Harrington Technical Collegium

Electrical Test Engineer

An Engineers-In-Training Program

Equip your engineers with the practical skills they need for maximum performance
This unique 1,000 hour training program has been designed to teach graduate engineers how to test, troubleshoot and maintain the electrical apparatus, systems and electronic/instrumentation controls in generating stations, substations and industry
It is a detailed and comprehensive package of apparatus specific knowledge and skills that are not provided in technical institutes, colleges or universities.
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Get industry certified engineers

Your engineers will be theoretically and technically prepared to the following certification levels: NETA 4 Electrical Test Technician, PEARL Level II Technician, NICET Electrical Power Testing Level IV, EGSA Certified Electrical Generator Systems Technician and NFPA CESCP.

Join the 25,000 other individuals that we’ve trained

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Our all-encompassing program contains everything needed to excel in your industry!
This program compresses the skills required in critical industry standards into one unique program with the goal of providing utilities, industry and field service firms with individuals capable of independently testing electrical systems, apparatus and controls.

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AC high potentiometer, battery AC conductance tester, battery DC load tester, battery ground fault locator, battery impedance tester, breaker time-travel analyzer, breaker timing tester, cable fault locator, cable tone generator, capacitance bridge, clamp-on ammeter, clamp-on ground resistance tester, contact timer, corona detector, current signature analyzer, current transformer tester, dielectric breakdown tester, dielectric response analyzer, dielectric withstand tester, dissolved gas in oil sampling kit, dynamic contact resistance tester, earth ground resistance tester, first trip tester, ground bond tester, ground resistance clamp on tester, growler, hot stick tester, hydrometer, infrared camera, insulating oil dielectric strength tester, kelvin bridge, megohmmeter, micro-ohmmeter (DLRO), milli-ohmmeter, minimum pickup tester, moisture in oil tester, motor/phase rotation meter, oil dielectric ac tester, optical time domain reflectometer, oscilloscope, partial discharge detector, phase angle meter, power factor test set, power quality analyzer, primary current injection tester, protective relay test set, rubber glove tester, RPM tester, safety ground tester, secondary current injection tester, sheath fault locator, step and touch voltage tester, sweep frequency response analyzer, tan delta tester, thumper, time domain reflectometer, time travel analyzer, transformer bulk oil sampling kit, transformer turns ratio tester, vacuum bottle integrity tester, VLF hipot, wheatstone bridge, winding inductance tester, winding impedance tester, winding resistance ohmmeter, winding surge comparison tester and others.
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Give your engineers the critical skills to succeed in your company

Phase One is a 200 hour online home study component. 

Phase Two is an intensive, 800 hour program with practical exercises and projects comprising 90% of the program. This program will be taught in a combination of classroom and hands-on labs with field visits to electrical apparatus manufacturing or repair facilities, industrial facilities, partner firms and prospective employer locations.

Phase Three is a return to work, or the beginning of employment, to gain field experience.

Phase Four is preparation and support as graduates prepare to challenge industry certifications. Completion of these four phases, with accompanying field experience, will prepare graduates as facility maintenance engineers and advisors.

WE TRAIN FOR WORLD-CLASS ELECTRICAL UTILITIES!

Alberta Power, ATCO, BC Hydro, BluEarth Renewables, Brookfield Renewables, Canadian Solar, Capital Power, Capstone Infrastructure, Chelan County PUD, City Of Medicine Hat Electric, Douglas County PUD, Dufferin Wind, ENMAX, EPCOR, FORTIS, Goreway Power, Grant County PUD, Halton Hills Hydro, HydroOttawa, Manitoba Hydro, Melancthon Wind, Meikle Wind, Newfoundland And Labrador Hydro, Newfoundland Power, Northland Power, Northwest Territories Power Corporation, Ontario Power Generation, Pattern Energy, Pennask and Shinish Creek Wind, Qullig Energy, SaskPower, SP Amherst Wind, Spectra Energy, TransAlta Utilities, Vermont Electric, West Kootenay Power, York Energy Centre
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Equip your engineers with the practical skills they need for maximum performance

This unique 1,000 hour training program has been designed to teach graduate engineers how to test, troubleshoot and maintain the electrical apparatus, systems and electronic/instrumentation controls in generating stations, substations and industry. It is a detailed and comprehensive package of apparatus specific knowledge and skills that are not provided in technical institutes, colleges or universities.

Learn from our world-class engineers and specialists

This program has been developed and is presented by Canada Training Group International and our associated companies. We have been providing low, medium, high, and extra high voltage safety and technical training since 1980. We have experience to 550 KV and have trained over 25,000 individuals in Canada and internationally.

Our all-encompassing program contains everything needed to excel in your industry

This program compresses the skills required in critical industry standards into one unique program with the goal of providing utilities, industry and field service firms with individuals capable of independently testing electrical systems, apparatus and controls.

In-person labs for electrical engineering training

Our lab projects offer numerous benefits for your engineers starting with an intense focus on safety, potential hazards, and how to operate safely in an electrical system. They will gain extensive hands-on experience with the range of power system apparatus and a multitude of test equipment. With feedback and guidance from our experienced instructors your engineers will develop an in-depth understanding of power systems
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Learn from our world-class engineers and specialists

This program has been developed and is presented by Canada Training Group International and our associated companies. We have been providing low, medium, high, and extra high voltage safety and technical training since 1980. We have experience to 550 KV and have trained over 25,000 individuals in Canada and internationally.

We are ISO 9001 Quality Managed and all courses are designed and presented to the standards of the International Board of Standards for Training, Performance and Instruction as well as the standards of The Institute for Performance and Learning and the Association for Talent Development. Our curriculum design team has over 120 years of experience developing courses and curricula in industry, military, law enforcement, aviation, technical institutes and universities.

Testing and troubleshooting

As Electrical Test Engineers, our graduates will be trained to test and troubleshoot the electrical systems, apparatus and controls in generating stations and substations in nuclear, thermal, hydro, wind, solar, biomass and other industrial systems

Practical skills

Graduates will receive an understanding of mechanical, fluid power and other systems, cutting and welding, and be certified in rigging and hoisting, fire and fall protection, scaffolding, trenching, the operation of forklifts, manlifts and zoom booms, safe driving, equipment trailering, first aid, WHMIS, TDG, confined space entry and rescue, and environmental exposures.

Industry leading engineers

With this combination of theoretical education, and the advanced hands on skills training that is our hallmark, we will provide industry with electrical test engineers that are outstanding and immediately productive performers. Companies hiring our graduates will receive highly trained, safety oriented, motivated individuals with key safety certifications.

Quality Management

Centuries of Training achieves accelerated learning results through the integration of practical exercises, technical performance labs, visuals, videos, class discussions of scenarios, and case study analysis, handouts, self study and integrated online training, exercises and continuous assessments. Knowledge assessments are made using a combination of direct questions, class discussions, individual interviews, quizzes, tests, essays and online assessments. Skills are assessed through performance in realistic labs and projects. Our work is based on the pioneering human development work of Bloom, Mager, Kolb, Kirkpatrick, Gilbert, Rummler, Kantor, Knowles, Harless, Kaufman, and others. Graduates will receive 90 CEUs from EIC, the Engineering Institute of Canada (https://eic-ici.ca/)
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Call us now to empower your engineers with advanced hands on skills training