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This 5 day course has been taught continuously since 1981 and provides maintenance personnel responsible for electrical systems with predictive and preventative testing and maintenance skills. It is taught in one of our mobile training centers set up specifically for maintaining and testing electrical equipment. Participants will be involved in a combination of classroom and hands-on labs which they can then apply to their own testing and maintenance programs.

This course is 75% hands on and will teach your students to inspect, test, troubleshoot and maintain common electrical equipment. Your equipment will also be incorporated into the training. If your equipment is not available for practical work then the instructor will explain the testing required for your equipment including examples and simple demonstrations. Our instructors have extensive experience with substation and plant electrical equipment and can address a broad range of systems.

This course has been attended by engineers, electricians, technicians, technologists, supervisors, managers as well as instrument supervisors managing electrical departments.

Who should attend: Electricians, Technicians, Line Worker, Generator Mechanics, Metering Specialists and any other worker who's daily duties involve the maintenance of HV and related systems.

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February 12 – 16, 2018 Edmonton, AB OR18012 $2799.00 + Tax Per Attendee Register
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  • Kevin Johnson, Enbridge Pipelines
    “The course material was very practical and the instructor kept good class interaction and good explanations. The course is good for all levels of field personnel.”
  • Fred Broder, Owner - Broder Electric.
    "Very good. The instructor was knowledgable and willing to answer questions."
  • Lorne Bily, Mosaic Potash
    “The instructor was very knowledgeable, I really enjoyed the course. I learned lots and will be prepared to trouble shoot problems.”
  • Barry Durdle, Syncrude Canada
    “Great information to make all of us aware of the safe way to test, danger zone to be aware of, test results that you should see and how to use a Megger a correct way.”
  • John Earnshaw, Mosaic Potash
    “The instructor was very good and full of information. The course was very informative and I think it will help lots out in the field for maintenance.”

Course topics

I. INSULATION

Objective: Describe insulation materials and the methods to quickly and accurately diagnose their insulation quality.

II. CABLES

Objective: Describe cable construction and the methods to splice or terminate the various types of cable.

III. POWER TRANSFORMERS

Objective: Describe the function and operation of transformers.

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I. INSULATION

Objective: Describe insulation materials and the methods to quickly and accurately diagnose their insulation quality.

  • Describe The Qualities Of Good Insulation And Factors Affecting Deterioration
  • Describe The Methods Of Testing Insulation And Interpretation Of Test Results
  • Currents That Flow Through Insulation
  • Current responses
  • Insulation resistance readings
  • When and why insulation degrades
  • What happens when insulation deteriorates
  • When and why insulation tests should be carried out
  • Types of insulation tests
  • Diagnostic insulation test
  • Test voltage
  • Insulation resistance standards
  • Temperature correction
  • Conversion factor chart
  • Explanation of meters and meggers
  • Short time / spot test
  • Test methods
  • Test equipment
  • Test results
  • High voltage insulators

II. CABLES

Objective: Describe cable construction and the methods to splice or terminate the various types of cable.

  • Describe the construction of shielded and non-shielded cable
  • Termination of cables
  • Describe the methods of testing cables and interpretation of test results
  • Basic types of cable insulation
  • Cable splicing
  • Cable faults and problems
  • Types of cables, cable shields and cable failure
  • Why you would shield a cable

III. POWER TRANSFORMERS

Objective: Describe the function and operation of transformers.

  • Different types of power transformers
  • Interpret nameplate data
  • Describe protection system
  • Describe construction of power transformers
  • Demonstrate proper method of taking oil samples
  • Describe maintenance procedures testing and schedule
  • Review safety procedures critical to power transformers

IV. INSTRUMENT TRANSFORMERS

Objective: Describe IT operation and application.

  • Describe CT operation and application

V. DISCONNECTS

Objective: Describe the function of disconnects.

  • Describe the various types of disconnect
  • Explain maintenance on disconnects
  • Review safety procedures critical to disconnects

VI. SWITCHGEAR

Objective: Identify various types of switchgear.

  • Describe the operation of switchgear
  • Describe tests that can be done on switchgear
  • Explain switchgear maintenance and schedule
  • Review safety procedures critical to switchgear

VII. BREAKERS

Objective: Describe circuit breaker operation.

  • Review safety procedures critical to breakers
  • List the correct steps for removal and restoration of a circuit breaker
  • Describe the operation of electrically operated circuit breaker controls
  • Describe the operation of breaker mechanisms

VIII. FUSES

Objective: Explain the function of fuses.

  • Describe the various types of fuses
  • Review safety procedures critical to fuses
  • List the correct steps for removal and restoration of fuses

IX. RELAYS

Objective: Define the principles and operation of protective devices.

  • Describe power system disturbances
  • Describe the protective functions of various relays
  • Interpret relay flags and deduce probable cause

X. CO-ORDINATION

Objective: Define the principles of co-ordination of protective devices.

  • Explain the process of co-ordination
  • Interpret time/current curves

XI. STARTERS

Objective: Explain the operation of high voltage starters.

  • Describe various types of starters
  • List types of motor protection
  • Explain test procedures for starters
  • Review safety procedures critical to starters

XII. MOTORS

Objective: Explain the operation of high voltage motors.

  • Describe various types of motors
  • Explain test procedures for motors
  • Explain motor maintenance and schedule
  • Review safety procedures critical to starters

XIII. CAPACITORS

Objective: Explain the operation of high voltage capacitors.

  • Describe various types of capacitor installations
  • Explain test procedures for capacitors
  • Review safety procedures critical to capacitors

XIV. GENERATORS

Objective: Explain the operation of high voltage generators.

  • Describe the operation of various types of generators
  • Explain test procedures for generators
  • Explain generator maintenance and schedule
  • Review safety procedures critical to generators

XV. EMERGENCY SYSTEMS

Objective: Explain the operation of various high voltage back-up systems.

  • Describe various types of emergency systems: batteries, transfers, ties, temporary etc.
  • Explain test procedures for operation of these systems
  • Explain maintenance and schedule for emergency systems
  • Review critical safety procedures

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    With 33 years of on the job experience at Hydro One, doing consulting work for McGregor Allsop, Trow Engineering Consultants and Dillion and Associates, Dave has acquired extensive knowledge of electrical equipment, installations and legislative requirements. While with Hydro One, Dave was involved with many projects including: - Held the lead role in the implementation of the new Training Development...

    • Dennis Lohr, Manning Forest Products
      “Dave Neal was one of the best instructors I have had for any course.”
    • Adam Kyle, TransAlta
      “Very informative. Dave Neal keeps the topics interesting, and to the point. His real-life experience is a real asset to teach a course like this. Would recommend him to teach any related course.”
    • Bero Balaban, Nortown Electrical Contractors
      “This course was very informative. Dave Neal made it very interesting and interactive. Stressed the importance on how to avoid arc flash and what was needed to survive an arc flash. He did a great job.”
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  • Edward Rideout

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    Ed Rideout has been involved with the electrical field in many ways for nearly 35 years. His electrical experience started when he was just out of vocational school and was hired as the sole electrician at a local fish plant in charge of six fishing trawlers, a power house and a fish plant facility. In 1975 Ed went on to work with Nova Scotia Power, first as an apprentice electrician in a generating...

    • Bruce Barrett, Lynk Electric
      "Instructor was very clear and professional about his job and explained course details very well. Ed took the time to go over the details and showed lots of interesting videos."
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      "Ed was clear and to the point, he gave good examples relative to the topic. This course and the instructor have made an impact on how I will approach my work in the future."
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  • Fred Tanguay

    Years of Experience
    39

    With 30+ years of knowledge and experience gained from working in a variety of areas including power apparatus maintenance and commissioning, power engineering and design as well as training seminars for industrial and utility clients, Fred has a lot to offer students. In addition to an in-depth background in these areas, Fred also has qualifications in the following: - Occupational Health & Safety...

    • Ryan Dworkin, Syncrude Canada
      Course was well delivered. Lots of information was received in a low stress, interactive environment.
    • Amanda Cardina, Syncrude Canada
      This is a great course! Lots of relevant information and some that may be useful in the future. Fred is a great instructor that knows his stuff. It was a great 5 day course!
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      Course was very informative. Very hands on onto learning which tends to stick better.
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  • “The course was well presented with lots of hands on work in the lab working with transformers, breakers and disconnects. I will be able to take this knowledge I have learnt and use it in my day to day work.”

    Mark Johnson, Mosaic Potash
  • “Learned some valuable information that will be valuable in the future like the hands-on training. The instructor was very knowledgeable.”

    Marlowe Schmiess, Enbridge Pipelines
  • “The instructor was very funny. He was always there when you needed help and shared a lot of life story experiences. He related a lot of safety concerns and how to go about it. He talked about what is in our control and what isn't.”

    Dwayne Lafayette, Mosaic Potash
  • “Very good course. It teaches a lot about testing and making better decisions about the condition of electrical equipment. This will help with troubleshooting and improves electrical safety for electricians and the site.”

    Dave Robinson, Mosaic Esterhazy
  • “Very knowledgeable in test equipment, great life experience in all types of the test equipment. Respectful students and patient. Course was good knowing what to do with results and make knowledgeable recommendations to rectify the problems.”

    Ray Vinish, Mosaic Potash
  • “The course material was very practical and the instructor kept good class interaction and good explanations. The course is good for all levels of field personnel.”

    Kevin Johnson, Enbridge Pipelines
  • “Very knowledgeable, explains well. Every new electrician in an industrial environment should attend a course like this.”

    Felix Kirshner, City of Ottawa
  • “Good course, very knowledgeable instructor. Great learning opportunity to try new test instruments out. It’s nice some pieces were set up for failure, nice to see not every test being a pass.”

    Aaron Belanger, Syncrude Canada
  • "I found the course very informative. It was relevant to the work we will perform and will make a difference in our ability to perform the work in a safe manner."

    Kirk Hackwell, LP Dawson Creek
  • “The instructor was very friendly and easy to talk to and explained things nice and slow. He was very down to earth. The course was very informative and the equipment was great, there was lots of testing equipment. Very enjoyable, no pressure when it came time to testing labs. It was the most enjoyable...

    Todd Blundon, City of Ottawa
  • “The instructor was very knowledgeable. Some things including using a megger, I thought I understand well before the course. After the course I now know I really didn't understand test equipment, breakers etc. as well as I thought. Taking this course gave me more knowledge and more confidence in doing...

    Willie Suidak, Mosaic Potash
  • “Excellent course material with good hands on equipment. The instructor was very good with knowledge in all areas of the course.”

    John Brennan, Enbridge Pipelines
  • “I liked being able to see in the breaker and the transformer, also seeing the different ways of testing them. There was lots of really good information in the class.”

    Matt Brown, Koch Fertilizer Canada
  • "Very good. The instructor was knowledgable and willing to answer questions."

    Fred Broder, Owner - Broder Electric.
  • “The course was very well presented and the class numbers work because the instructor was able to help each one of us out when needed. The equipment was good examples of different types of testing equipment, old and new. Very well organized instructor with a great sense of humor (thanks for that).”

    M. Zwick, Mosaic Potash
  • "All of the information from this course is applicable. I would suggest it for all electricians and it helps that the instructor had worked on all the high voltage equipment before. Personal experience helped this course a lot."

    Rob Birtles, Shell Canada Ltd.
  • “The instructor was very knowledgeable and used that knowledge to educate students of the different types of testing for cables, transformers, breakers, motors and etc. I have a better understanding of the purpose of each type of test, the meaning of the results and the safety precautions required...

    Trevor Maynes, Enbridge Pipelines
  • “Exceeded my expectations both in classroom time and lab time. I would recommend this for all electrical maintenance workers. The material covered is relevant to today's equipment.”

    Frank Bartlett, Irving Pulp and Paper
  • “Excellent instructor. I recommend this course to all electricians. I welcome more courses (ex. Troubleshooting).”

    Darrell Knourek, Mosaic Potash
  • "I found this course highly beneficial, as it gave me a better understanding of relay protection, current calculation and breakers. The instructor gave excellent real world examples on faults and maintenance so I would recommend others to take this course."

    Robert Aucoin, Cornerbrook Pulp and Paper
  • “I recommend this course to all coworkers. The instructor has lots of knowledge and answers all the questions with detail. I learned a lot within the five days.”

    Kris, City of Ottawa
  • "This HVM course has provided me with information to maintain and work more safely with electrical equipment and to understand why Arc Flash protection is needed."

    Charles Woodrow, LP Dawson Creek
  • “Excellent. We want every year to take a course from your company."

    Bruce Fowler, City of Ottawa
  • “The instructor was great. He was knowledgeable and easy to understand and not to dry. Overall, I would say that this course was excellent especially compared to others I have attended.”

    Jim Wagner, City of Ottawa
  • "This course was well worth it. The direction on how to accomplish certain tasks will be very useful."

    Dan Carnelli, Cancarb Ltd
  • “The instructor; Fred Tanguay was very knowledgeable and explained different concepts very well. The testing we did on cables will pay off right away. Fred knew a lot about the different course outcomes and was able to transfer that knowledge into good demonstrations. I would highly recommend this...

    Jesse Wanger, Syncrude Canada
  • "This was a valuable interpretation of control circuits, grounding and motor starters. I would recommend this course to other electricians. It had excellent content and the instructor was very knowledgeable."

    Mark Capron, Shell Canada Ltd
  • “Awesome and excellent teaching technique. Strongly recommend to other coworkers.”

    Bin Yang, City of Ottawa
  • “I found the course very good. I would definitely recommend this type of training to all personnel that would be working on our switch gears, transformers and breakers.”

    Ernesto Pacada, City of Ottawa
  • “One of the best courses I have ever taken. The hands on aspect were very good in keeping it interesting and informative. The instructor was very knowledgeable and informative. The instructors; Dave Neal and Fred Tanguay were very knowledgeable and informative as well. The relaxed environment also...

    Ron Holland, Syncrude Canada
  • “The instructor, Dave Neal was very good, he was full of information. The course was very informative and I think it will help lots in the field for maintenance.”

    Jon Earnshaw, Mosaic
  • “The instructor was very knowledgeable, I really enjoyed the course. I learned lots and will be prepared to trouble shoot problems.”

    Lorne Bily, Mosaic Potash
  • “The instructor was very informative with lots of real situation examples to help explain concepts. The course covers a very large area of information which is good to know.”

    Jason Mathes, Mosaic Potash
  • “The course was informative, interesting and helps teach why we do some of the testing that we do. The instructor was really good; he had a great understanding of the equipment being used, why we use it and past experience to explain it.”

    Travis Cluett, Syncrude Canada
  • “The course was very well laid out and informative. It covers a wide variety of tests on a wide variety of systems. Instructor was knowledgeable and kept course interesting. Nice to do mostly hands on and physical testing. Good course. Thanks, it was fun.”

    Henry Simonson, Enbridge Pipelines
  • “Awesome training. The instructor is knowledgeable for this course. Recommended for anybody that is maintaining High Voltage substation.”

    Alberto Sapad, Syncrude Canada
  • “Very knowledgeable with experience in every subject of this course. He teaches in a way we all can learn.”

    Jeff Barnaby, City of Ottawa
  • “Well-put forward and in-depth and useful to know. Importance of safety was put forward, would be an asset to all electrical maintenance manpower to have.”

    Garry Storbakken, Enbridge Pipelines
  • "The most valuable information that I got from this course was lots of knowledge and preventative maintenance. I got to use a new tester that I have never used before, general troubleshooting and it was also a good refresher course."

    Georges Elias, Syncrude
  • “Everything was good; any training we can get at Mosaic is a good thing. Knowledge is power and empowering people is a good thing.”

    Chance Pendleton, Mosaic Potash
  • "...a wealth of information to be learned."

    Steve Dawson, Electrician - Campbell & Kennedy.
  • “The instructor had abundant knowledge for this course and use of the training trailer was very helpful.”

    P. Duncan, City of Ottawa
  • “It was very good to get some hands on training with measuring instruments and learning how to interpret readings. Very good course overall.”

    Jamie Ingjaldson, Mosaic Potash
  • "...valuable teaching on the proper use of HV test equipment, what test equipment to use and the reading we should see while doing so in a safe manner."

    Neil Guyat, Operations Supervisor - Smith & Long Ltd.
  • “Excellent course, I should have had this a long time ago. The instructor was fantastic, very personable and explained things very well. I definitely recommend this course to anyone working in high voltage positions.”

    Kim Robinson, Mosaic Potash
  • “I think this course was valuable. I got sufficient time to practice tasks I was interested in and tasks I need on my job. The instructor, Ed Rideout was always helpful and answered questions.”

    Sandro Maruert, Mosaic Esterhazy
  • “Instructor was very knowledgeable on electrical. With all his testing and equipment he helped me to understand. I feel more confident on testing.”

    Jeremy Burchart, Syncrude Canada
  • “The instructor was very knowledgeable. Took the time to explain all questions asked. The mobile lab had lots of tests to run through and was very organized.”

    Paulo Ribeiro, Hydro Ottawa
  • “I found it very good, based on the fact that in my job I rarely work with the test equipment as well as the electrical equipment used. Learning how to properly use the megger will help me out in the long run as that is the most used testing equipment I use.”

    Ian Flett, Syncrude Canada
  • “I thought the instructor Ed did a very good job explaining the course. The instructor was very knowledgeable on what he was teaching us, and answered any questions we had. The course had a good breakdown of theory in the classroom, and hands-on in the trailer.”

    Bryce Balciunas, Mosaic Potash
  • “This course was very beneficial. We learnt about the meters in school vaguely, we did not use or troubleshoot them in school. This course showed us how to use the meters. The instructor was excellent and very knowledgeable.”

    Cindy Bolen, Mosaic Potash
  • “Knowledgeable instructor, eager to answer our questions and challenge us with troubleshooting tests, good variety of source material.”

    Chris Blackmore, Syncrude Canada
  • “The instructor, Dave Neal was very knowledgeable. I really enjoyed the course. I learnt lots and will be prepared to troubleshoot problems.”

    Lorne Bily, Mosaic
  • “This is a great course! Lots of relevant information and some that may be useful in the future. Fred Tanguay is a great instructor that knows his stuff. It was a great 5 day course!”

    Amanda Cardinal, Syncrude Canada
  • “Great information to make all of us aware of the safe way to test, danger zone to be aware of, test results that you should see and how to use a Megger a correct way.”

    Barry Durdle, Syncrude Canada
  • “Excellent course overall. The instructor is very knowledgeable and easy to approach. Progression of the course aided in learning the material quickly and efficiently. The hands on approach allows the student to see real world application of the theory taught.”

    Stuart Yemen, City of Ottawa
  • “The instructor was very good and full of information. The course was very informative and I think it will help lots out in the field for maintenance.”

    John Earnshaw, Mosaic Potash
  • “The instructor is very knowledgeable on all topics presented. He could relate real life situations in electrical maintenance. The course is presented in a good format of common approach by industry and what is mostly needed, hands on.”

    Sinclair Piller, Enbridge Pipelines
  • "This course was an excellent combination of theory and practical for testing and maintenance."

    Dean Wilson, Dow Chemical
  • “Lots of new techniques/information to learn from the span of 4 to 5 days. The instructor gave good guidance, answered questions effectively and gave good examples; encourages discussion which is good. Materials are excellent and lots of discussion regarding our equipment. The course gives guidance...

    Joseph Reyes, Mosaic Potash
  • “This was a very informative course. I liked using the different test equipment and seeing how the different breakers work. The instructor, Fred Tanguay explains things well and definitely knows his stuff. I don’t like it when an instructor reads to you out of the text book, Fred doesn’t do that...

    Chris Doan, Koch Fertilizer Canada ULC
  • “The course was well-presented with lots of hands on work in the lab work with transformers, breakers, and disconnects. Will be able to take this knowledge I have learned and use it in my day-to-day work.”

    Mark Johnson, Mosaic Potash
  • “The course was very well presented and the class numbers work because the instructor was able to help each one of us out when needed. The equipment was a good sample of different types of testing equipment old and new. Very well organized instructor with a great sense of humor. (Thanks for that)

    Margarida Zwick, Mosaic Potash
  • “The instructor was very knowledgeable on the test equipment and how to read the test equipment. The course shows you how to use the different test equipment.”

    Terry Chipp, Syncrude Canada Ltd.
  • "Very well put together, the lab was very well equipped to show us how to maintain and test equipment. The trainer was well versed in school and hands on. Would recommend this course to all new and veteran electricians. It shows us how to do maintenance and testing safely and correctly."

    Richard Seguin, City of Ottawa
  • “This course was very good and very informative. The instructor was excellent, very knowledgeable and lots of stories to relate to.”

    Dallas Lechman, Mosaic Potash
  • "Good course, teaching the value of using proper testing to maintain and troubleshoot. Lots of information that many electricians don't know or have forgotten"

    Alain Charron, Syncrude
  • “Very good and very well worth the time. Light years ahead of any other course. This is not my first course with Canada Training Group, but it is as good as the rest of the courses that they put on.”

    Phillip Payne, City of Ottawa
  • “I found the course very informative. I gained a lot of knowledge from our instructor. The instructor was VERY good and made the course very enjoyable. I feel that I have gained the knowledge I need to know to test equipment safely and properly. Thanks for a great experience.”

    Donald McRobb, Syncrude Canada
  • "I found this course extremely valuable in regards to reinforcing the foundations of electrical safety and how it feels to really identify potential hazards with regards to electrical equipment. This course really makes you appreciate the systems in place to protect personnel and how to recognize problems...

    Nikitas Alexopoulos, Syncrude
  • “I think this course was valuable. I got sufficient time to practice tasks I was interested in and tasks I need on my job. The instructor was always helpful and answered questions.”

    Sandro Maruert, Mosaic Potash
  • “The instructor was very knowledgeable and encouraged class participation, was very helpful in the lab. The labs were informative and more sufficient and more than sufficient time was allowed for completion.”

    Clint Thompson, Enbridge Pipelines
  • “The instructor was very knowledgeable. Some things including using a megger, I thought I understood well before the course. After the course, I now know I really didn’t understand test equipment, breakers etc as well I thought. Taking this course gave me more knowledge and more confidence in doing...

    Willie Suidak, Mosaic Potash
  • “Must have for all electrical personnel. Excellent hands-on training. The instructor was very knowledgeable and conveys it well to the class.”

    Ken MacMillan, Enbridge Pipelines
  • "The course covered a lot of material directly related to my job and I would recommend it to anyone doing this kind of industrial work."

    Damien Power, Cornerbrook Pulp and Paper
  • “The instructor was very knowledgeable and a good presenter of the information. The course was full of relevant/useful information used in my day to day.”

    Michael Kotar, City of Ottawa
  • “Course and instructor was very good. Much benefit was gained throughout the duration of this course. I feel that I am now more knowledgeable of specific equipment, and I feel confident enough to apply these learning to my on the job role.”

    Johnson Sherrard, Mosaic Potash
Day 1
Start Time, Introduction 08:00 - 10:00 am
Morning Break 10:00 - 10:15 am
Class Time 10:15 - 12:00 pm
Lunch 12:00 - 01:00 pm
Class Time, Followed by afternoon break 01:00 - 03:00 pm
Class Time, End Time 03:15 - 04:30 pm
Day 2
Start Time, Introduction 08:00 - 10:00 am
Morning Break 10:00 - 10:15 am
Class Time 10:15 - 12:00 pm
Lunch 12:00 - 01:00 pm
Class Time, Followed by afternoon break 01:00 - 03:00 pm
Class Time, End Time 03:15 - 04:30 pm
Day 3
Start Time, Introduction 08:00 - 10:00 am
Morning Break 10:00 - 10:15 am
Class Time 10:15 - 12:00 pm
Lunch 12:00 - 01:00 pm
Class Time, Followed by afternoon break 01:00 - 03:00 pm
Class Time, End Time 03:15 - 04:30 pm
Day 4
Start Time, Introduction 08:00 - 10:00 am
Morning Break 10:00 - 10:15 am
Class Time 10:15 - 12:00 pm
Lunch 12:00 - 01:00 pm
Class Time, Followed by afternoon break 01:00 - 03:00 pm
Class Time, End Time 03:15 - 04:30 pm
Day 5
Start Time, Introduction 08:00 - 10:00 am
Morning Break 10:00 - 10:15 am
Class Time 10:15 - 12:00 pm
Lunch 12:00 - 01:00 pm
Class Time, Followed by afternoon break 01:00 - 03:00 pm
Class Time, End Time 03:15 - 04:30 pm
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