About this Course
The following course is intended to help you to prepare for the NERC Certification Exam. This course will familiarize you with many concepts that you should expect to encounter in the exam.
In this part you will discuss what should happen when islanded. For instance, what does using one or more generators to energize lines and loads after blackout require? How should frequency be set before picking up load? For first load pick-up during black-start, what is required?
In lesson one, you will review different black-start scenarios and e-Tagging highlights, and discuss how to qualify for an exception (cancellation request). The second lesson consists of control and performance review questions, such as minimum requirements of spinning reserve, how CPSI can be interpreted, and inadvertent interchange accumulations pay back.
The course also offers a variety of review documents, study tools, and practice exam questions to aid you in your preparation efforts. This course is a tool and to be effective it must be coupled with your study of the NERC Standards and real-time application thereof.
|Name:||North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC)|
|Address:||116-390 Village Boulevard|