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To provide the module participants with in-depth knowledge of the deterioration and failure mechanisms of major power systems equipment and assets, and with the competency to monitor and assess the conditions and health status of these assets. With the number of aging assets in power generation and T&D growing, and increasing installation of new type of assets such as solar photovoltaic and power electronic-based systems, there is urgent need to improve the knowledge and competency of power engineering professionals in condition monitoring of these assets. The topics of this module shall be presented in three broad areas:
  • Condition Monitoring of Rotating Electrical Machines – Generators and motors are subjected to high mechanical and electrical stresses and have many possible failure mechanisms. Requirements of instrumentation, signal processing and monitoring through temperature, chemical, vibrational and electrical techniques are covered.
  • Condition Monitoring of High Voltage Equipment -  Transmission lines, cables, transformer and switchgears are subjected to high voltage stresses and understanding of failure mechanisms in the different types of insulation employed in such equipment is important. Gas, oil and partial discharge analysis are covered.
  • Recent Advances in Condition Monitoring and Health Prognosis –Electrochemical-based energy storage systems, solar photovoltaic systems and power flow converters are increasingly integrated as assets in power grids and the common failure mechanisms are of electrochemical origins, semiconductor nature or metallic nature in the die-packaging interface. Big data, pervasive sensing and computational intelligence are transforming the nature of condition monitoring and health prognosis applications in smart grids.

Teaching Team

What You’ll Learn

  • Failure modes and reliability assessment
  • Instrumentation and signal processing
  • Integrated condition monitoring and health prognosis
  • Temperature-based monitoring techniques
  • Chemical-based monitoring techniques;
  • Vibration-based monitoring techniques;
  • Electrical measurement-based monitoring techniques
  • Partial discharge-based techniques
  • Computational intelligence-based techniques
  • Condition-based maintenance and asset management

Who Should Attend

  • Engineers working in power and energy sector;
  • IT professionals in any power and energy related businesses;
  • Electrical and electronic engineering professionals;
  • Researchers and educators in electrical engineering and urban sustainability related areas

SITizens Learning Credits (SLC) - Eligible Course

This course is SITizens Learning Credits (SLC) eligible. Please refer to the user guide how to register for courses utilising your SLC.

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  • Bachelor degree in engineering
  • At least one year relevant working experience

Certificate and Assessment

A Certificate of Participation will be issued to participants who
  • Attend 75% of the module.
  • Undertake the Continuous Assessment

A Certificate of Attainment will be issued to participants who:
  • Attend at least 75% of the module, and
  • Participants who pass the Continuous Assessment and Exam Paper will earn 6 ECTS credits, which are stackable for PGCert or MSc qualifications.

Continuing Professional Development

This module is eligible for the following continuing professional development units:


Date Time Venue
13 Jan - 21 Apr 2022  Every Thursdays, 7pm - 10pm  Zoom


Category Full Fee After SF Funding
Singapore Citizen (Below 40) /
Singapore PR
$3,482.85 $1,044.86
Singapore Citizen (40 & above) $3,482.85 $393.86
Non-Singaporeans $3,482.85 Not Eligible
  • All figures include GST. GST applies to individuals and Singapore-registered companies.
  • You can opt for either SkillsFuture Funding or Mid-Career Enhanced Subsidy. Both cannot be combined.

Learn more about funding types available

Terms & Conditions:

SkillsFuture Funding

To be eligible for the 70% training grant awarded, applicants (and/or their sponsoring organisations where applicable) must:
  1. Be a Singaporean Citizen or Singapore Permanent Resident
  2. Not receive any other funding from government sources in respect of the actual grant disbursed for the programme

SkillsFuture Mid-Career Enhanced Subsidy

To be eligible for the 90% enhanced subsidy awarded, applicants (and/or their sponsoring organisations where applicable) must:
  1. Be a Singaporean Citizen
  2. Be at least 40 years old
  3. Not receive any other funding from government sources in respect of the actual grant disbursed for the programme

SIT reserves the right to collect the balance of the programme fees (i.e. the potential grant amount) directly from the applicants (and/or their sponsoring organisations where applicable) should the above requirements not be fulfilled.

SIT reserves the right to make changes to published course information, including dates, times, venues, fees and instructors without prior notice.

What Industry Experts Say?

Extract from preface of an official reference book for this module:
“……. the availability of advanced electronics and software in powerful instrumentation, computers and digital signal processors has simplified and extended our ability to instrument and analyse machinery, not least in the important area of visualising the results of complex condition-monitoring analysis. As a result, condition monitoring is now being applied to a wider range of systems, from fault-tolerant drives of a few hundred watts in the aerospace industry, to machinery of several hundred megawatts in major capital plant. The value of the fundamental contribution to these advances by many analysts over the last 20 years cannot be underestimated and they will play a major part in the future.” – [Peter Tavner, Li Ran, Jim Penman and Howard Sedding, “Condition Monitoring of Rotating Electrical Machines”, The Institution of Engineering and Technology, United Kingdom, 2008.]

Course Series

Find out more about the Modular Certification Courses - Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE)

These modules are stackable towards a Postgraduate Certificate in Electrical and Electronic Engineering (PGCert EEE) or can be taken individually as a single module as follows:

  • EEE6001 Power Systems Analysis and Control
  • EEE6002 Power Electronic Conversion
  • EEE6003 Electrification for Transportation and Built Environment
  • EEE6004 Power Systems Fault Analysis and Protection
  • EEE6005 Power Quality and Reliability
  • EEE6006 Smart Grids and Cyber Security
  • EEE6007 Analysis and Design of Electrical Machine Systems
  • EEE6008 Condition Monitoring in Power Engineering
  • EEE6009 Energy Resources, Market and Economics
  • EEE6010 Professional Practices in Power Engineering

Each module carries 6 ECTS credits which are stackable for graduate qualification of PGCert EEE. Candidates who pass any of the above 4 modules (totalling 24 credits) with a CGPA of 2.5 or more will be awarded the Postgraduate Certificate in Electrical and Electronic Engineering (PGCert EEE) by SIT. All the above modules are subsidised by SkillsFuture Singapore. Eligible individual may enjoy up to a maximum of 5 subsidised modules.

The above modules have been renamed from EPE60XX to EEE60XX for modules starting from Sep 2019. There is otherwise no change in stackability towards the Postgraduate Certificate in Electrical and Electronic Engineering (PGCert EEE)

SITizens Learning Credits

Key Info

Venue Zoom
Time 07:00 PM to 10:00 PM
Date 13 Jan 2022 (Thu) to
12 Apr 2022 (Tue)
Registration is Closed.

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