Power Transformer Tap Changers- Design, Maintenance & Retrofit
Following the success* of our first Advanced CPD course HV Bushings , we are pleased to announce the second Advanced CPD Course:
Power Transformer Tap Changers - Design, Maintenance and Retrofit, 27-28th June 2018
Venue: University of Queensland St Lucia Campus Brisbane Australia
*Success of the first advanced CPD Course, HV Bushings 12-13 Feb. 2018:
- What the delegates said:
Snowy Hydro Ltd “Provided excellent quality information.” “ Direct applicability for utility use”
Energy Queensland “Well organised, relevant to the topic, excellent speakers.” “relevant to my job”
Stanwell Corporation Ltd “Very good information on design/maintenance practices”, “Great course, high quality.”
“ Industry experts know the language and make it easy to understand”,” I will attend future courses organised by TIC”
SA Power Networks “Significant learnings.” “ Good to hear solutions /problems from other companies”
- 18 delegates from across generators, transmission and distribution, manufacturers, suppliers, test and service organisations, universities.
- 100% Delegates rated the course good/excellent.
- 100% Delegates would recommend this course to others.
Member Attendees ……………. $1300 pp.
Member Attendees: …………… $1500 pp.
NON TIC MEMBERS
One attendee … ……………….$1650pp.
Three or more Attendees (10% DISCOUNT)
All prices are inclusive of GST.
Registrations close 15th June 2018 or earlier, if all places are filled.
There has been a lot of interest shown for this course and we are happy to reserve places for your company, whilst your approvals are in process.
The aim of this course is to provide practical information, which can be applied to reduce the whole of life costings of your transformer fleet.
There is a great line up of nine industry and academic speakers with a wealth of knowledge to share.
During the course, there will be forums/group discussions where one can learn what other companies are doing in managing the life cycle of tap changers.
Participants are encouraged to contribute to these discussions, or raise questions about the issues they face.
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