Electrical design course

Training on an Electrical Design Course is crucial for anyone in the MEP (Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing) or other construction industries, including electrical engineers, technicians, managers, and others. Here are some reasons why:  

Compliance with Safety Standards: Electrical systems can pose a significant threat to the safety of the building occupants if not designed correctly. By taking an electrical design course, engineers and technicians will learn about the latest safety codes and regulations, and how to design systems that comply with these standards. This knowledge will help ensure that electrical systems are safe, reliable, and energy-efficient.  

Efficient Design: Electrical systems designed efficiently with minimal energy wastage will save a lot of energy and reduce costs. Engineers and technicians who have undergone the Electrical Design Course will have the knowledge and skills necessary to design energy-efficient electrical systems, saving the client a lot of money in the long run.  

Understanding Electric Circuits: Electric circuits are the backbone of electrical systems, and understanding them is essential for electrical engineers and technicians. The Electrical Design Course teaches learners about electric circuits, circuit analysis, and how to design circuits for specific applications. This knowledge is vital in ensuring that the electrical systems function correctly.  

Cost-Effective Design: Electrical systems designed to be cost-effective will save the client a lot of money, which is important in today's competitive business environment. By taking an Electrical Design Course, engineers and technicians will learn how to design cost-effective electrical systems without compromising quality.  

Career Advancement: Training in an Electrical Design Course can help electrical engineers, technicians, and managers advance their careers. This training at IIPD will increase their skillset and make them more valuable to their employers, which can lead to promotions, salary increases, and more job opportunities.  

In summary, training in an Electrical Design Course is crucial for anyone working in the industry. It provides learners with the knowledge and skills necessary to design electrical systems that are safe, efficient, cost-effective, and comply with the latest safety standards.

What you'll learn  

  • Complete Electrical Engineering Design Training with Autocad  
  • Complete Lighting Designing in DIALux  
  • Panel Schedule, Load Balancing for Electrical Distribution Panels with Excel Software  
  • Analyze Electrical Systems using ETAP  
  • Sizing Low Voltage Cables and Circuit Breakers  
  • Electrical Low Voltage Calculations Manually By Using Excel Sheets  
  • Design Electrical Distribution Networks (Single Line Diagram)  
  • Learn about the Distribution transformer's Properties, Types, and Ratings  
  • Power Factor Corrections Systems Ratings and Calculations  
  • Voltage Drop and Short Circuit Analysis in Excel and ETAP Software  
  • Design of Earthing & Lightning Systems  
  • Lighting & Power Distribution Design in Autocad  

MODULE -1 Electricity Introduction and Basics

  • Basics Concept of Electrical Engineering  
  • Ohm's Law, Voltage, Current, Resistance, Power and Loads in series and parallel  
  • AC and DC currents  
  • How is AC Current generated, Transmitted, Distributed, and Consumed  
  • DC and AC Generators, Transformers, Single and 3 phase Induction Motor  
  • Star Delta Connections  

MODULE -2 Field Instruments Used in Industry

  • Switchgear: Various switchgear (Spst, Spdt, Contactors, Selector Switch) and Push Buttons  
  • Relays, Timers, and Counters  
  • Protection Devices: RCCB, MCB, FUSE, ELCB, Overload Relay, Sockets  
  • Solenoid Valves, Control Valves, Level Sensors, Flow Sensors, Rtd, Proximity Switch, IR Sensor, Motion, Metal and Non-Metal, Float Sensor, Pressure Sensors, Encoder, Capacitive Sensor, Limit Switch, Potentiometer, Buzzer, Pump, Smoke Sensor  

MODULE -3 Electrical Control Circuits

  • Single-phase and 3-phase systems.  
  • Different Types of Control Circuits and Power Circuits for Motors  
  • Connection of Loads (Series and Parallel)  
  • Inching/Jogging  
  • Relay Logic Wiring Techniques.  
  • DOL Starter with Power Contactor and Control Contactor  
  • Forward and Reverse Operation of an Induction Motor  
  • Star - Delta Starter (Manual and Automatic)  

MODULE - 4 Symbols and Abbreviations

  • Electrical Symbols  
  • Abbreviations
  • Load details of various electrical equipment  
  • Saving electrical energy  

MODULE - 5 Illumination Design & AC System

  • Basics - Luminance  
  • Lux level recommended standard  
  • Types of lighting  
  • Mounting of lighting fixtures  
  • Illumination Calculations based on lux level in the particular area and selection of different types of lights.


  • Lighting load calculation  
  • Raw Power Load Calculation  
  • AC Load Calculation  
  • Peak Demand Calculation  


  • Parts of a transformer  
  • Cooling methods  
  • Types of transformers  
  • Losses in a transformer  
  • Transformer protection  
  • Transformer sizing  
  • Earthing of transformer  


  • Advantages of a DG set  
  • Types for DG sets  
  • Installation  
  • Protection  
  • Faults  
  • Sizing  


  • Introduction  
  • Working  
  • Battery sizes  
  • UPS sizing  
  • Battery sizing  

MODULE - 10 Switch Gear Selection  

  • (Fuse, Circuit Breakers & Relay)
  • Types of Circuit Breakers  
  • Working Principle of Circuit Breaker  
  • Standard Sizes of Circuit Breakers  
  • Circuit Breaker Selection based on short circuit capacity  
  • Circuit breaker sizing  


  • Types of Cables  
  • Selection of cable  
  • Voltage drop calculations  
  • Short circuit calculations  
  • BUS BAR calculations  
  • BUS Duct  
  • Conduits & Cable trays  


  • Importance of Earthing, Points to Be Earthed  
  • Earthing calculations  
  • The calculation for Lightening arrestors  


  • Introduction to Capacitor Banks  
  • Advantages of improved power factor  
  • Capacitor Bank Sizing  


  • Designing of Villas & Apartments  
  • Designing of High-Rise Building  
  • Designing of Malls  


  • DIALUX  

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