Helping to Improve the Performance of Electricity Networks

Training & Workshops

We can develop and tailor bespoke Power System plant and equipment courses as part of clients’ ongoing training programmes. This can be based upon our services displayed to the right.

We have been delivering technical courses in all aspects of power engineering for a number of years.

We find that the best approach to successful training of this nature is delivered via a variety of slides, videos, interactive sessions and learning generated via case studies.

Training can be based around the asset management elements of ISO 55000 and will encompass successful plant and equipment operation as per the simplified diagram shown on the following PDF:

A selection of bespoke courses are listed below:

  • Asset Management Training
  • Authorised Person Training Courses for Operations Personnel
  • Cable Joints, Terminations & Accessories
  • Cables for Power Systems
  • Condition Monitoring Training programme
  • Design of Fault Limiting Reactors, Switchgear & Transformers
  • Distribution network design & planning course
  • Earthing – Benchmarking of Earth Application Practices

A selection of bespoke courses are listed below:

  • Electrical Safety Training
  • ISO 55000 Route to Effective Asset Management
  • Overhead Line Training
  • Power Engineering Training
  • Power System Protection Course
  • SF6 awareness course
  • Substation Design Course
  • Substation Earthing course
  • Transformers for Power Systems

We have a wealth of experience working with clients to identify their training needs. Threepwood Consulting can develop knowledge based training modules to meet these requirements. For more information please contact us.


Threepwood successfully hosted a workshop in October 2017 themed around Plant and Equipment Specification issues that may impact Duty Holders when tendering. Presentations were based on case studies and how innovation and new technologies impacts standards and specifications.

  • Legal aspects of Standards and Specifications;
  • Recent changes in Regulations;
  • Manufacturers Perspective of Plant & Equipment Specifications;
  • Type and Routine test pitfalls;
  • Factory Acceptance Testing;
  • Commissioning Plant & Equipment.
The Workshop provided guidance for anyone involved in Specification writing and was ideal for both new and experienced engineers in the Power Industry.

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