Cable aging management has received increased industry focus over the last several years as plants enter into their first periods of extended operation and make plans for subsequent license renewal. This three-day technical training will cover the state of the art in cable aging management technologies for nuclear power plants and how these tools can be used to satisfy license renewal commitments, support EQ programs, and extend the life of installed cables for either. Topics to be covered include the fundamentals of cable aging management, understanding regulatory guidance, identifying degradation, in-situ and laboratory condition monitoring technologies, industry operating experience, and methods for extending the life of installed cables. A special emphasis will be placed on technologies for aging management of low voltage and instrumentation and control cables. Course information will be provided through class lectures as well as hands-on demonstrations.
The course will be held on February 13-15, 2024 at the Holiday Inn Orlando – Disney Springs Area, Florida. A room block at a rate of $174 + fees will be available on a first-come first-served basis. Please contact the Hotel at www.ihg.com, using the event name “AMS Corporation Training”, to make reservations.