Training course Switching in Power Distribution and Transmission Systems - Dubai

Three-day training course covering the application of power circuit breakers for medium and high voltage to meet (future) electrical requirements for power systems

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Irene Heunks Irene Heunks
Manager Energy Academy

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Understanding how breakers operate as they perform their switching duties in medium and high-voltage networks. Application of power circuit breakers to meet power system requirements, not only in fault situations but also during normal operation. How the breaker deals with network transients and how it generates transients itself.

This three-day training course deals with switching and switching devices in medium and high-voltage power systems mainly from the electrical perspective. The participants will receive the full-color DNV GL book "High Voltage Circuit Breakers" (ed. 2011) and a CD or USB-stick including copies of all the training material (presentation slides) and reference documents. 

This training course will be given in English. For more information and registration, please refer to the brochure and registration form.

This course will be run from 23-25 June 2014 in Arnhem (the Netherlands) as well. For more information please click here.

Upon request, Energy Academy can also provide an in-house training course in the English or Dutch language (content, location and duration of the course can be adapted to the client's wishes). Please contact us for more information.


  • Overview of all relevant aspects related to circuit breaking
  • Making - switching in, short-circuit currents
  • Breaking - switching off, de-energization
  • Technology of breakers
  • Circuit breaker standards
  • Testing & certification
  • Operational aspects
  • Future developments

Target Audience:

Electrical engineers and managers involved in the specification and application of power circuit breakers. The participants must have, at least, a Bachelor of Engineering degree.