San Diego, Calif., Nov. 1, 2012 – Power Analytics Corporation, a leader in advanced electrical power software solutions, is announcing the company’s expanded 2013 training schedule. The training sessions will meet customers’ needs for advanced technical training for industrial applications. Many classes will be held online and others will take place in two Power Analytics locations, San Diego and Raleigh, N.C., as well as at Penn State University.

“Power Analytics is committed to providing the best power systems modeling and diagnosis products available; however, powerful tools are just the start,” said John Jennings, Director of Product Management for Power Analytics. “Whether our customers need Paladin® DesignBase™ software training, a general power system course, or assistance using our software on projects, Power Analytics’ training and continuing education courses are the perfect way to continually add depth to power systems design knowledge.”

For more information and to register online, please visit http://www.poweranalytics.com/power-analytics-training-program/. The training courses and dates are as follows:

Jan. 22 – 24 in San Diego, Paladin Power Systems Modeling Essentials

Jan. 29 – 30 in Raleigh, Paladin Live General Operation and Administration

Feb. 6 – 7 online, Modeling and Design of Photovoltaic Systems

Feb. 11 – 15 in Raleigh, Paladin Live Partner and Strategy

Feb. 12 – 14 at Penn State University, Paladin Power Systems Modeling Essentials

March 19 – 21 in San Diego, Paladin Advanced Power Systems Modeling

March 26 – 27 online, Modeling and Design of Wind Farms

March 26 – 27 in Raleigh, Paladin Live General Operation and Administration (Advanced)

March 27 at Penn State University, Paladin Microgrid Introduction Workshop

April 2 online, Advanced Paladin Reports: Customization, Creation, Operational Integration

April 16 – 18 in San Diego, Paladin Power Systems Modeling Essentials

April 24 at Penn State, Paladin Microgrid Basics Course

May 7 – 9 at Penn State, Paladin Power Systems Modeling Essentials

May 21 – 22 in Raleigh, Paladin Live General Operation and Administration

May 28 – 29 online, Power Fault Analysis Based on IEEE and IEC Standards

June 18 – 20 in San Diego, Paladin Power Systems Modeling Essentials

June 26 online, Optimal Design Using Simulation Based Methodology

June 24 – 28 in Raleigh, Paladin Live Partner and Strategy

July 22 – 26 in San Diego, DesignBase – Commercial – Basic and Advanced combined classes

July 23 – 24 in Raleigh, Paladin Live General Operation and Administration (Advanced)

July 30 online, Using Paladin Live for Capacity Recovery and Planning

Aug. 20 – 22 at Penn State, Paladin Power Systems Modeling Essentials

Sept. 10 – 11 in Raleigh, Paladin Live General Operation and Administration

Sept. 17 – 19 in San Diego, Paladin Power Systems Modeling Essentials

Sept. 23 – 27 in Raleigh, Paladin Live Partner and Strategy

Sept. 25 – 26 online, Power Fault Analysis Based on IEEE and IEC Standards

Sept. 25 at Penn State, Paladin Microgrid Introduction Workshop

Oct. 22 – 24 in San Diego, Paladin Power Systems Modeling Essentials

Oct. 30 at Penn State, Paladin Microgrid Basics Course

Nov. 6 – 7 in Raleigh, Paladin Live General Operation and Administration (Advanced)

Nov. 19 – 20 online, Modeling and Design of Photovoltaic Systems

Nov. 19 – 21 in Raleigh, Paladin Power Systems Modeling Essentials

Nov. 27 in Raleigh, Advanced Paladin Reports: Customization, Creation, Operational Integration

Dec. 17 – 19 in San Diego, Paladin Advanced Power Systems Modeling

About Power Analytics Corporation

Used by the power industry for more than 25 years, Power Analytics’ software solutions have surged to the forefront of the electrical system planning, operation and smart grid market space for use in energy intensive, mission-critical facilities and microgrids. Paladin products currently protect more than $100 billion in customer assets including financial data centers, air traffic control sites, military installations, deep sea oil platforms, and power generation and distribution facilities. The company is headquartered in San Diego, Calif., and has a smart grid center of excellence in Raleigh, N.C.

Paladin, Paladin DesignBase, Paladin Live, Paladin SmartGrid, and Power Analytics are trademarks of Power Analytics Corporation. For more information about Power Analytics and its products, visit www.PowerAnalytics.com.

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