4th CLASS POWER ENGINEER (PART A)

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A Power Engineering Career Begins Here!

Power engineers maintain, operate and manage both industrial and commercial plants that use boiler and refrigeration equipment. Only certified Power Engineers are permitted to operate such equipment across all Canadian provinces and territories.

TFM Consultants International LTD offers courses and training that will help you achieve your goals in this booming industry. Our programs will provide you with the knowledge and skills that allow you to write the interprovincial exams to become a certified power engineer.

4th CLASS POWER ENGINEER (PART A) PROGRAM

The 4th Class Power Engineer (Part A) program provides the technical knowledge and skills needed by individuals wanting to enter into the field of power engineering. In addition; upon successful completion of the program, students are prepared to write their Technical Safety BC interprovincial examination. This is the first of two exams towards the 4th Class Power Engineer Certificate.

THE PROGRAM

This program is taught in a “classroom style” environment. It consists of demonstrations, lectures, visual presentations and exercises that help to enhance the material covered. Furthermore; this is all presented in an easy going manner with many open discussions as it is intended to teach persons with little or no experience.

COURSE OUTLINE

  • Applied Mathematics
  • Elementary Mechanics & Dynamics
  • Elementary Thermodynamics
  • Mechanical Drawing & Administration
  • The Safety Code Act
  • Workplace Hazardous Materials
  • Plant Safety
  • Plant Fire Protection
  • Environment
  • Material & Welding
  • Piping & Valves
  • High Pressure Boiler Design
  • High Pressure Boiler Parts & Fittings
  • High Pressure Boiler Operation
  • Feedwater Treatment

See the link for a more in depth outline of the TFMCI program. 4th Class Power Engineering Curriculum

COURSE DURATION

The 4th Class Power Engineering (Part A) program is a 180 hour program which is accredited through the Technical Safety BC. To clarify; the course is Monday to Friday 8:30am to 5:00pm. Students will be required to complete some homework assignments and allow for additional studying outside of class.

APPLY TO THE PROGRAM

Interested in applying for the program? See our schedule below.

PROGRAM FEES

The cost for the 4th Class Power Engineering (Part A) Program is $3395.95. This includes all program material needed, text books, notebook, calculator and taxes.

QUESTIONS?

If you need additional information about any of our programs or services, please don’t hesitate to contact us. info@tfmci.com or 778-873-1050.