Protection Testing Online Series

January 20, 2022

OMICRON hosts its Protection Testing Online Series between February 24th and May 5th, 2022. Each two-hour session focuses on a current protection testing topic and will provide background application information, instruction on using the relevant tools, and a live demonstration of the content. Each session in the series is $49. Save $95 by registering for all five sessions for $150; register before February 23th, 2022.  
Find additional event details and register by February 23th, 2022 (Registration will close the day before each session starts.):
Meet the instructors:
Scott Cooper, OMICRON Instructor
Scott Cooper has over 17 years of experience in various high-intensity sales, application engineering, and training roles, having worked for Manta and Beckwith, mainly selling and supporting Protection & Control test equipment and P&C systems. He is an active member of IEEE PES, serving many PSRC working groups. 

Faris Elhaj, OMICRON Instructor
Faris Elhaj started his career in Protection and Control (P&C) in 2012, working for GE in various roles, delivering training on protection concepts and providing application support on Multilin relays. He has also executed many P&C service projects, conducting installation and commissioning activities for utilities and industrial plants. Faris joined OMICRON in 2018 as a Training and Application Engineer based in Houston, TX. His focus areas include protection and power utility communications (PUC).

Eugenio Carvalheira, OMICRON Instructor  
Eugenio Carvalheira has over 17 years of experience designing, implementing, and commissioning Power Systems Protection, Automation, and Control Systems. In 2008 he joined OMICRON as a Training and Application Engineer designing and developing test automation solutions for protection relays and responsible for the IEC 61850 training courses of OMICRON.

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