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  • Postal address: 5-1610 Palmerston Way
    Winnipeg, MB
    Canada
    R2T 6M0
  • Home phone: 204-859-3456
  • Mobile phone: 204-799-6378
  • Email address: rommuel@learningagents.ca

Essential Skills

Essential Skills: Computer Use

Essential Skills: Computer Use

Essential Skills: Continous Learning

Essential Skills: Continous Learning

Essential Skills: Critical Thinking

Essential Skills: Critical Thinking

Essential Skills: Document Use

Essential Skills: Document Use

Essential Skills: Numeracy

Essential Skills: Numeracy

Essential Skills: Oral Communication

Essential Skills: Oral Communication

Essential Skills: Reading Skills

Essential Skills: Reading Skills

Essential Skills: Working With Others

Essential Skills: Working With Others

Essential Skills: Writing Skills

Essential Skills: Writing Skills

Previous workplace 1

This is the quality inspection group I used to worked with. I was assigned as the "run to" person for lots that had failed outgoing inspection. I verified the call-outs and provided lot disposition. Had just finished the day's work when the picture was taken.
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Previous workplace 2

I was the team leader for the quality assurance photo sensor product division. With me are subject matter experts (SME's) in documentation, failure analysis and statistical process control. I was working on a project with the SME's when it was taken.
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About me

Professional Memberships

The group I belong to in downtown Winnipeg is called Venio Dictum. I recommend it highly.

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Featured workshop

This presentation is from a US company. It uses simple game ideas to make smart grid data meaningful to consumers and engages them in new behaviours that conserve energy. This has helped me rethink my approach to presenting the benefits of the smart grid.

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Professional Workshops

18 September 2012

ABSTRACT - The earliest wind turbine generators used induction generators without power electronics. In the early 1990’s , power electronics were first applied extending from the induction generator to doubly fed induction generators. In North America, any use of power electronics was covered by patents and these limited application of power electronics to wind turbine generators. Feeders from wind farms to the main ac network may be ac transmission, ac transmission with series capacitors, and now with dc transmission except for the one supplier who owns the patents. There are issues where various configurations of power electronics and their controls have a significant impact on performance on whether the wind farm will even function, Conventional transient stability studies cannot always predict how wind farms will respond through various contingencies. Advanced EMT tools are needed with detailed models of the wind farms with their power electronics represented exactly.

Location: IEEE Power & Energy Society, Winnipeg, MB

7 September 2012

Led by Lauren Au of Manitoba Hydro International Ltd.

Location: IEEE GOLD, University of Manitoba

Total hours: 2.5
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Career Goals

Begin the Power Electrician apprentice program (apply through Manitoba Hydro)

Find work as a full time Power Electrician

Find work as an Electrical Engineering Technician

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Employment History

I was promoted to quality assessment while in this job

Electronic Inspector Conception Integrated Devices
2002 - 2005
Electronics Assembler/Fabricator Conception Integrated Devices
1998 - 2002
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Academic Goals

Complete the Qualified Electrical Worker Safety Training in August 

Begin the Power Electrician apprentice program (apply through Manitoba Hydro)

Complete the 4 year Power Electrician program and earn Red Seal 

Eventually enroll in a community college to obtain Electrical Engineering Technician status

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Education History

Qualified Electrical Worker Safety Training (Certificate) at Sigma Electronics, Winnipeg
Aug 2010 - Aug 2010

Introduction to Canadian Electrical Codes and Regulations (Certificate) at Manitoba Electrical Association, Winnipeg
June 2010 - June 2010

Advanced Blueprint Reading (Certificate) at Seine River Technical College, Winnipeg
April 2010 - May 2010

Basic Blueprint Reading (Certificate) at Seine River Technical College, Winnipeg
March 2010 - April 2010

Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (6 credits short of completing) (Degree) at University of Siquijor, Philippines
2006 - 2009

High School (Diploma) at Manila Christian Academy, Philippines
1992 - 1997

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Comments

Don Presant
22 October 2011, 3:31 PM
Don Presant
22 October 2011, 3:38 PM

Great work Rommuel! I really like the slideshow. maybe you can make the Slidecasts a bit bigger?

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