Australian Power Quality & Reliability Centre

Established 1996

Continuing Education Courses at APQRC

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Download information on the Continuing Professional Development courses available in 2019.

For information on our Master of Electrical Power Engineering see the Postgraduate Education page

Upcoming courses

Energy Storage Course

This course will mainly focus on battery energy storage applications covering the following topics:

  • Battery energy storage technologies.
  • Technical, economic and regulatory drivers for large-scale energy storage systems.
  • Battery management systems.
  • Grid support functionality and integration issues of battery energy storage systems.
  • Standards and codes for energy storage systems.
  • Impacts of energy storage on network quality of supply.

4-5 April 2019, Adina Apartment Hotel, Darling Harbour, Sydney

For full details download the Energy Storage Course (472 KB) brochure

By attending the course, you will gain knowledge and skills to assist you to:

  • Appreciate different battery energy storage technologies and their relative advantages and disadvantages.
  • Have a systematic understanding of the capabilities of battery energy storage systems and how they should be designed.
  • Understand battery management systems and their importance.
  • Gain knowledge of guidelines and standards for integration of energy storage systems into electricity grid.
  • Gain a practical understanding of various power quality problems associated with energy storage systems.

Who should attend?

Any individual who is interested or requires better understanding of the capabilities of battery energy storage systems, their advantages and disadvantages and how they can best be integrated into the electricity networks of the future.


To register please click on the link below:

For further enquiries please contact Ms Raina Lewis at the Australian Power Quality and Reliability Centre, University of Wollongong, (02) 4221 3335, or email

Continuing Education courses are offered at all levels. These range from

  • Awareness courses for senior management,
  • Review courses for engineering managers,
  • Technically detailed courses for professional engineers and technical staff from suppliers and users of electricity, to
  • Formal courses for the next generation of engineers and technicians.
  • See a list (PDF 829 KB) of courses available

The Centre, together with the School of Electrical, Computer and Telecommunications Engineering, has access to considerable experience at running practical modular short courses for Industry and several are planned in the power quality area.

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Examples of other courses available are:

Other courses that can be arranged include Electrical Drive Systems and Power Quality from an Energy Managers Perspective.

Workshops on Australian and International Standards are also available. Arrangements can be made to have the above courses or specially tailored courses on various aspects of power engineering delivered at your business (minimum numbers apply).

For further information and enquiries contact the Power Quality and Reliability Centre.

For the Masters of Electrical Power Engineering please contact:

Ms Raina Lewis
Tel: +61 (0)2 4221 3335
Email: raina_lewis

For other short courses please contact:

Mr Sean Elphick
Tel: +61 (0)2 4221 4737
Email: elpho
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