Pterra Technology Courses
Pterra is recognized by the New York State Department of Education as an approved learning provider for continuing education. Pterra is also an exempt provider for accreditation with the Florida Board of Engineers.
- Sept 13-15, 2016 Voltage Stability Analysis and Applications
- Jan 17-19, 2017 Power Flow Analysis and Applications
- Mar 7-9, 2017 Power System Stability Analysis and Applications
Pre-registration is required to attend a published course. Please complete the registration form. The form also shows the registration fees.
Certificates will be given to all participants in each course indicating the number of Professional Development Hours and Continuing Education Units based on national guidelines and the number of classroom hours for courses that are satisfactorily completed.
The typical daily schedule for Pterra’s courses: Daily sessions:
- 9:00 AM – First speaker begins
- 10:30 AM – Morning break
- 12:00 NN – Lunch break.
- 1:00 PM – Afternoon sessions start
- 2:30 PM – Afternoon break
- 4:00 PM – End of Formal Sessions. Speakers may be available for informal discussion through 5 PM
Each matriculating participant will receive a hard copy of each course’s notes, and any reference material provided by the instructors.
Why Take a Pterra Course?
Pterra’s short courses cover new and evolving technologies in power system engineering and analysis topics. The courses range from 3-5 days of intensive, focused discussion on specific, timely topics. Some courses are lecture and discussion type while others include hands-on case studies to enhance learning on applications topics. What makes taking courses at Pterra unique?
- Experience – Pterra’s instructors talk from experience in practical applications for the particular topics they cover. As a minimum, Pterra’s instructors have 10 years experience and 200 lecture hours in a classroom environment.
- Convenience – Pterra courses are held in locations where there is convenient access by road, train or air, at venues where there are numerous choices for lodging and meals.
- Personal – Pterra courses are aimed at smaller class sizes. The classroom atmosphere is casual, conducive for open discussions of technical issues. Our training facilitators address specific needs to make the learning experience more comfortable and rewarding.
For a very short time commitment from you, come away with the latest thinking on power technologies, and bring this directly to your area of application.