Distributors of ETAP (Electrical Power System Analysis) Software in the Philippines will be conducting a 3-day workshop to become proficient in ETAP to conduct power system studies, from modeling to analysis.
Below is the inivitation;
ETAP 113ETAP Power System Engineering3-Day WorkshopJune 18-20, 2008Registration Ends Saturday, May 31, 2008
Philippine Trade Training Center (PTTC)
PTTC Bldg., Sen. Gil J. Puyat Ave. cor. Roxas Blvd.
1300, Pasay City, Metro Manila
9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Overview, System Modeling, System Configuration, Load Flow
Panel Systems, Short Circuit, Device Coordination and Sequence of
Library System, Transient Stability
This hands-on workshop will provide the skills, knowledge, and techniques necessary to become proficient in ETAP to conduct power system studies, from modeling to
analysis. The purpose of this workshop is to develop an understanding of ETAP’s capabilities and analytical techniques to solve a variety of practical problems.
An overview of the ETAP user interface will be covered including System Modeling
(sources, branches, loads, protective devices, etc.), One-Line Diagram, Libraries
(data and interface), 3-Dimensional Database (presentation, configuration, and
engaging data), Cable Systems (ampacity and sizing), Report Manager, Wizard, etc.
Authorized ETAP Representative (Eltechs Engineer)
Who Should Attend:
The workshop is tailored for novice and intermediate Electrical Engineers
Payment Methods: Cash, Purchase Order, Check (Payable: Eltechs E & C Corp.)
Fee: Php 25,000 per person (exclusive of VAT)
Lunch, morning and afternoon snacks will be provided
All travel and hotel arrangements are the responsibility of the attendees.
Eltechs E&C Corp.
Contact: Leo Manio
I’m just wondering why the registration fee (excluding accommodation) has to be that expensive, Php25,000 (USD580.00), since it should be a promotional activity. In fact, if you already know the basics and concepts of power systems analysis, which you should because you’re an electrical engineer, you can learn ETAP on your own. I`d already tried using ETAP when I was in college, and relatively, PSS/E is harder to use than ETAP.