Course Overview

With an increased urbanization of electrical energy combined with rising standards of living, the competition for sustainable energy supply has been on the increase for a prolonged period of time. Urban population requires basic services including transport, fresh water supply, energy, communication, and sanitation. The energy supply of those condensed human settlements poses a challenge to planners, whether their focus was urban, transport, energy, etc.


Improved transportation, green buildings, water conservation and reuse, and smart grid infrastructure are just the main features of our sustainable cities. Cities continue to grow as more and more people move into urban areas and with this shift towards urbanization, cities are experiencing an increasing strain on their current infrastructure systems. Roadways, power grids, telecommunications lines and public transportation are all systems which rely on a strong infrastructure to handle demand. To meet the growing demand for power, an intelligent and flexible grid infrastructure, is essential.

The knowledge of the Electrical Wiring Installation, Standards and Inspection makes the operation better and easier, maintenance less, and the possibility of fire from wires is minimum.

Course Objectives

Upon completing this course, the learner will be able to meet these overall objectives:

• Detail Functional Classification of power system.

• Apply the Power System equipment selection.

• Detailed Building Wiring Calculations.

• Introduce Design, Selection, Commissioning and Troubleshooting of LV Distribution Network.

• Introduce the Electric wiring installation Apply the wiring inspection techniques.

Who Should Attend

Power Engineers including Utility Engineers, control engineers, Electrical inspectors, Maintenance Engineers, Power system protection & control, Project engineers, Safety professionals.