KEMA Vice President of Automation John McDonald, P.E., is leading two training courses in November to advance utility professionals’ knowledge of modern EMS and SCADA technology developments, emerging practices, trends and issues that are impacting utility power system projects.

The Modern Energy Management Systems Power System short course will be held Nov. 7-9, 2007, at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, Georgia. This course is designed for professionals involved in EMS design, ISO or RTO design, operations and planning studies.

The SCADA, Substation and Feeder Automation in Electric Utilities course will be held Nov. 12–14, 2007, at Iowa State University, Scheman Building in Ames, Iowa. This course is designed for professionals involved in building or retrofitting substations or distribution systems with SCADA and substation integration and automation equipment.

Additional information about the courses, including course brochures, is available at: www.kemaseminars.com.