NERC Continuing Education Courses
The courses listed below are NERC–approved continuing education courses to help you meet the number of required CE hours for maintaining the validity of your NERC certification.
8001 AC Voltage Generation
Learn the basics of alternating current and resistive circuit analysis.
8002 Power Factor
Understand the concepts of reactive power and power factor correction.
8003 Impedance and Voltage Drop
Understand impedance, circuit resonance, and the effects of voltage drop.
8004 Three Phase Power Systems
Learn the main features of three-phase systems, transformers, and direct current.
8005 System Layout
Learn about primary distribution systems and assuring continuity of service.
8006 Overhead Lines
Learn about overhead distribution lines, including pole design and more.
Discover the fundamentals of distribution substations.
8010 Substation Transformers
Examine substation transformers: construction, insulation, cooling, and more.
8011 Distribution Transformers
Study distribution transformer selection, fault tolerance, and more.
8012 Fault-Interrupting Devices
Examine fault-interrupting devices like circuit breakers, reclosers, and fuses.
8013 Non-Fault Interrupting Devices
Learn about the applications for non-fault interrupting devices.
8014 Voltage-Control Devices
Learn about voltage control devices for distribution systems.
BSC (BSC_001) is recognized by the North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) as a continuing Education provider who adheres to NERC CE Program Criteria.
360training.com L&K International Division (LK_Intl_001) is recognized by the North American Electric Reliability Corporation as a continuing education provider that adheres to NERC CE Program Criteria.