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Power Line Worker Substation Level 2 Trainee Guide

Power Line Worker Substation Level 2 Trainee GuidePhysical Product
  • By NCCER
  • Pub. Date: Nov 6, 2012 by Pearson.
  • ISBN-10: 0-13-295343-9
  • ISBN-13: 978-0-13-295343-6

Student/Retail Price: $129.33

Institutional/Business Price: $97.00

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  • Description
  • Table of Contents

This exceptionally produced trainee guide features a highly illustrated design, technical hints and tips from industry experts, review questions and a whole lot more! Key content includes: Introduction to Substations, Managing Electrical Hazards, Alternating Current and Three-Phase Systems, Conductors and Cables, Cable Tray, Conduit Bending, Conductor Installations, Conductor Terminations and Splicing, Grounding Systems, Grades, Concrete Work, Mechanical Construction Methods and Materials, and Intermediate Rigging.

 

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Table of Contents

(Total Level Hours: 180)

 

Introduction to Substations (10 Hours)

Trainee $19 ISBN 978-0-13-296779-2

Instructor $19 ISBN 978-0-13-296785-3

Provides an overview of the different types and functions of substations. Identifies the various voltage classes and

introduces the primary equipment and components found in substations. Safe work practices and access issues related to

substations are presented, as well as an introduction to oneline diagrams. (Module ID 82201-12)

 

Managing Electrical Hazards (12.5 Hours)

(Module ID 26501-12; from Electrical)

Trainee $22 ISBN 978-0-13-294869-2

Instructor $22 ISBN 978-0-13-294917-0

 

Alternating Current and Three-Phase Systems (17.5 Hours)

Trainee $19 ISBN 978-0-13-274259-7

Instructor $19 ISBN 978-0-13-274266-5

Introduces the development of both single- and three-phase alternating current. Analyzes the relationship of AC phases and

introduces key components used to refine AC power. Discusses the operation of transformers and introduces trainees to

advanced AC concepts such as reactive power and the power factor. (Module ID 80201-12)

 

Conductors and Cables (10 Hours)

Trainee $19 ISBN 978-0-13-296780-8

Instructor $19 ISBN 978-0-13-296786-0

Identifies the many types, sizes, and applications of conductors and cables. Fiber-optic cable is also introduced. Reviews the

use of cable drawings and schedules. Provides coverage of the methods of routing cables underground in the substation

environment. (Module ID 82202-12)

 

Cable Tray (7.5 Hours)

(Module ID 26207-11; from Electrical Level Two)

Trainee $19 ISBN 978-0-13-266136-2

Instructor $19 ISBN 978-0-13-266147-8

 

Conduit Bending (15 Hours)

(Module ID 26204-11; from Electrical Level Two)

Trainee $19 ISBN 978-0-13-266133-1

Instructor $19 ISBN 978-0-13-266144-7

 

Conductor Installations (10 Hours)

(Module ID 26206-11; from Electrical Level Two)

Trainee $19 ISBN 978-0-13-266135-5

Instructor $19 ISBN 978-0-13-266146-1

 

Conductor Terminations and Splicing (7.5 Hours)

(Module ID 26208-11; from Electrical Level Two)

Trainee $19 ISBN 978-0-13-266137-9

Instructor $19 ISBN 978-0-13-266149-2

 

Grounding Systems (12.5 Hours)

Trainee $19 ISBN 978-0-13-296782-2

Instructor $19 ISBN 978-0-13-296787-7

Describes the purpose and arrangement of grounding systems installed beneath a substation. Covers the materials of

construction and the approaches to reliable ground system connections. Introduces safety concerns and precautions

associated with substation and grounding grid expansion. (Module ID 82203-12)

 

Grades (15 Hours)

(Module ID 22106-12; from Heavy Equipment Operations Level One)

Trainee $19 ISBN 978-0-13-292311-8

Instructor $19 ISBN 978-0-13-292319-4

 

Concrete Work (35 Hours)

Trainee $19 ISBN 978-0-13-296783-9

Instructor $19 ISBN 978-0-13-296788-4

Provides comprehensive coverage of concrete pouring and finishing techniques. Includes detailed information on concrete

types and their uses. Form layout and construction, along with basic surveying skills, is presented. Also provides detailed

coverage of rebar types and their common geometric forms. (Module ID 82204-12)

 

Mechanical Construction Methods and Materials (17.5 Hours)

Trainee $19 ISBN 978-0-13-296784-6

Instructor $19 ISBN 978-0-13-296789-1

Covers the diverse types of substation structures and their composition. Identifies components commonly supported

by structures and the various bus forms and materials of construction. Includes thorough coverage of threaded fasteners

along with mechanical torquing tools and procedures. (Module ID 82205-12)

 

Intermediate Rigging (10 Hours)

(Module ID 38201-11; from Intermediate Rigger)

Trainee $19 IsBN 978-0-13-266181-2

Instructor $19 IsBN 978-0-13-266185-0

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