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As a CPD course provider, our presentation material has been CPD certified by CIBSE

Ideal for consultants and electrical contractors, our CPD (Continuous Professional Development) presentations are based on our extensive knowledge of the critical power industry. Covering topics including design considerations, specifying, configuring, installing and commissioning power solutions as well as industry specific regulation and emerging technology, Power Control's CPD presentations are perfect for keeping you up to date with industry developments.

All CPD material is FREE and can be requested on demand. The presentations can either be done online or one of our specialists can visit your site and deliver the presentation face to face as a lunch and learn. A CPD certificate will be presented on completion.

CPD certified presentations

CPD 1 - HTM 06-01 requirements for UPS Systems

This presentation looks at the requirements set out in the HTM-06-01 for critical power infrastructure in a healthcare estate. It is ideal for consultants, contractors, engineers and facility managers who operate within the healthcare industry.


CPD 2 - An Introduction to Uninterruptible Power Supplies

This presentation provides an overview of what a UPS system is, how it works, design considerations, redundancy and possible configurations. It is ideal for consultants and engineers.


CPD 3 - Lithium-ion: An Alternative UPS Battery Technology

Lithium-ion is becoming an increasingly viable battery technology for use with UPS systems. This presentation looks in depth at the benefits of this battery technology, its uses, safety considerations and how it works with a UPS.


CPD 4 - Specifying central power supply systems

In partnership with Legrand, this presentation aims to provide a guide to specifying Central Power Supply Systems (CPSS)


CPD 5 - UPS Isolation and 4-Pole Switching

This presentation looks at what a UPS is, the three types of galvanic isolation, the possible reasons for a loss of neutral supply and the possible preventative solutions for isolation in modular and transformer free UPS systems.