Human Performance for System Operators with Simulation
Understanding the psychology and physiology of human performance can help improve awareness and critical thinking skills essential to improving reliability of the bulk power system. Students learn to identify the correct tools for system operators and reduce unwanted variables in human behaviors. This NERC CEH training class is designed to make operators more aware of what goes into their decision making through practice and exercises on our proprietary power system simulator.
- Human performance and operator tasks
- Understanding the effects of psychology and physiology on performance
- Recognizing error-likely situations
- Identifying proper tools for specific system operations error-likely situations
- Identify how the current view of human error impacts the performance of system operators
- Identify and explain terms and errors related to system operator human errors
- Describe the types of attention we have as well as the limitations that exist on our attention
- Identify and define mental biases and shortcuts
This class is:
16 CEH 8 SIM
This class can be combined with others to make full day or multiple day classes.
All HSI CEH classes combine instructor lecture with a variety of simulation scenarios.
All CEH classes are private. Classes must be a minimum of two days. HSI reports all earned CEHs to the NERC SOCCED database. Learning objectives may change based on class length.