Power System Engineering
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Power System Engineering

Power system engineering - a subfield of electrical engineering - involves generating, distributing, transmitting, and utilising power. Generally, power engineers are required to deal with electrical instruments, such as transformers, electric generators, motors, and AC & DC power. Mainly, power engineers work on systems that may or may not connect to a grid. One of the main skills recruiters demands in a power engineer is the problem-solving approach because their job responsibility requires tackling multiple challenges during the performance of duties. Also, as one can evidently experience technological evolution in every field, power engineers are indeed expected to have an adaptable attitude.

  • Creative problem-solving skills
  • Effective communication skills
  • Leadership and critical thinking skills
  • Learning and flexible approach/attitude
  • Strong numerical or mathematical skills

The requirement of power engineers is currently in high demand because almost every business or industry needs someone to effectively manage power engineering related concerns. A power engineer is responsible for maintaining, operating, and managing industrial plants using several types of equipment, such as refrigeration units and boilers. A power engineer can work in various industries like metallurgical industries, electric power generation, gas processing industries, and paper manufacturing industries.

Can I just enroll in a single course?

No, you can get yourself enrolled in multiple courses at one time.

What is the refund policy?

We do not offer any refund once your registration is completed.

What background knowledge is necessary?

We have certain prerequisites for each course that one should possess to get enrolled for the specific course.

Do I need to take the courses in a specific order?

Not necessarily, we offer flexible learning.

Power System Engineering

Power engineers typically lay the foundation of our lives with new innovation and technological advancement. Observingly, many new projects will generate over the next few years in this industry. However, the opportunities in this field will not stay centred to only the private sector but also extends to the government sector, raising a plethora of job opportunities for the aspirants. Our certified course in power engineering will give you an added advantage because its curriculum covers every aspect of the power engineering field.

1 Power System Analysis
2 Advanced Power System Protection
3 Power System Dynamics
4 Advanced Power System Optimization
5 Power System Lab-1
6 Linear Systems Theory
7 Digital Communications
8 Power Quality
9 Power Electronic Converters for Renewable
10 Planning and Operation of a Smart Grid
11 High Voltage DC Transmission
12 Flexible AC Transmission System
13 Power System operation and control
14 Dynamic Modelling And Control of Sustainable Energy Systems
15 Forecasting Techniques for Power System
16 Restructured Power System
17 Distribution System Operation and Planning
18 Selected Topics in Power System
19 Power System Transient
20 Power System Reliability

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    The chances of certification courses being so informative and educational is rare. I am glad to have taken a chance with Masters Week. It was truly an exceptional learning experience.

  • 1 day ago

    The Power system engineering certification course helped me increase my knowledge about all the related topics. The best part was the lectures being taken by industry experts. It even helped me find a suitable job that worked best for me.

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