This seminar series introduces the basic concepts of Electrical Engineering to non-engineers in preparation for the Professional Masters Diploma Program in Energy and Innovation at Ryerson University. The seminar series covers the basic properties of electricity, such as power, energy, charge, current and voltage. Concepts such as DC and AC circuit analysis, transformers and electrical machines, interconnected power systems, protection and control, power electronic devices and converters, and renewable energy will also be covered.
At the end of the seminar series the attendees will be provided with a Record of Attendance. Note that receiving the Record of Attendance does not guarantee admission into the PMDip Energy and Innovation Program.
The workshop series teaches various basic concepts of Electrical Engineering as prerequisites for the Professional Masters Diploma program in Energy and Innovation.
Successful candidates of this course shall be able to:
As part of the last topic, a demonstration in the Schneider Electric Smart Grid Laboratory, Canada’s first university-based smart grid lab, will elucidate some of the key power system concepts learned in this course.
$1,300 per person.