Power Generation Training

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Power Generation Training:

The electrical power generation process is continuously exposed to catastrophic loss, such as explosions, accidents and burns from unexpected equipment failure or lockout/tagout procedures that are not followed. These procedures are in place to control the high potential for equipment and human error which can result in serious threats to the overall well-being of your personnel and operation. Keeping your personnel well trained is clearly the most expedient route to risk reduction.

Benefits of the Power Generation Program Include:

  • Essential on-boarding and refresher training
  • Consistent delivery, with broader reach, flexible scheduling and automated record keeping
  • Improved safety and enhanced productivity
  • The knowledge and training needed to keep pace with best practices and power generation technological change

Who Should Use it? Designed for professionals, such as:

  • Power Generation Plant Operators
  • Service and Maintenance Personnel
  • Industrial Supervisors & Managers
  • Employees that need to refresh their cognitive, analytical and communication skills
Complete Power Generation Curriculum 199+ Courses

The Power Generation Training is a world-class curriculum designed to improve knowledge and skills by providing an understanding of components, safe operation and proper maintenance procedures. Areas covered include boilers, turbines, combined cycle, steam cycle, coal handling, environmental protection, heat transfer, water treatment, startup/shutdown, feedwater systems, furnaces, pollution control and safety, among others.


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Power Generation: 90 Courses, 112 Hours
  • Boilers: Boiler Fundamentals
  • Boiler Efficiency 2: Oil and Gas Fired Furnaces
  • Efficient Operation of Oil and Gas Fired Boilers
  • Analysis of Boiler Efficiency
  • Boiler Instruments and Control
  • Efficient Boiler Operation
  • Turbine Efficiency, Part 1
  • Turbine Efficiency, Part 2
  • Turbine Efficiency, Part 3
  • Analysis of Turbine Efficiency
  • Condenser Efficiency
  • Efficient Condenser Operation
  • Introduction to Heat Rate Improvement
  • Feedwater Heater Efficiency
  • Power Plant Efficiency: Problems and Analyses
  • Efficient Power Plant Operation
  • Cycle Efficiency
  • Material Handling: Tank Trucks
  • Power Plant Operation: Basic Principles
  • Power Plant: Power and Energy
  • Electrical Energy and Power
  • Power Plant Systems: Power Generation
  • Power Plant Turbines: Bearings and Operation
  • Combustion Turbine: Components
  • Combustion Turbine: Support Systems, Part 2
  • Power Plant Boilers: Startup and Shutdown
  • Power Plant Boilers: Normal Operations
  • Boilers: Basic Principles and Types
  • Power Plant Boilers: Combustion and Operation
  • Boilers: Basic Principles and Types
  • Boilers: Combustion, Water, and Steam
  • Power Plant Boilers: Water and Steam
  • Power Plant Boilers: Abnormal Conditions and Emergencies
  • Combustion Turbine: Normal Operations
  • Combustion Turbine: Principles
  • Introduction to Heat Rate Improvement
  • Combustion Turbine: Support Systems, Part 1
  • Principles of Heat Transfer
  • Power Plant Thermodynamics
  • Boiler Efficiency 1: Air Heaters and Preheaters
  • Boiler Efficiency 2: Windboxes, Burners, and the Furnace
  • Boiler Efficiency 3: Superheaters, Reheaters, and the Economizer
  • Combined Cycle: Normal Operations
  • Combined Cycle: Abnormal Operations
  • Combined Cycle: Heat Recovery Steam Generators
  • Combined Cycle: Distributed Control Systems

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Power Generation (Continued)
  • Furnaces: Furnace Introduction
  • Furnaces: Furnace Fundamentals
  • Furnaces: Startup and Shutdown
  • Furnaces: Operating Conditions
  • Power Plant: Steam Cycle
  • Power Plant Systems: Steam Cycle
  • Power Plant Turbines: Steam Flow
  • Power Plant Systems: Condensate and Feedwater Systems
  • Power Plant: Condensate and Feedwater System
  • Power Plant Systems: Steam Systems
  • Power Plant: Condenser and Circulation Water
  • Power Plant Systems: Condenser and Circulating Water
  • Power Plant: Steam Systems
  • Coal Handling: Overview, Part 1
  • Coal Handling: Overview, Part 2
  • Coal Handling: Overview, Part 3
  • Coal Handling: Bringing in Barges
  • Coal Handling: Conveyors
  • Coal Handling: Rail Yard Operations
  • Coal Handling: Car Dumpers
  • Coal Handling: Bulldozers
  • Coal Handling: Coal Pile Management
  • Coal Handling: Coal Yard Maintenance
  • Coal Handling: Ash Handling
  • Coal Handling: Dust Control
  • Coal Handling: Dust Control Equipment, Part 1
  • Coal Handling: Dust Control Equipment, Part 2
  • Coal Handling: Handling Wet and Frozen Coal
  • Coal Handling: Stackers
  • Coal Handling: Trippers
  • Coal Handling: Auxiliary Equipment
  • Coal Handling: Control Equipment
  • Coal Handling: Coal Preparation Equipment
  • Environmental Protection: Air Pollution
  • Environmental Protection Systems: Water Pollution
  • Power Plant Operation: Safety and Pollution Control
  • Fundamentals of Process Solubility
  • Power Plant Protection: Fundamentals
  • Power Plant Protection: Boiler and Turbine Protections
  • Power Plant Protection: Integrated Systems
  • Water Treatment: Wastewater, Part 1
  • Water Treatment: Wastewater, Part 2
  • Environmental Protection: Water Pollution & Waste Disposal