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1101 - Grid Dynamics - Control Performance Compliance
1102 - Emer Ops NERC & Regional Coordinating Authority: Eastern Interconnection
1102 - Emer Ops NERC & Regional Coordinating Authority : Western Interconnection
1103 - Grid Dynamics High Voltage, Transmission, Safety, & Power System Ops 
1104 - Grid Dynamics - Synchronizing Islands
1105 - Grid Dynamics - Undervoltage and Underfrequency
1106 - Grid Dynamics - Voltage Control 
2101 - Elements of System Protection  
2102 - Types of Protective Relays  
2103 - Monitoring System Conditions  
2104 - Fault Characteristics  
2105 - Generator Protection  
2106 - Transformer Protection  
2107 - Bus Protection  
2108 - Motor Protection  
2109 - Line Protection  
2110 - Pilot Protection  
2111 - Protection for System Stability  
2112- Testing and Commissioning of Protective Schemes  
2113 - Power Line Carriers  
2114 - Fault Investigation and Analysis  
2115 - Introduction to Static Relaying  
2116 - Coordination of Protection Devices  
2117 - Power Supply for Protection & Control Systems  
2118 - Energy Centre Operations  
2119 - Telecommunications Protection I - HVSP Devices  
2120 -  Telecommunications Protection II - Installation and Configuration  
2121 - Supervisory Control System (SCADA)  
2122 - Inadvertent Trips - Cause and Prevention  
2123 - Fault Calculations and Relay Settings  
2124 - Testing Techniques  
2125 - Programmable Logic Controllers  
7101   Electrical Fundamentals, Basic Electricity 
7102   Electrical Fundamentals, Properties of AC Circuits
7103   Electrical Fundamentals, Power and Power Factor
7104: Electrical Fundamentals, Three Phase Systems
7501 - Review of Fundamentals  
7502 - Power Transmission  
7503 - System Voltage Control  
7504 - System Frequency and Tie-Line Control  
7505 - Power Dispatching  
7506 - System Security  
7507 - Operating Under Abnormal Conditions  
7508 - System Restoration  
7509 - Monitoring and Control Communications  
7510 - Transmission System Protection  
7511 - The Effect of Deregulation on Operations  
7512 - Power Dispatch Under Deregulation  
7513 - Transmission Control  
7514 - Controlling to NERC Standards: Interconnection Operations
7516 – Controlling to NERC Standards: Generation Control & Performance
7517 - Controlling to NERC Standards: Aspects of System Operations
7518 - Controlling to NERC Standards: System Transactions & Coordination 
7519_Transmission Restoration 
7520_ Bulk Electric System Restoration  
7521  Protective Relays for System Operators
7701 Plant Maintenance for Operations: Maintenance Management 
7702 Plant Maintenance for Operations: On-Line Condition Monitoring 
7703 Plant Maintenance for Operations: Vibration Monitoring and Analysis 
7704 Plant Maintenance for Operations: Non-Destructive Examination Techniques 
7705 Condition Monitoring - Electrical Testing I & II 
7706 Liquid Analysis  
9102 Applying NERC Standards Part II 
9103 Applying NERC Standards Part III 
9104 Applying NERC Standards Part IV 
9200 Blackout 2003: A Lesson in Emergency Preparedness 
9300 NERC Reliability Standards Compliance Awareness 
9400 NERC Standard PER-005 System Personnel Training 
9600 NERC CIP Overview Training 
9901 System Operations Review Part 1 
9902 System Operations Review Part 2 
9903 System Operations Review Part 3  

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Power Transmission & NERC Training
There are 3 major components to the Power Industry Course Collection. They are Power Distribution, Power Generation and Power Transmission.  This site covers  the classes associated with Power Transmission.
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Sample Course Descriptions

This L&K training module is outstanding in scope and content - regarding interconnected system operation. This is an excellent foundation for a beginner understanding of interconnected system operations. This module is also an excellent review for more experienced system operations personnel. This content includes the basics of interconnected system operations, introductions to key NERC Standards, a guide in understanding automatic generation control (AGC), interchange transactions, time error correction, system reliability, system monitoring, and basics of control performance measurement.

This L&K training module firmly grasps the control and performance requirements of a Balancing Authority Area. This is a great review for experienced system operators as well as for new operators in a generation, transmission, or balancing authority role. The subjects center upon the newest NERC Standards, details of ACE, control performance criteria, contingency reserve, the effects of frequency excursions, system monitoring, and disturbance control requirement.

This L&K training module provides excellent coverage of operating reliability limits and voltage control. This would be a cornerstone of training for a newcomer to operations as well as a good review for the more experienced individual. The subjects covered include operating limits, monitoring system conditions, power transfer and stability, reactive and voltage control, aspects of system operation, and emergency operations. The exams and problems associated with this module are great for all those associated with power transfer and reliability. It also provides a great deal of navigation through the associated Standards as opposed to that same information that previously resided in NERC Policies.

Electric power transmission
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

United States power transmission grid consists of 300,000 km of lines operated by 500 companies.Electric power transmission is the bulk transfer of electrical power (or more correctly energy), a process in the delivery of electricity to consumers. A power transmission network typically connects power plants to multiple substations near a populated area. The wiring from substations to customers is referred to as Electricity distribution, following the historic business model separating the wholesale electricity transmission business from distributors who deliver the electricity to the homes.[1] Electric power transmission allows distant energy sources (such as hydroelectric power plants) to be connected to consumers in population centers, and may allow exploitation of low-grade fuel resources such as coal that would otherwise be too costly to transport to generating facilities.

Usually transmission lines use three phase alternating current (AC). Single phase AC current is sometimes used in a railway electrification system. High-voltage direct current systems are used for long distance transmission, or some undersea cables, or for connecting two different ac networks.

Electricity is transmitted at high voltages (110 kV or above) to reduce the energy lost in transmission. Power is usually transmitted as alternating current through overhead power lines. Underground power transmission is used only in densely populated areas because of its higher cost of installation and maintenance when compared with overhead wires,and the difficulty of voltage control on long cables.

A power transmission network is referred to as a "grid". Multiple redundant lines between points on the network are provided so that power can be routed from any power plant to any load center, through a variety of routes, based on the economics of the transmission path and the cost of power. Much analysis is done by transmission companies to determine the maximum reliable capacity of each line, which, due to system stability considerations, may be less than the physical or thermal limit of the line. Deregulation of electricity companies in many countries has led to renewed interest in reliable economic design of transmission networks. However, in some places the gaming of a deregulated energy system has led to disaster, such as that which occurred during the California electricity crisis of 2000 and 2001.[2]
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