Course Programme

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.

WEEK 1

March 22- 26, 2021

WEEK 2

March 29-April 2, 2021

WEEK 3

April 5-9, 2021
  • Brief Introduction to Power System
  • Terminology & Basics
  • Power Generation
  • Transmission System
  • System Operation
  • Distribution System

 

  • Consumption & Role of Consumers
  • Course Wrap-up, Final test

 

For detailed course agenda please contact the ERRA Secretariat.

 

COURSE FACULTY TEAM


Reviews:

 

*****
This educational workshop has been very useful. Non-engineers need this kind of events. The interest in the topics has proven that each topic can be a separate workshop. (North-Macedonia)

*****
A very good training for those who have no background related to the energy sector, especially to its technical aspects (Hungary)

Materials

How DC and AC system works, demonstrations with a hand generator and simple circuits
by Barış SANLI (barissanli.com)

Methodology

Proposed weekly engagement: 6-8 hours

Instructor-led real-time recorded presentations

Online Tutoring

Training Assignment

Final test


The training is based on a self-paced collaborative e-learning platform that features a combination of real-time interactive presentations by the instructors, online tutoring at pre-announced times, reading material related to the course modules and training assignment.

The course will run for 3 weeks with the following weekly sequence:

Day 1:

Real-time presentations on the presented materials. Presentations will be followed by Q&A sessions. Presentations will be recorded and made available to those who could not join the real-time presentations. Distribution of weekly assignments.

Day 2:

Online tutoring for volunteers.

Day 3:

Self-paced work.

Day 3 (of last week):

Final test  

 


5 CER credits will be awarded to those participants who have submitted the training assignment and have successfully passed the final test. For more information on the ERRA Certified Energy Regulator Programme please refer to: https://erranet.org/trainings/cer/