Electrical Engineering Concepts for Non-Electrical Engineers (WEBINAR)

Course Number: E-7005WN
Credit: 7 CPD Hours*
* In all references to PDH: 1 PDH = 1 CPD Hour
Subject Matter Expert: Bobby Rauf, P.E., C.E.M., M.B.A.
Type: Live Interactive Webinar
Scheduled: This webinar will be scheduled again soon. Receive an email when it is scheduled by using the "Notify Me" link
Price: AUD $525.00
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In Electrical Engineering Concepts for Non-Electrical Engineers, you'll learn ...

  • Fundamental principles of electricity
  • Important safety codes and standards for working with electrical equipment
  • How to read electrical drawings and documentation
  • How to interpret electrical power bills and reduce energy costs

Overview

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In this discussion-based webinar, participants will learn basic principles of electricity in a simple, easy to understand format, which makes this an ideal webinar for engineers, technicians, and facilities managers who are not intimately familiar with electrical engineering principles and practices.

We will begin with a review of some fundamental concepts in electricity, and you will learn how to perform standard calculations associated with voltage, current, impedance, etc. The presentation includes charts and tables that will assist you in your calculations. We will also discuss power and power factor in some detail. We will examine power distribution systems and some of the electrical equipment and instrumentation used in industrial settings. Then we will look at relevant articles of the National Electric Code (NEC) regarding safety standards for working with electrical equipment, components, devices, and test instrumentation. Finally, we will conclude the webinar with a discussion of electrical power bills and rate schedules, and you will learn tips for reducing utility rates and energy costs.

 

Specific Knowledge or Skill Obtained

This course teaches the following specific knowledge and skills:

  • Fundamental principles of electricity (AC/DC)
  • Electrical code and safety standards organizations
  • Power factor correction
  • Electrical equipment and instrumentation
  • Industrial safety and safety systems
  • Electrical drawings and documentation
  • Electrical power bills, rate schedules, and cost reduction ideas

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CPD Hours

Our webinars are recognised for Continuing Professional Development (CPD) by the following institutions: Engineers Australia (EA) in accordance with EA CPD Policy dated 19 February 2009; The Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) in accordance with ICE 3006A; The Institution of Professional Engineers New Zealand (IPENZ) in accordance with IPENZ CPD Good Practice Gudelines dated November 2007. For other institutions, it is recommended you check the requirements from your specific registration board. Following successful completion of the webinar, we recommend that you print off the EngineeringCPD.com certificate for your records. This may need to be produced for audit purposes. A copy of the certificate will be maintained by EngineeringCPD.com and can be found within your "My Account" area.

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