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World Class Online Training For Electrical Engineers

What kind of training is this?

Learn from the comfort of your own home in an engaging virtual environment delivered through Live Two Way Video And Audio, in a small class environment of a maximum size of 8 students. Each class is lead by 1 instructor and 1 instructors assistant. This ratio ensures that you, the student, receive training specifically to your needs, as the instructor has time dedicated for you.

Each student can ask questions directly to the instructor just by talking. Students can freely discuss amongst their peers as if they were face to face in a room together.

Additional advantages such as virtual breakout rooms and sidebar chats are used extensively as well as digital manuals that you can carry with you forever and access on your PC, Mac, iOS or Android devices in the field after the training.

Instructors teach from a highly equipped lab with lowand medium voltage equipment where students collaborate, learn, ask, and finally get certified. Courses include professionally designed presentations with videos, real-case studies, and hands-on demonstrations of the most common electrical problems you can experience as well the most commonly missed. After the training you will see your work environment from a new light, and be able to immediately apply your new skills.


Who are the instructors?

The instructors are engineers and senior electrical professionals with a minimum level 35+ years of experience each. All have served at the highest level of various industries throughout the world.


Who can attend?

Training courses are dedicated to electrical engineers, industrial electricians, substation engineers, electricians, plant maintenance, project managers, and non-electrical industrial professionals.



What can you learn here?

Starting from an arc flash study and LV/MV safety, testing, maintenance, and commissioning of LV/MV circuit breakers, transformers, substation batteries, grounding, and all the way to the PLC/VFD programming and troubleshooting complex electrical systems and motor control systems.

How long does the training last?

Training courses generally last from 1 to 4 days in duration. CEU’s are also available on request.

Not enough?

You can even schedule one-on-one mentorship training with an instructor and get the full benefit of your very own expert advisor all to yourself. Get the advantage of a personal coach able to fully dedicate himself solely to your needs.

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Arc Flash & High Voltage Safety (Qualified Electrical Worker Certification)

Recommended for: Substation electricians, engineers, commercial and industrial electricians, instrumentation mechanics, technicians, managers and safety professionals.

After the training, you will be able to: Price Register
Safely operate and maintain high voltage systems. Work confidently using established safety procedures. Organize HV workers under your lead. Communicate fluently regarding your high voltage systems. Avoid accidents and injuries. $1098.00 Details

Arc Flash & High Voltage Safety (Refresher Certification)

Arc Flash and High Voltage Safety (Refresher Certification)

Recommended for: Substation electricians, compliance engineers, electrical engineers, commissioning engineers, testing and diagnostics engineers, technicians, managers and safety professionals.

After the training, you will be able to: Price Register
Understand the hazards encountered while operating electrical equipment, learn arc hazard standard, appropriate PPE selection and safe work procedures, as well as to identify defective electrical equipment and signs of impending electrical failures. $549.00 Details

Arc Flash and Low Voltage Safety

Arc Flash and Low Voltage Safety

Recommended for: Electrical engineers, electricians, substation testing and commissioning engineers, technicians, substation supervisors, managers and safety professionals.

After the training, you will be able to: Price Register
Understand the hazards encountered while operating or maintaining electrical installations in the low voltage (below 750V), learn arc hazard categorization, appropriate PPE selection and safe work procedure. $549.00 Details

Power Cable Testing and Maintenance

Testing, Diagnostics and Maintenance Of Medium Voltage Power Cables

Recommended for: Electrical test technicians and commissioning engineers, substation project engineers, substation engineering managers and supervisors.

After the training, you will be able to: Price Register
Understand and learn predictive and preventive maintenance program for power cables, perform multiple tests and analyzing test results, be able to recognize deficiencies and take/recommend corrective action. $549.00 Details

Power Transformer Testing and Maintenance

Power Transformer Testing, Diagnostics and Maintenance

Recommended for: Testing and commissioning engineers, electrical engineers, substation technicians, substation engineers, field engineers, managers and substation supervisors.

After the training, you will be able to: Price Register
Understand and learn safety and maintenance planning, transformer insulation systems, power transformer testing and perform basic calculations for turns ratio and full load and short circuit currents. $549.00 Details

Low Voltage Circuit Breaker Testing and Maintenance

Operation, Testing and Maintenance Of Low Voltage Circuit Breakers

Recommended for: Substation engineers, electrical test technicians and commissioning engineer, field engineers, managers and substation supervisors.

After the training, you will be able to: Price Register
Understand the construction and maintenance requirements for low voltage circuit breakers, learn various tests and interpret test results as well as operation of breaker mechanisms and failure modes. $549.00 Details

Medium Voltage Circuit Breaker Testing and Maintenance

Medium Voltage Circuit Breaker Testing and Maintenance

Recommended for: Substation engineers, project engineer, electrical test technicians and commissioning engineer, field engineers, managers and substation supervisors.

After the training, you will be able to: Price Register
Understand tests on various MV circuit breakers and interpret results, learn operation of electrically operated circuit breaker controls, mechanisms and failure modes, maintenance on air, vacuum and gas (SF6) breakers and schedule. $549.00 Details

Substation Battery Testing and Maintenance

Substation Battery Testing and Maintenance

Recommended for: Substation engineers and technicians, electrical test technicians and commissioning engineers, protection and control engineers, managers and substation supervisors.

After the training, you will be able to: Price Register
Understand the construction and maintenance requirements for batteries used in substation DC supplies, learn about causes premature battery failure and individual test procedures required to safely perform the work. $549.00 Details

Substation Grounding and Bonding

Testing and Maintenance of Substation Grounding and Bonding Systems

For whom: Substation project engineers, station engineers and technicians, maintenance engineers, testing and diagnostics engineers, field engineers, and substation supervisors.

After the training, you will be able to: Price Register
Identify and mitigate job related hazards, safely operate and maintain electrical grounding system, be able to recognize deficiencies and take corrective action as well as to avoid accidents and injuries. $549.00 Details

Analytically Troubleshoot Complex Electrical Systems with Deductive Reasoning

Analytically Troubleshoot Complex Electrical Systems with Deductive Reasoning

Recommended for: Electrical engineers, industrial control engineers, protection and control engineers, testing and diagnostics engineers, electricians and instrumentation engineers.

After the training, you will be able to: Price Register
Troubleshoot an electrical circuit or system following a logical, structured procedure, apply analytical electrical troubleshooting procedure to dc-, single-phase-, and three-phase motor circuits etc. $1649.00 Details

VFD Programming, Maintenance and Motor Control Troubleshooting

VFD Programming, Maintenance and Motor Control Troubleshooting

Recommended for: Industrial control engineers, industrial automation engineers, maintenance engineers, electrical design engineers and facilities electrical controls engineers.

After the training, you will be able to: Price Register
Troubleshoot electric motors, motor control systems, and program a variety of VFD’s. To test and diagnose different three phase motors with internal faults using IR, DW, WR, impedance and surge testers, and troubleshoot a variety of faulted panels and MCC systems. $1649.00 Details

Electro-Mechanical Deductive Reasoning for Heavy Equipment Technicians

Electro-Mechanical Deductive Reasoning for Heavy Equipment Technicians

Recommended for: Heavy equipment technicians, electrical and mechanical engineers,  millwrights, and any other workers who must be relied on to quickly and accurately diagnose and fix electrical and mechanical systems.

After the training, you will be able to: Price Register
Troubleshoot realistic faults utilizing both hardwired (including CAN Bus) and software simulators under the guidance of a Master Troubleshooter. $1649.00 Details

Low Voltage Electrical Systems For Non-electrical Industrial Professionals

Low Voltage Electrical Systems For Non-electrical Industrial Professionals

Recommended for: Non-electrical industrial professionals, non-electrical supervisors who must know what their electrical subordinates are exposed to, millwrights, mechanics and others.

After the training, you will be able to: Price Register
Understand low voltage single- and three-phase electrical power systems, how to test electrical components and circuits, to test, troubleshoot, and diagnose electrical circuits and system faults. $1649.00 Details

Advanced Electrical System Testing and Maintenance (includes Medium Voltage)

Advanced Electrical System Testing and Maintenance (includes Medium Voltage)

Recommended for: Electricians, technicians, line workers, generator mechanics, metering specialists and any other worker who’s daily duties involve the maintenance of HV and related electrical systems.

After the training, you will be able to: Price Register
To inspect, test, troubleshoot and maintain common electrical equipment. To understand circuit breaker and fuses operation. To identify various types of switchgear. To learn principles and operation of protective devices, HV starters and motors, capacitors, generators and back-up systems. $2199.00 Details
Dave Smith

Dave Smith

Dave Smith has been an Industrial Maintenance Electrician since 1975. He has shown upkeep, investigating and wellbeing courses to a great many circuit testers in mines, factories, processing plants, manufacturing plants, plants, power stations and seaward stages all through North America and the Middle East. Dave is a hands-on fellow and educates from a field point of view with his target group being his most extreme concern.

Experience – 45 years


Dave Smith

Peter Waugh

Peter Waugh gets 39 years of experience fields of support and HR the board. He graduated in Electrical Engineering from the University of New Brunswick. He began his profession with Westinghouse Industrial Field Service adjusting power circulation hardware. He at that point moved to the Pulp and Paper industry where he worked for three organizations throughout the following 30 years working in…

Experience – 41 years

Dave Smith

Kenny Brown

Kenny Brown has more than 38 years of electrical support involvement in the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA). He began his electrical vocation as a student in 1980 and joining the IBEW LU-558 at TVA’s Brown’s Ferry Nuclear plant.He drove upkeep teams as an electrical foreman not long after getting apprentice status and was chosen to be the locales originally Certified Electrical Maintenance…

Experience – 39 years


Dave Smith

Dave Rodda

Dave Rodda started his profession at 7 years old when he dismantled his dad’s HIFI framework. From that point he took a crack at the Electrical Electronic courses offered at Hellgate High School in Missoula Montana. After a profession in the US Navy as a second Class Machinist Mate, he came back to the University of Montana hoping to turning into an instructor while working summers for an electrical temporary worker…

Experience – 36 years


Dave Smith

Joe Kiceniuk

Joe Kiceniuk was taught at University of Alberta and University of British Columbia and has specialized preparing in gadgets with more than 40 years involvement with electronic circuit development, investigating and administration. Joe has a working information on numerous programming dialects and broad involvement in quality control in scientific frameworks…

Experience – 52 years


Dave Neal

Dave Neal

With 33 years of hands on involvement with Hydro One, accomplishing counseling work for McGregor Allsop, Trow Engineering Consultants and Dillion and Associates, Dave has obtained broad information on electrical gear, establishments and authoritative necessities. While with Hydro One, Dave was associated with numerous activities including: – Held the lead job in the execution of the new Training Development…

Experience – 47 years

Edward Rideout

Edward Rideout

Ed Rideout has been associated with the electrical field from numerous points of view for almost 35 years. His electrical experience began when he was simply out of professional school and was recruited as the sole circuit tester at a nearby fish plant responsible for six angling trawlers, a force house and a fish plant office. In 1975 Ed proceeded to work with Nova Scotia Power, first as a disciple circuit repairman in a producing…

Experience – 51 years


Dave Smith

Jim Roberts

Jim Roberts brings more than 34 years of involvement with the electrical field. An alum from the Georgian College Electrical Engineering program, he began his vocation at Toronto Hydro Electrical Systems as a High Voltage Underground Cable Fault Technician at that point continued to Toronto Transit Commission where he got his red seal 309A electrical permit and turned into a Maintenance/Construction Electrician…

Experience – 40 years


Fred Tanguay

Fred Tanguay

With 30+ long stretches of information and experience picked up from working in an assortment of territories including power mechanical assembly upkeep and authorizing, power building and configuration just as preparing classes for modern and utility customers, Fred has a great deal to offer understudies. Notwithstanding an inside and out foundation in these regions, Fred likewise has capabilities in the accompanying: – Occupational Health and Safety.

Experience – 42 years


Alain Tremblay

Alain Tremblay

Alain Tremblay is an electrical designer with more than 31 years of experience. He is familiar with both French and English and can educate courses in the two dialects. He is an expert on electrical force frameworks and safeguard support, for example, infrared thermography, transformer oil and gas examination, electrical course and employment oversight. Alain moved on from Laval University in Quebec with a Bachelor…

Experience – 53 years

Terry Yonkheym

Terry Yonkheym

Terry Yonkheym brings more than 28 years involvement with preparing and useful electrical upkeep to Canada Training Group’s electrical, security and high voltage programs. Terry’s broad help record for Ontario Hydro started as a Power Maintenance Electrician Apprentice, advancing through accomplishing the Inter-Provincial Construction and Maintenance Electrician’s permit, Journeyperson status…

Experience – 58 years


Tim Dacey

Tim Dacey

Tim acquires 38 years of experience tasks at different open and private service organizations beginning with SaskPower in the late 70’s the place he apprenticed as a circuit repairman procuring his Interprovincial Journeyman’s Electrician affirmation in the mid 80’s. He kept on filling in as a Station Electrician for the following decade preceding moving into gaseous petrol pressure and transmission…

Experience – 38 years


❝ Convenient delivery format and the training I took was a solid coverage of arc flash and shock hazards. ❞

− Kenneth Parker, Northern California Power Agency −


❝ The thing in enjoyed about the Live Videoconference was that is was comfortable and ran well. Excellent course. Very informative. ❞

− David Barkhouse, Canadian Dept of National Defense −


❝ The material and how it was delivered was a the best thing about the two way live training.The course was very well presented and both Dave and Jon his assistant, checked in on us to make sure that the experience was a good one. ❞

− Matthew Litzenberger, University of British Columbia −


❝ 5 Stars for the Live Video style. The instructor keeps everyone involved and takes time to make sure everyone is clear with the material. ❞

− Denver Bates, Trans Northen Pipelines Inc −


❝ Ability to do it from home, with no travel expenses was a the best thing about the Live 2-Way video style. The instructor was very knowledgeable and clear. The course content was good for a basic understanding of Arc Flash. I can see us using this for information for some of our non-electrical people. ❞

− Mark Bachman, Canadian Light Source −


❝ Having access to a computer to look up subjects we are talking about, an example is looking at pictures of a variety of arc flash label types was the best part of the Live Video training. Great delivery and excellent content tailored for the audience. ❞

− Tim Thomas, City of Prince George −


❝ Very hands one and feels like one-on-one but with benefit of having others join in on the conversation. It is nice to be able to have this option as travel can be difficult even when the covid-19 pandemic is done. Peter is a great instructor. Moves at a good pace. A lot of good discussion and examples. ❞

− Adam Franson, Mosaic Potash Colonsay −


❝ The course was engaging and the material was relevant. Instructor kept the course moving and interesting. The ease of availabilty with the style of 2 Way Videoconference was the best thing. ❞

− Fred Raymond, Centerra Gold −


❝ Ample breaks, and time to review workbooks. Very informative, I learned alot. ❞

− Ric Woidak, Air Liquide Canada Corp −


❝ The interaction between everyone in the videoconference was really good. I found the course well done and very informative, I learned several new changes that I had been unaware of and plan on incorporating them into what I do at work. ❞

− Rick Burroughs, Blue Ridge Lumber −


❝ What I enjoyed about the 2 way Video style was the simplicity. Knowledgeable instructor. Able to simplify certain codes so they are understandable. ❞

− Julian Weber, Centerra gold −


❝ Physical distancing was a plus of the videoconference and the Instructor was great, also the course was good as I learn more about breakers. ❞

− David Kanayuk, Qulliq Energy Corporation −


❝ The best thing about the two way live video was being in the comfort of my own home and the price. Our instructor Fred was very candid and knowledgeable about the topics. ❞

− David Sampson, Atlantic Gold −


❝ The live videoconference was time saving and very helpful, I learnt a lot from the training. ❞

− Eric Luo, Dufferin Wind Power Inc. −


❝ Same as in class but without the travelling and extra costs. Peter is quite knowledgeable and was interesting. ❞

− Andre Pitre, Cube Automation Inc. −


❝ The two way video delivery was relaxed and comfortable. And the instructor was very knowledgeable and punctual. ❞

− Blaine Miller, Savage Services −