Live Webinar February 22 Fundamentals of Power System Protection


Our live session titled, Fundamentals of Power System Protection is taking place this Wednesday 22nd February at 9am UTC with Dr Steve Mackay - Dean of Engineering at Engineering Institute of Technology (EIT) and IDC Technologies.

To convert 9am UTC time to your local time, please CLICK HERE.

If you have selected to attend the session, please have a look at the instructions below and ensure you have the latest browser of Google Chrome to use the software.

Selected Recording Only?

After the session takes place, you will receive an email with the links to view the recording and slides. Please allow up to two weeks to receive this.


Attending the Session

We use the software, Electromeet during the webinar session.  Once you have logged in, there will be a link for a full tutorial on how to use the program. If you experience any problems while accessing Electromeet, please email Carol Moverley at, who will be joining you in the webinar session alongside Steve.

Important Note – Please ensure you have the latest version of Google Chrome in order for you to use Electromeet without any problems.


Electromeet HTML5 Access Key. CLICK HERE to enter the live session.



Please test you can log on prior to the session taking place and that your audio is working. Please log in at least 5 minutes prior to the session starting. At the beginning of the webinar, Carol will explain how to use your microphone and ask questions but please also take a look at the instructions, including screen shots which are below.


Instructions to enter the session


1. Click on the access key above to take you to Electromeet. When you come to the below Login and settings screen, simply type your full name in the first box (so we can see who is attending) and click on Login. See screen shot below.


2. You will then be in the classroom and ready for Steve to present the short webinar. You can type messages in the chat window at the bottom left of your screen. See screen shot below. 


We look forward to seeing you online tomorrow.