EGSA's Two-Tiered On-Site Power Schools
The Basic School is a general, but still technical, overview of On-Site Power Generation equipment. The Basic School is designed for those who are working in nontechnical positions (such as Sales or Marketing, Administrative, or Company Management positions) and for those with less than three years experience working in the industry.
In comparison to the Basic School, the Advanced School offers more highly technical and in-depth coverage of the equipment. The Advanced School is designed for those who have attended the EGSA Basic On-Site Power Generation School; those who are employed in Engineering, Project Management, or Service positions; and for those with over three years working in the industry.
Full descriptions of all sessions are available in the brochure, which you can download below.
Our Basic Program sessions cover:
- Basic Electricity
- Prime Mover Fundamentals
- Basic Generators/Alternators
- Basic Automatic Voltage Regulators
- Basic Governors/Speed & Load Controls
- Basic Automatic Transfer Switches
- Basic Generator Systems: From Sizing to Service
- Understanding Bid and Specification Documents
Our Advanced Program sessions cover:
- Advanced Generators/Alternators
- Engine/Generator Instrumentation & Controls
- Advanced Governors/Speed & Load Controls
- Advanced Automatic Voltage Regulators
- Electrical Start Systems
- Introduction to Generator Protection
- Advanced Automatic Transfer Switches
- Multiple Generator Paralleling Switchgear and Controls
- Troubleshooting Field Problems
- Engine Emissions
- Noise Control
- Advanced Generator Systems: From Sizing to Service
Download the 2013 Schools brochure, which contains full registration information.
About Our Instructors
Instructors for the 2013 EGSA On-Site Power Schools come from these leading firms:
Alban Engine Power Systems; ANNA, Inc.; ASCO Power Technologies; Basler Electric Co.; Chillicothe Metal Co.; Clariant Corp. (Formerly Süd-Chemie, Inc.) ; DEIF, Inc.; Eaton Corporation; GE Energy Services ; GE Zenith Controls; Generac Power Systems, Inc.; Marathon Electric; MTU Onsite Energy Corporation; O-K Generators
On-Site Power, Inc.; Pritchard Brown, LLC; Rypos, Inc.; Saft America; SENS (Stored Energy Systems, Inc.); Woodward, and others.