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This exceptionally produced trainee guide features a highly illustrated design, technical hints and tips from industry experts, review questions and a whole lot more! Key content includes: Introduction to Wind Energy, Introduction to Wind Turbine Safety, Climbing Wind Towers, Introduction to Electrical Circuits, Electrical Theory, Electrical Test Equipment, and Electrical Wiring.
Table of contents
(Total Level Hours: Volume 1: 197.5 Hours (includes 100 hours of Power Industry Fundamentals which is a prerequisite for Level 1completion and must be purchased separately.)
58101-11 Introduction to Wind Energy (15 Hours)
Introduces the fundamentals of generating electrical power from wind energy. A brief history of wind energy is included as
well as wind science, the interception of wind energy through a rotor, and an identification of major wind turbine generator
58102-11 Introduction to Wind Turbine Safety (12.5 Hours)
Introduces trainees to the unique safety concerns of working inside the wind turbine and in the wind farm environment.
Expands on earlier safety training and provides coverage of electrical arc flash safety.
58103-11 Climbing Wind Towers (40 Hours)
Covers all aspects of climbing wind turbine lattice towers and tubular towers. Includes coverage of proper climbing
equipment and equipment inspection, environmental hazards, proper climbing techniques, and common wind turbine safe
26103-11 Introduction to Electrical Circuits (7.5 Hours; from Electrical Level One)
Offers a general introduction to the electrical concepts used in Ohm’s law applied to DC series circuits. Includes atomic theory,
electromotive force, resistance, and electric power equations.
26104-11 Electrical Theory (7.5 Hours; from Electrical Level One)
Introduces series, parallel, and series-parallel circuits. Covers resistive circuits, Kirchhoff’s voltage and current laws, and
26112-11 Electrical Test Equipment (5 Hours; from Electrical Level One)
Focuses on proper selection, inspection, and use of common electrical test equipment, including voltage testers, clamp-on
ammeters, ohmmeters, multimeters, phase/motor rotation testers, and data recording equipment. Also covers safety
precautions and meter category ratings.
58104-11 Electrical Wiring (10 Hours)
Provides coverage of the proper types and applications of conductors as well as their installation techniques. Also
describes the technique and components used for terminating and splicing conductors.
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