Product Training Syllabus

PowerOn™ User

PowerOn Control Window
PowerOn Control Window
Please contact us for the schedule of this course.

What will I learn from this course?

This course is designed to instruct end users how to use the PowerOn software application in performing their jobs. This course covers all the core functionality of the control window and map window, and also covers scenario based workflows as found in an operations dispatch center.


Who Should Attend?

This course is designed for end users, typically dispatchers, who are responsible for trouble order management, switching, clearances, assurances, outage management, and crew management responsibilities.
In some cases, it is appropriate for IT support personnel to attend this training to better understand the end user requirements and functionality.

Prerequisites
There are no mandatory prerequisites for this course. Ideally, students should have experience of:

Working in Windows® / Mouse Functions

Experience working in a Distribution Dispatch Center

Experience in outage management and emergency and planned switching


Course Duration

5 days

Course Objectives
At the end of the course, participants will be able to:

Understand what PowerOn is and how to use the application

Understand the reasons for using PowerOn

Gain a good understanding of the PowerOn architecture

Become famililar with the interface and how to use the basic Outage Management process


Course Agenda

Basic NS "No Service" Orders

Moving Outage Prediction

In-Service ”IS” Orders

NS Orders – switching with existing devices, dynamic phasing and switching with temporary devices

Managing Groups of Orders, Follow up orders and archiving

Unlocated Trouble Calls

POIC (PowerOn Information Center)

PORD (PowerOn Remote Dispatch)