4th Class Power Engineer: Call to Invest in Your Future

Ready to make the call to invest in your future? Our 4th Class Power Engineer course in Langley, BC is open for registration now!

Finish off the year strong by advancing in your career. Take part in our final stage of the 4th class program running November 15th to December 10th, 2021.

As mentioned in our 4TH CLASS POWER ENGINEER – YOUR CAREER BEGINS HERE! blog post…

If operating and managing industrial and commercial plant equipment, such as boilers and refrigeration equipment, is your idea of an exciting career, TFM offers the training to help you get there. And as a Certified Power Engineer, you will have the opportunity to operate such equipment across all Canadian provinces and territories.


What Does a 4th Class Power Engineer Do?

As described on www.technicalsafetybc.ca

The 4th class power engineer certificate of qualification allows you to be the:

  • Chief engineer of a plant with a corresponding or lower class
  • Shift engineer of a plant up to one class higher than the class of this certificate
  • Person in charge of any type or size of refrigeration plant

Also, keep in mind that there are a variety of qualifying factors in order to apply for the certificate. These include:

  • Completion of a 4th Class Power Engineer course
  • A mechanical degree in engineering
  • A Marine Engineer certificate

What Does Our Part B Course Include?

  • Prime Movers & Engines
  • Pumps & Compressors
  • Lubrication
  • Electricity
  • Controls, Instrumentation & Computers
  • Heating Boilers
  • Environment
  • Material & Welding
  • Piping & Valves
  • High Pressure Boiler Design
  • Auxiliary Building Systems
  • Absorption Refrigeration
  • Air Conditioning
  • Air Conditioning Systems


Start Date: November 15, 2021 to December 10, 2021

Time: Monday – Friday from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm

Tuition Fee: $3,395.95, and includes all textbooks, supplies and taxes. Only 15 students will be accepted. Available in class and through our Virtual Academy.

Curious to know more? Click here -> 4th Class Power Engineering Curriculum. Or contact us via email info@tfmci.com or by calling 778-873-1050.

We look forward to receiving your call and helping you invest in your future!