  Steam Generation UT Inspections & TRUSTIE™ Workshop

      Overview:

      Protecting the investment in steam generators and heat exchangers requires an inspection and maintenance system that minimizes repair costs and extend


      Dates & Locations:

      • Jan 1, 20181 day$950Toronto


    •  Arc Hazard Engineering

      Overview:

      Utilities and organizations are mandated to conduct arc hazard analysis to select Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). See detailed outline.


      Dates & Locations:

      • Jan 1, 20181 day$950Toronto

    •  Best Practices for Asset Management

      Overview:

      This course provides the knowledge, skills and process to perform Asset Condition and Risk Assessment compliant for BSI PAS 55. See detailed outline.


      Dates & Locations:

      • Jan 1, 20181 day$950Toronto

    •  Distribution Equipment Failure Investigation

      Overview:

      This 2-day course will cover equipment failure investigation on distribution systems. Analysis techniques applied to actual failed equipment will be d


      Dates & Locations:

      • Jan 1, 20182 days$1,500Toronto

    •  Energy Loss Management in Electric Utility Distribution Systems

      Overview:

      This course covers the calculation methods in the estimation of losses and discusses techniques to reduce potential loss. See detailed outline.


      Dates & Locations:

      • Jan 1, 20181 day$950Toronto

    •  Lightning Risk Management

      Overview:

      This course presents the issues in controlling the risks of lightning damage and references recent standards and methods. See detailed outline.


      Dates & Locations:

      • Jan 1, 20182 days$1,500Toronto

    •  Overhead Distribution Standards Practical Engineering

      Overview:

      This is a theoretical and practical course for Distribution Engineers on Utility Design Standards for Overhead Distribution Systems.


      Dates & Locations:

      • Jan 1, 20181 day$950Toronto


    •  IEC 61850 Interoperability of Multi-vendor Devices and Systems

      Overview:

      This course focuses on interoperability of multi-vendor devices and systems for Global Standard IEC 61850 with hands-on labs. See detailed outline.


      Dates & Locations:

      • Jan 1, 20182 days$2,150Toronto

    •  IEC 61850 Technical Overview

      Overview:

         


      Dates & Locations:

      • Jan 1, 20181 day$950Toronto

    •  Substation Grounding Systems

      Overview:

      This course covers substation grounding system design, models, testing, installation configuration, maintenance and testing. See detailed outline.


      Dates & Locations:

      • Jan 1, 20181 day$950Toronto


    •  Bulk Electric System Reliability Evaluation

      Overview:

      The US Energy Policy Act of 2005 required that mandatory and enforceable reliability standards be developed and enforced by an Electric Reliability Or


      Dates & Locations:

      • Jan 1, 20182 days$1,950Toronto


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Kinectrics Training Schedule

NOTE:

Kinectrics training schedule is tentative pending a minimum of 10 confirmed registrations. The January 1, 2018 date is a placeholder—actual course dates TBA.

Please contact us to add your name to our course waiting list.

For more information contact training@kinectrics.com

Continuing Education Units

Kinectrics courses qualify for Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for Professional Development hours.

The Engineering Institute of Canada

Kinectrics will make accommodation for individuals requesting course materials in an alternate, accessible format. Please contact us well in advance so we can understand how best to serve you.