Line Design Professionals seeking UtilityLDPros certification must successfully pass examinations for each Basic Skill and Line Design Function competency. Prior to taking the examinations, line designers must become an UtilityLDPros member and meet the line design work experience requirements.
Each competency examination is 1.0-2.0 hours long and can be accessed through the following link, https://mnscu.rschooltoday.com/public/getsubcategory/category_id/298/program_id/53 after you complete your REGISTRATION. Examination cost does not include any re-take examination. Examinations are taken at the utility office, are closed book and must be supervised by the engineering or human resource manager.
Participants will be immediately notified if they passed or failed each examination upon completion. UtilityLDPros will send a Certificate to you for each Level successfully completed. You will be allowed to include the UtilityLDPros designated Credential after your name.
Thursday January 31th 2019 at 10:00 a.m. Central Time
The Association for Utility Line Design Professionals (UtilityLDPros) is offering this webinar to help utility line design professionals better understand the physical and electrical characteristics, as well as the engineering design and installation requirements for medium voltage insulated cables used on underground distribution lines.
What types of electric supply line cables are typically used on underground distribution lines and why?
What are the physical and electrical characteristics of medium voltage underground cables?
How many underground cables can be installed together in the same trench or conduit run?
What underground line cable design calculations must be made and how should the design be documented?
What engineering specifications should be provided and what quality control practices should be used in underground line cable installations?
Types and functions of underground line medium voltage cable
Physical and electrical characteristics of cable components
Cable standards and specifications
Electrical loading and thermal characteristics of cable
Physical limitations of cable and installation in duct (cable pulling design)
Real-time survey questions and participant Q&A
Practical examples of cable engineering designs
Actionable recommendations to improve your cable design and installation practices
Webinar Leader: John Miner, P.E.
Non-Member Cost: $110 per webinar
Member Cost: $ 90 per webinar
2019 NEW YEAR SPECIAL –
Buy 3 webinars, get the 4th one FREE!
Non-Member Cost: $330 for 4 webinars
Member Cost: $270 for 4 webinars
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