Basic Power Plant Training Program
What’s this area about?
The processes and the systems used in these power plants are complex and diverse. Some employees work their entire career in one small section of the process, never seeing, much less understanding, the importance and impact of how problems in one area affect another or how a small variance from specifications causes huge dollar losses for the corporation. Many employers recognize the benefit of employing knowledgeable workers that understand the full spectrum of the plant. As a matter of fact, managers and executives also make better decisions when the big picture is understood from a technical perspective.
We are the exclusive provider and developer of this one-of-a-kind Certificate program that can be taken module at a time. It is a highly respected program developed in cooperation with Georgia Pacific and now widely used by large organizations like Nippon Paper as well.
What can IZUNA offer?
The program is available in distance education format—self study—with online tests. The materials also include Instructor Guides for qualified trainers teaching a classroom version of the course.
The Basic Power Plant Training program consists of seventeen modules covering critical areas of the plant including:
- Instrumentation and control systems
- Condensate systems
- Auxiliary systems
Here are the module titles:
- Overview of the Pulp and Papermaking Process
- Overview of the Power and Recovery areas
- Introduction to Boilers
- Power Plant Science
- Oil and Gas Fired Boilers
- Stoker Fired Boilers
- Wood Waste
- Pulverized Coal Firing
- Ash Removal Systems
- Boiler Controls
- Power Plant Auxiliary Equipment
- Water Processing and Conditioning
- Steam Distribution System
- Condensate System
- Boiler Feedwater System
- Steam Turbines
- Electrical Production and Distribution
To find out more, please contact us.