Australian Power Quality & Reliability Centre

Established 1996

Continuing Education Courses at APQRC

Download an APQRC brochure.

Download a list of Continuing Professional Development courses on offer for 2021.

For information on our Master of Electrical Power Engineering see the Postgraduate Education page

Upcoming courses
Advanced PSCAD 7-8 July
UOW Innovation Campus, Wollongong
Advanced PSCAD Technical Workshop This course focusses on the EMT study requirements for grid-scale renewable energy generator connections using PSCAD. More details
RDG 28-29 July
UOW, Wollongong
Renewable and Distributed Generation This course has been designed to assist managers, utility specialists and technical staff who wish to advise customers on renewable energy integration or who provide services to large clients. More details
BESS 4-5 August
UOW, Wollongong
Battery Energy Storage This course has been designed to assist any individual who is interested in or requires a better understanding of the operation and capabilities of battery energy storage systems, their advantages and disadvantages and how they can best be integrated into the electricity networks of the future. More details
Advanced QOS 18-19 August
UOW, Wollongong or Remote
Advanced Quality of Electrical Supply This course is an advanced course which builds on the Introductory Quality of Electrical Supply course and is designed to expand the coverage of selected power quality topics in order to give participants practical skills in the analysis and mitigation of specific problems. More details
Generator Connection 8-9 September
UOW, Wollongong
Generator Connection This course covers an overview of system strength and its relation with the connection and operation of power electronics based generating plant. Register
PQ4RE 22-23 September
Remote delivery
Power Quality with a Focus on Renewable Energy This course will focus on power quality in renewable energy generation rich environments. More details
Solar PV 20-21 October
Live Stream
Solar PV Energy Systems This course is designed to provide continuing professional development on the topic of solar PV generating technology and network integration issues. More details
PQ Standards 3-4 November
UOW, Wollongong
Application of Australian Power Quality Standards This course been designed to assist all individuals dealing with allocation of power quality emissions and would be of particular interest to engineers or technical officers working for network service providers or proponents connecting large loads or generators, particularly renewable energy generators such as solar and wind farms. Register

Continuing Education courses are offered at all levels. These range from

  • Awareness courses for senior management,
  • Review courses for engineering managers,
  • Technically detailed courses for professional engineers and technical staff from suppliers and users of electricity, to
  • Formal courses for the next generation of engineers and technicians.
  • See a list (PDF 829 KB) of courses available

The Centre, together with the School of Electrical, Computer and Telecommunications Engineering, has access to considerable experience at running practical modular short courses for Industry and several are planned in the power quality area.

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Examples of other courses available are:

Other courses that can be arranged include Electrical Drive Systems and Power Quality from an Energy Managers Perspective.

Workshops on Australian and International Standards are also available. Arrangements can be made to have the above courses or specially tailored courses on various aspects of power engineering delivered at your business (minimum numbers apply).

For further information and enquiries contact the Power Quality and Reliability Centre.

For the Masters of Electrical Power Engineering please contact:

Ms Raina Lewis
Tel: +61 (0)2 4221 3335
Email: raina_lewis

For other short courses please contact:

Mr Sean Elphick
Tel: +61 (0)2 4221 4737
Email: elpho
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