# Electrical Systems: Commissioning & Maintenance: Masterclass

Learn the key ingredients to become a professional in Electrical System Commissioning and Maintenance

All the works needs energy. We know that Law of inertia, also called Newton’s first law, states that, if a body is at rest (or moving at a constant speed in a straight line), it will remain at rest (or keep moving in a straight line at constant speed) unless it is acted upon by a force.” So whenever we need to do some work we need force, we also know to generate force, we need energy.

What you’ll learn

• This course will help you become an Electrical Systems Professional.
• Understand Electrical Systems and components that comprise electrical systems.
• Learn about Electrical Loads, Calculation of Power Consumption of any premises including factory.
• How to compile, design and Commission Electrical System in Domestic, Commercial or Industrial establishment.
• Learn the process and best practices to Commission an Electrical System.
• Maintenance of an Electrical System.

Course Content

• Course Introduction, Electrical System & its Typical Components –> 3 lectures • 23min.
• Electrical System Installation –> 4 lectures • 45min.
• Safety and Maintenance –> 2 lectures • 18min.

Requirements

• No, yet basic understanding of Electricity will be helpful.

All the works needs energy. We know that Law of inertia, also called Newton’s first law, states that, if a body is at rest (or moving at a constant speed in a straight line), it will remain at rest (or keep moving in a straight line at constant speed) unless it is acted upon by a force.” So whenever we need to do some work we need force, we also know to generate force, we need energy.

But, we the human beings, have limitation in the amount of work we can do, so we want machines to do more work for us. Aren’t we already making robots to do even household chores? Now, imagine what all we would want machines to do at ‘work’.

Well, the point is that we are in the middle of 4th Industrial revolution. And more machines mean more electricity is required. All this electricity flows through an Electrical system. Now you have got the criticality of an Electrical system, right? Now can you Guess the criticality of electrical system in a hospital? Here we leave to your imaginations.

Back?

Well, the objective of this course is to help you learn how to plan and commission a good electrical system which will ensure all those machines can do the desired work they were intended for.

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