The course provides you with an opportunity to understand Electrical Power System Protection dynamics. You will gain an understanding of the principles and design techniques necessary to select and apply overcurrent, differential and distance relays to the protection of lines, busbars, cables, transformers and generators. This course will help delegates to understand the capabilities of electro-mechanical and numerical protection and that electrical network integrity depends on a well-conceived and correctly implemented protection philosophy that satisfies the conflicting requirements of dependability, security of speed. You will learn how numerical or micro-processor based relaying schemes operate, their advantages and disadvantages compared with electro-mechanical relaying schemes and why today’s numerical protection unit is not just a relay but a multi-function protection control and monitoring system. The course will further expose the delegates to the practical calculation procedures for fault currents and relay settings.