This course is a perfect quick learning exercise for non-technicals who would like to understand the physics and engineering fundamentals that go behind providing electricity supply. It will explain step-by-step what constitutes an electric power system and what are its associated components. The course will provide a compact and easily understandable information on how electricity system works. Increased knowledge on technical aspects of electricity system functioning will improve skills of participants and thus enhance quality of regulatory performances.
The program is easily understandable for everyone as technical information is backed up by practical illustrations.
1-day site visit will be organised for course participants.
ERRA is extending its 2-day Power Sector Basics for Non-Engineers Training Course with content on Natural Gas. Participants might choose to join the electricity or the natural gas block only but they might decide to sign up for all 5 days (incl. site visit).
This course is eligible for 5 CER credits. More information on the Certified Energy Regulator (CER).
The program is available to classroom and remote participants parallel. Thus, if you cannot travel to Budapest for any reason, you do not need to miss this unique technical learning opportunity, you can sign up for online participation.
In case of interest please contact the ERRA Secretariat in order to get most recent information and secure your place in the course.
Mr. Tamás Vörös, MEKH, Hungary
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