Short Courses

AS 2067 Substation and HV Installations

Understand AS 2067:2016 and the critical concepts to consider when designing HV installations exceeding 1kV a.c.
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Understand AS 2067:2016 and the critical concepts to consider when designing HV installations exceeding 1kV a.c.

This interactive virtual workshop will provide a thorough overview of AS2067, a mandatory standard for HV design.

Delivered by John Giles, an electrical engineer and design manager with over 40 years of HV experience, you'll gain a deep understanding of the critical technical concepts, clauses and design requirements indicated by the standard.

Following a detailed explanation of the sections of the standard, John will then expand on the major concepts including topics such as clearances, earthing, fire risk mitigation, equipment requirements.

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4 Hours
Location & dates

11 November

Additional Information

This course will run on 11 November 2021 at 9:00am - 1:30pm AEDT.

RSVP reminders

Registration for this course will close at 11:59pm AEDT on Monday 8 November.

We can customise this course for groups of six or more.

You choose the time, place, duration and format.

Find out how we can help you and your team by clicking on the button below to request a quote or calling us directly on +61 3 9321 1700.

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Learning outcomes
  • Understand what AS2067 contains
  • Understand the fundamental technical concepts in the standards contract
  • Understand how to apply clearances
  • Understand earthing requirements
  • Understand fire risk management
Is this course for you?

Is this course for you?

This workshop is relevant to professionals working in Electrical Utilities, Transmission and distribution, large power users, Generators and renewable energy providers.

Relevant roles include but are not limited to:

  • HV designers
  • Design managers
  • Project Managers
  • Commissioning engineers

This course is most relevant to graduate to mid-level engineers.

Topics we'll cover

Topics we'll cover

  • Insulation – coordination, selection, clearances
  • Equipment standards and requirements
  • Installation design – indoor, outdoor, building requirements
  • Safety measures – direct and indirect contact, arc faults, lightning, fire and explosion
  • Auxiliary systems – control and protection
  • Earthing
  • Inspection and testing

There are no prerequisites for this course.

John Giles FIEAust CPEng
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