PSS® Training

Power System Simulation and Modelling

The utility industry is undergoing a transformation, and utilities need to adapt their business processes and tools in order to continue to achieve their objectives in a sustainable way.


Power system planners and operators require powerful, flexible and intuitive software tools to support their daily grid simulation and analysis work. The local experts at Siemens in Australia have the knowledge to prepare you for these challenges.


As specialists in training and continuing education in the fields of energy transmission and distribution (T&D), the commercial use of electrical energy, and Digital Grid technology, we can help you broaden your capabilities, expand your knowledge, and help you lay the foundation for your future success.


Take an active step in shaping your career today and broaden your knowledge in the following topics:

-          Basic introduction to Grid Simulation Software – PSS®E, SINCAL or CAPE.

-          PSS®E - Power Flow and Steady State Analysis Using PSS®E and SINCAL.

-          Advanced Dynamic Simulation for PSS®E and SINCAL.

-          PSS®E Version 34 and Python™ Integrating Workflow.

Upcoming Events

PSS® E User Training: Advanced Dynamic Simulation


PSS®E is used in over 140 countries and offers the distinct advantage of being one of the leading power transmission simulation and analysis tools in the world.


PSS®E – Advanced Dynamic Simulation for PSS®E is a hands-on course designed for experienced engineers interested in learning advanced analysis of system stability and dynamics. Examples and exercises focus on dynamic modelling of components such as synchronous generators, excitation systems, prime movers, wind turbines, HVDC and FACTS devices, and loads.


Dates: 11th, 12th, 13th, 18th, 19th May 2021 (5 Day Course)

Format: Remote Learning (Microsoft Teams)

Time: 9:30am – 4:30pm AEDT


Training Fee: A$2,500  *Discounts available for customers with M&S*



•       Students to have foundational knowledge of power studies

•       Students to bring own laptops with PSS®E installed