Meggers recent seminars in the latest developments for testing in substations have now been recognized to qualify for NETA Continuing Technical Development (CTD) credits. The two-day seminars have been added to NETAs commercial course list and NETA-certified Level III and IV technicians can attend the courses for 16 credits in Category 13, General.
Each seminar comprises two days of presentations, along with opportunities for delegates to discuss their testing needs and issues with Meggers engineers. Among the many topics that will be covered are substation battery condition assessment, ground testing in difficult environments, safe breaker testing, field testing of insulating oil, power quality monitoring in medium-voltage systems and transformer condition assessment.
All delegates will be provided with lunch on both days, and will be invited to a networking reception in the evening. In addition, they will be provided with a CD containing copies of all the presentations.
Seats are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information, call (800) 723-2861.