Session attendees will understand the operation and construction of various types of motor and transformer along with their common failure modes. They will also learn the foundational measurements needed to determine the electrical integrity of a circuit including voltage, current, resistance, impedance, inductance, and capacitance. The use of low voltage offline testing and online testing is explained, demonstrated and practiced. The class is enhanced with actual field case histories, team working exercises and the use of hands-on measurements on real motors. Participants will discuss and review various analysis methodologies and applications to more effectively use electrical condition monitoring measurements to assess motor and transformer health in preventive maintenance inspections and routines. Session attendees return to the facility ready to more effectively communicate with condition monitoring personnel and assist with: asset strategy development, machinery performance audits and a renewed determination to remove failure sources.