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TABLE OF CONTENTS
ELECTRICAL

Control Systems for Electrical and Mechanical Engineers NEW 4

Electrical Design for Industrial, Commercial and Institutional Facilities 5

Electrical Engineering for Non-Electrical Engineers 6

Lightning Protection and Transient Overvoltage NEW 7

Modern Power System Protective Relaying 8

Wind Farm Development, Design, Operation and Maintenance 9

GENERAL

Fundamentals of Leading and Managing Engineers and Technical Staff 10

Successful Construction Project Administration – From Start to Completion 11

MECHANICAL

Advanced Power Generation Gas Turbines, Co-generation 12


and Combined Cycle Plants

Codes and Standards of HVAC Equipment and Systems NEW 13

Pumps and Pipe Systems – Features and Technology NEW 14

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Control Systems for Electrical and
Mechanical Engineers NEW
Nov 15-16, 2017 // Mississauga, ON
Other locations are available, please visit our website for details. CEUs 1.4 // PDHs 14

AFTER PARTICIPATING IN THE


COURSE, YOU WILL BE ABLE TO:
• Apply control laws in the automation field
• Assess the performance of the various control
systems components equipment
• Solve basic control loops
• Employ your skills in the design, utilization and troubleshooting
of equipment
DESCRIPTION:
Electrical and mechanical engineers need a basic understanding of controls systems
and automation. This course provides the fundamentals without delving into
complicated mathematical formulas. The course covers the basics of the underlying
principles for designing, commissioning and troubleshooting control systems.
Lectures will be followed by simple hands-on exercises and problem-solving sessions.
COURSE OUTLINE:
• The fundamentals of control systems • Distributed verses centralized
• Components of control systems control methods
• Construction & programming • Measuring & testing design
requirements of PLCs • Industrial automation
• GUI design
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Engineers • Project Engineers • Technicians & Supervisors involved in the Design,
Maintenance & Testing of Control Systems & Industrial Automation • System
Integrators of OEM Equipment • Staff whose responsibilities include Commissioning
& Troubleshooting of Control Systems • Project Managers & Others who would like to
know more about Control Systems & Automation
INSTRUCTOR:
Corina Rosenberg, P.Eng.
Corina is System Engineering Manager with Curtiss Wright. She has over 20 years of
experience in system engineering and control systems.

SAVE $100 WITH EARLY REGISTRATION: $1395 // Fee After Oct 13: $1495
Course Code: 08-1107-2345

4 // For more details on this course, go to epictraining.ca/08-1107-2345


Electrical Design for Industrial, Commercial and
Institutional Facilities
Dec 11-14, 2017 // Mississauga, ON CEUs 2.8 // PDHs 28

AFTER PARTICIPATING IN THE


COURSE, YOU WILL BE ABLE TO:
• Apply electrical design concepts in
work situations
• Design electrical systems in compliance with the
Canadian Electrical Code
• Determine load characteristics and demand factors of
your system
• Analyze fault currents in AC systems and in distribution equipment
• Increase the efficiency of your substation
DESCRIPTION:
This course focuses on basic electrical design concepts & provides an understanding
of the methods used to design low voltage power distribution systems. A practical
approach is taken to discussing low & high voltage electrical circuits, equipment, &
systems used in facilities. The course emphasizes the Canadian Electrical Code while
teaching the fundamentals of electrical generation, transmission & distribution, design
philosophy & procedures, construction materials, services, grounding, & power quality.
The course will prepare you to review electrical systems for compliance with the
Canadian Electrical Code. No electrical design experience is required. All topics begin
at the fundamentals level.
COURSE OUTLINE:
• Review of basic electrical concepts • Voltage levels & control
• Electrical power generation, • Protection & coordination
transmission & distribution • Protective relaying
• Grounding & bonding • Case study
• Power sources & distribution systems • Step by step designs process for
• Standards, recommended practices, the typical small industrial/
guides & codes commercial facility
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Electrical Engineers & Supervisors Technologists • Technicians involved in Electrical
Systems in Industrial Applications & Commercial & Institutional Buildings & Facilities
Plant, Project, & Facility Engineers • Electrical Contractors & Sales Engineers
INSTRUCTOR:
Ajit Bapat, P.Eng., M.Eng., MBA, is well known in the electrical distribution field for his
40 years of expertise in the art and science of ground fault protection.

SAVE $150 WITH EARLY REGISTRATION: $2545 // Fee After Nov 10: $2695
Course Code: 08-1202-2345

For more details on this course, go to epictraining.ca/08-1202-2345 // 5


Electrical Engineering for
Non-Electrical Engineers
Nov 28-30, 2017 // Ottawa, ON
Other locations are available, please visit our website for details. CEUs 2.1 // PDHs 21

AFTER PARTICIPATING IN THE


COURSE, YOU WILL BE ABLE TO:
• Understand and apply electrical code
requirements
• Design electrical systems in compliance with the code
• Broaden your knowledge of electrical equipment, wire and
cable applications
• Relate electrical code to grounding and bonding requirements
• Determine the code requirements for motor applications, substations,
and high voltage lines
DESCRIPTION:
This course focuses on basic electrical design concepts that will meet the demands
of industrial and commercial design, construction, and maintenance. In addition
to familiarizing participants with basic electrical circuits and circuit parameters, the
course provides a general understanding of the methods used to design low voltage
power distribution systems (600 volts or less). The course will emphasize the Canadian
Electrical Code while introducing the basics of electrical generation, transmission
and distribution, design philosophy and procedures, construction materials, services,
grounding, and power quality.
COURSE OUTLINE:
• Electric power & circuit fundamentals • Fault calculation & protection system
• Power quality • Standards & codes
• Major electrical equipment • Design procedures
• Electrical power generation • Motor branch circuit design
• Load characteristics & conductor sizing • Feeder circuit design
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Non-Electrical Engineers • Project Engineers • Operations & Maintenance Engineers
Managers • Construction Personnel • Plant & Facility Engineers • Inspectors &
Municipal Personnel • Electrical Contractors
INSTRUCTOR:
Ajit Bapat, P.Eng., M.Eng., MBA, is well known in the electrical distribution field for his
40 years of expertise in the art and science of ground fault protection.

SAVE $100 WITH EARLY REGISTRATION: $1895 // Fee After Oct 27: $1995
Course Code: 08-1130-2345

6 // For more details on this course, go to epictraining.ca/08-1130-2345


Lightning Protection and Transient Overvoltage
NEW
Oct 18-19, 2017 // Mississauga, ON
Other locations are available, please visit our website for details. CEUs 1.4 // PDHs 14

AFTER PARTICIPATING IN THE


COURSE, YOU WILL BE ABLE TO:
• Gain familiarity with the management and
design of lightning protection for transmission and
distribution lines, high voltage power substations, and
industrial applications
• Select an efficient lightning protection design system in order
to avoid the main cause of transmission and distribution line
outages affecting reliability of power supply and economic losses
• Provide cost-effective solutions to reduce lightning overvoltage in power systems
• Apply the principles of lightning protection and transient overvoltage to other
industries, such as industrial, chemical, renewable energy, nuclear, and oil and gas
DESCRIPTION:
The course explains the fundamental principles of lightning protection and gives step
by step instructions to manage lightning protection for transmission and distribution
lines, high voltage substations, and industrial applications. It is designed to provide a
background in lightning protection for those people responsible for the reliability of
power distribution and transmission systems as well as substations. Great emphasis is
placed on assisting attendees with an understanding of the key principles and concepts
regarding lightning protection of power systems. The effects of routing, structure type,
insulation, shielding, and grounding on transmission lines will be discussed.
COURSE OUTLINE:
• Lightning stroke phenomena • Lightning protection risk assessment
• Empirical design methods • Fundamentals of grounding
• The electrogeometric model (EGM) for lightning protection
• Lightning protection of substations, • Sample calculation – application
transmission lines, & industrial design procedure
applications • Transient overvoltage
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Engineers • Technicians & Technologists • Construction personnel • Project Managers
Plant Managers • Operating & Maintenance Personnel • Commissioning & Testing
Engineers • Electrical Contractors
INSTRUCTOR: Rogerio Verdolin, M.Sc., Ph.D., P.Eng., SMIEEE
Dr. Verdolin has more than 39 years of experience in high voltage power system
engineering applied to the fields of utility, industrial, manufacturing, academic, and
research. He is currently a consultant engineer with Verdolin Solutions.
SAVE $100 WITH EARLY REGISTRATION: $1395 // Fee After Sept 15: $1495
Course Code: 08-1010-2345

For more details on this course, go to epictraining.ca/08-1010-2345 // 7


Modern Power System Protective Relaying

Oct 23-25, 2017 // Mississauga, ON CEUs 2.1 // PDHs 21

AFTER PARTICIPATING IN THE


COURSE, YOU WILL BE ABLE TO:
• Use your knowledge of protection techniques
• Further your understanding of protective devices
• Determine your own relay settings
• Apply your awareness of recommended practices in
protection schemes
• Understand problems generally faced and solutions
DESCRIPTION:
Protection of low, medium & high voltage power systems requires an understanding
of system faults & their detection, as well as their safe disconnection from the power
system. This course presents a comprehensive & systematic description of the
concepts & principles of operation & application of protection schemes for various
power system elements such as feeders, transformers, motors, buses & generators.
This course deals with protection systems from a practical perspective & includes
important functional aspects such as testing & coordination of protection systems.
It is specially designed for industries & utilities which depend on proper system
protection for operational efficiency & minimizing damage to equipment.
COURSE OUTLINE:
• Power system faults • Motor protection
• Components of power system • Bus differential protection
protection schemes • Transformer protection
• Current transformers & voltage • Generator protection
transformers • Cogeneration & non-utility generation
• Feeder overcurrent protection (NUG) protection
• Coordination of electrical • Transmission line protection
protection systems • Capacitor protection
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Engineers • Technicians & Technologists in the Industrial, Consulting & Utility fields
Those involved in Design, Regulatory Inspection, Operation & Maintenance
INSTRUCTOR:
Mike Southwood, B.Sc., P.Eng.
Mike has more than 35 years of experience in the field of power system protective
relaying with the Central Electricity Generating Board in England and Ontario Hydro
and is currently chief electrical engineer with Eastern Power Ltd.

SAVE $100 WITH EARLY REGISTRATION: $1895 // Fee After Sept 22: $1995
Course Code: 08-1016-2345

8 // For more details on this course, go to epictraining.ca/08-1016-2345


Wind Farm Development, Design,
Operation and Maintenance
Nov 6-8, 2017 // Mississauga, ON
Other locations are available, please visit our website for details. CEUs 1.7 // PDHs 17

AFTER PARTICIPATING IN THE


COURSE, YOU WILL BE ABLE TO:
• Identify the necessary steps for developing a
wind farm
• Conduct an economic feasibility analysis
• Produce a cost estimate for your wind power plant
• Increase the efficiency of operating and maintaining your
power plant
• Evaluate the impact of your plant-generated power on the utility’s
power quality
DESCRIPTION:
Considering the environmental concerns & economics of energy, the international
use of wind energy has grown at an average rate of 30% over the past years. Canada
has tremendous wind energy resources that can be utilized to generate electric
power. Presently we have just scratched the surface of Canada’s massive wind energy
potential. Observing the remarkable growth of the wind industry in the United States
& other countries, it is predicted that the growth in Canada will not lag behind. This
seminar deals with all aspects of wind power generation including resource assessment,
selection of technology, design of the power generation system, turbine installation,
financing, system operation & controls, and preventive maintenance.
COURSE OUTLINE:
• Wind resource assessment • Wind forecasting & project assessment
• Fundamentals & turbine types • Wind farm design
• Electricity & electric generators • Power purchase agreements,
• Wind turbine characteristics transmission access & interconnection
& turbine selection • Environmental effects & concerns
• Financial considerations • Wind farm operations & maintenance
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Wind Farm Project Developers • Planners & Power Producers • Utilities Personnel
involved in Wind Farm Operations • Consulting Engineers • Energy Consultants
Constructors • Wind Farm Equipment & Component Vendors • Environmental,
Regulatory, Legal & Iinsurance Personnel • Operators & Maintenance Staff of
existing plants
INSTRUCTOR: Ahmad Hemami, Ph.D.
Ahmad is a PhD engineer and an adjunct professor at McGill University (Montreal,
Canada). He has several years of industrial, academic and research experience.

SAVE $100 WITH EARLY REGISTRATION: $1895 // Fee After Oct 6: $1995
Course Code: 08-1103-2345

For more details on this course, go to epictraining.ca/08-1103-2345 // 9


Fundamentals of Leading and Managing
Engineers and Technical Staff
Nov 29-30, 2017 // Ottawa, ON
Other locations are available, please visit our website for details. CEUs 1.4 // PDHs 14

AFTER PARTICIPATING IN THE


COURSE, YOU WILL BE ABLE TO:
• Understand your role and responsibilities as a
leader and how to establish the trust of your staff
• Identify and demonstrate effective leadership
behaviours and practices to engage and motivate your
team towards a common goal
• Communicate a vision and identify what you require from your
team for effective day-to-day communication and progress
• Provide and receive useful and helpful feedback to enhance performance and
understanding the challenges the team may face
DESCRIPTION:
If you have recently been promoted to a supervisory or management position or
want to learn how to become an effective leader as well as manager, this course will
help you master the basics of business by learning the language of leadership and
management. You will learn how to make a successful transition from employee to
manager and to confidently take on the mantle of leadership and mentorship. You
will learn the skills required to delegate responsibility and engage your employees on
multiple levels. A large part of a manager’s job involves getting things done through
other people, and this course will help you understand how to influence and direct
other people’s performance as well as the ability to mentor them. Finally, you will learn
how to get the most out of your team, build trust and resolve conflicts. In addition, you
will discover an insight in your own ability to lead your team to accomplish the mission.
COURSE OUTLINE:
• Leadership & management • Effective communication skills
• How are technical people different? • Facilitating innovation & creativity
• Management styles • Conflict resolution
• Motivating your team • Employee performance reviews
• Setting goals vs. creating a vision • Employee terminations
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Managers & Supervisors • Project Managers • Business Owners • Directors & VPs
INSTRUCTOR:
Gabriel Chartier, MMM, MSM, CD, MA
Gabriel has 38 years of leadership and management experience as a Royal Canadian
Air Force Officer.

SAVE $100 WITH EARLY REGISTRATION: $1395 // Fee After Oct 27: $1495
Course Code: 08-1108-2345

10 // For more details on this course, go to epictraining.ca/08-1108-2345


Successful Construction Project Administration –
From Start to Completion
Oct 11-13, 2017 // Mississauga, ON CEUs 2.1 // PDHs 21

AFTER PARTICIPATING IN THE


COURSE, YOU WILL BE ABLE TO:
• Understand the contracting process, risk
allocations and project delivery systems
• Perform project schedule/time analysis, critical paths,
floats/resource allocation and time-cost relationships
• Identify dispute causes to avoid claims
• Design and implement an effective dispute management system
• Effectively conduct the process of substantial completion and project
hand-over
DESCRIPTION:
Most organizations cannot afford the personnel time to apprentice a field
administrator-in-training. As a result, many field representatives are sent out to
a project unprepared to deal with the specific responsibilities associated with
comprehensive field administration. This practical three-day seminar will fill that gap
and focus on the technical and personal responsibilities involved in the observation,
supervision, and coordination of on-site construction. This seminar will increase your
knowledge of construction practices and control techniques and develop your skills
in contract administration and decision-making by studying potential risks before the
start of a project.
COURSE OUTLINE:
• Contracting process & risk • Effective project monitoring
management • Changes, disputes, claims & prevention
• Project delivery systems & organization • Delays & acceleration
• Construction phase • Substantial completion &
• Project documentation & project hand-over
control systems • Workshops
• Scheduling & tracking work progress
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Project Managers • Contract Managers & Coordinators • Field Engineers • Construction
Managers & Personnel • Contractors • Construction Inspectors • Designers
INSTRUCTOR:
Sami Fereig, P.Eng., Ph.D., M.A.Sc., LL.M., F.ASCE, F.PMI-COS, has over 47 years of
experience in civil engineering, construction contract management, and dispute and
claim resolution. He is actively involved in delivering workshops for the public sector
and private sector across Canada.
SAVE $100 WITH EARLY REGISTRATION: $1895 // Fee After Sept 8: $1995
Course Code: 08-1007-2345

For more details on this course, go to epictraining.ca/08-1007-2345 // 11


Advanced Power Generation Gas Turbines,
Co-generation and Combined Cycle Plants
Oct 26-27, 2017 // Mississauga, ON
Other locations are available, please visit our website for details. CEUs 1.4 // PDHs 14

AFTER PARTICIPATING IN THE


COURSE, YOU WILL BE ABLE TO:
• Realize the cost of commercial power generation
• Understand fundamentals and facts of power
generation in heat engines and their efficiency
• Gain knowledge about typical gas turbine and steam
turbines and their energy cycles
• Understand cogeneration and combined cycle plants and their
difference
• Benefit from the result of cogeneration and combined plants
DESCRIPTION:
This two-day course covers the subjects of co-generation and combined cycle plants
in detail and with emphasis on the rationale, economical benefits and the impact on
environment. The fundamentals of how a gas turbine and a steam turbine work are
explained. Then how, by the nature of their operational properties, we can benefit
from combining their cycles is discussed. Some necessary principles of electric power
are included for completeness.
COURSE OUTLINE:
• Electric power generation • Gas turbine
• Heat engines & efficiency • Co-generation
• Carnot & Rankine cycles • Combined cycles
• Steam turbine • Electric systems
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Those involved in Power Generation: Design Engineers • Facility Engineers
Engineering Consultants • Managers working in Utility Companies • Power Generation
Operators • Utility Companies Technical Personnel
INSTRUCTOR:
Ahmad Hemami, Ph.D.
Ahmad Hemami is a PhD engineer and an adjunct professor at McGill University
(Montreal, Canada). He has several years of industrial, academic and research
experience.

SAVE $100 WITH EARLY REGISTRATION: $1395 // Fee After Sept 22: $1495
Course Code: 08-1014-2345

12 // For more details on this course, go to epictraining.ca/08-1014-2345


Codes and Standards of HVAC Equipment
and Systems NEW
Oct 31-Nov 3, 2017 // Mississauga, ON
Other locations are available, please visit our website for details. CEUs 2.8 // PDHs 28

AFTER PARTICIPATING IN THE COURSE, YOU WILL BE ABLE TO:


• Identify & understand recent changes introduced in the codes/standards & their
implications on the design & operation of HVAC equipment & systems
• Plan & design HVAC equipment & systems in compliance with applicable codes
& standards
• Identify & select procedures for efficient operation of various HVAC equipment
& systems
• Understand which compliance option is most suitable for a given circumstance
• Identify regulations which pertain to your own specific situation
• Gain insight into how to modify/adjust current systems in order to comply
DESCRIPTION:
Proper design & operation of HVAC Equipment & Systems not only requires a
thorough understanding of relevant codes & standards, but also it requires one to
stay up-to date with all frequent changes introduced in these codes & standards. This
course enables participants to be knowledgeable with HVAC systems with respect to
requirements of Part 5 (Environmental Separation) & Part 6 (Heating, Ventilation & Air
Conditioning) of the Provincial Building Code. The course also covers information
on applicable standards such as ASHRAE standards 55, 62.1, & 90.1. Case studies
& workshops will be used to explore the prescriptive compliance options & the
performance compliance options available in these codes/standards.
COURSE OUTLINE:
• Introduction – psychrometric • ASHRAE Standard 55: thermal
representation & analysis of commonly environmental conditions for
used HVAC cycles human occupancy
• Overview of various HVAC systems • ASHRAE Standard 62.1: ventilation for
• Building Code sections pertain acceptable indoor air quality
to HVAC systems • ASHRAE Standard 90.1: energy standard
• Codes & standards applicable for for buildings except low-rise residential
design & operation of HVAC systems buildings
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Builders, Designers, HVAC Contractors & Building Inspectors • Design & Project
Engineers & Technologists • Plant & Facility Engineers • Consultants • Mechanical
Engineers & Technologists • Maintenance & Operation Personnel
INSTRUCTOR: Dr. Mohamed S. Hamed, Ph.D., P.Eng., is a Full Professor at the
Department of Mechanical Engineering and the founding director of the Thermal
Processing Laboratory (TPL) at McMaster University.
SAVE $250 WITH EARLY REGISTRATION: $2745 // Fee After Sept 29: $2995
Course Code: 08-1024-2345

For more details on this course, go to epictraining.ca/08-1024-2345 // 13


Pumps and Pipe Systems –
Features and Technology NEW
Oct 11-13, 2017 // Mississauga, ON CEUs 2.1 // PDHs 21

AFTER PARTICIPATING IN THE


COURSE, YOU WILL BE ABLE TO:
• Gain an awareness of the performance
characteristics of positive displacement and
centrifugal pumps
• Gain an awareness of pipe system codes, standards, design
and operation
• Become familiar with the fundamentals of pipe flow and
pressure drop
• Understand the inspection and maintenance practices associated with
pumps and pipe systems
DESCRIPTION:
The reliable operation of pumps and the integrity of connected pipework is essential
to the cost effective operation of industrial facilities. This course will describe the
function of both positive displacement and centrifugal pumps, discuss the operational
characteristics and explain the maintenance requirements. Additionally, this course will
discuss the various aspects of fluid flow in pipes and the requirements for the reliable,
safe, compliant operation of pipe systems.
COURSE OUTLINE:
• Positive displacement pumps • Pipe connections & systems
• Centrifugal pumps • Pipe stresses
• Cavitation • Fluid flow in pipes
• Pump components • Pump & pipe condition monitoring
• Pump installation & selection • Maintenance of pumps & pipe systems
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Plant & Facilities Managers • Engineers • Technicians & Supervisors who need to
be familiar with the fundamentals associated with Pumps & Pipe Systems • Plant &
Facilities Operations Personnel • Managers • Engineers • Technicians & Supervisors
responsible for plants & facilities • Stationary Engineers • Consultants & Contractors
Personnel in the Food, Chemical, Petrochemical, Pulp & Paper, Pharmaceutical, Water
Utility & Energy industries will find this course of particular interest
INSTRUCTOR:
Alan Powell, M.Sc., P.Eng., Program Director
Alan is an experienced instructor and engineer with over 30 years of practical
knowledge of industrial equipment. He has authored and presented several papers at
national and international conferences.
SAVE $100 WITH EARLY REGISTRATION: $1895 // Fee After Sept 8: $1995
Course Code: 08-1008-2345

14 // For more details on this course, go to epictraining.ca/08-1008-2345


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