Learn from the experts: IET's high voltage engineering and testing course returns

High Voltage Engineering and Testing is a three day intensive course all about the fundamentals, principles and practices of high voltage engineering.

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Jul 14, 2017
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9 –11 October 2017 | Manchester Conference Centre

Now in its 22nd year, the IET course on high voltage engineering and testing (HVET) is the only training course of its kind designed to provide information and insightful presentations into the methods, techniques and technologies within the high voltage testing and transmission engineering industry.

From the basics of high voltage power systems, to more advanced methodology and practice, this course covers individual components and fundamental aspects of high voltage testing techniques both in the classroom and in an active high voltage testing lab.

The IET HVET course prides itself on delivering essential engineering intelligence.

Featured speakers

  • Prof. Ian Cotton, head of power and energy division, School of Electrical Engineering, University of Manchester, UK
  • Alex Neumann, asset and business development manager, HV Electrical, Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult, UK
  • Dr. Fahd Hashiesh, head of power consulting, ABB, UK
  • Andrew Barclay, principal engineer, Kinectrics International Europe, UK
  • HansErik Keizer, head of section, High-Voltage Laboratory, KEMA Laboratories Arnhem, DNV GL – Energy, The Netherlands
  • Jon Knapper, managing director, Allied Insulators Group Ltd, UK
  • Raj Pal, senior transformer design engineer, GE Grid Solutions Ltd, UK
  • Carl Johnstone, lead condition monitoring engineer, National Grid, UK

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Who should attend?

  • Electrical engineers
  • Design engineers
  • Project engineers
  • Project managers
  • Engineering manager
  • Power system engineers
  • Asset management specialists

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