Advance to the Next Level: Refrigeration Plant Operator – 5th Class Refrigeration Course

Are you seeking to advance to the next level as a Refrigeration Plant Operator? TFM is offering our 5th Class Refrigeration Course starting this April!

Whether you currently maintain, operate or manage either an industrial or commercial plant, utilizing boiler and refrigeration equipment – join us this spring as we help Power Engineers progress in their career.

Why Choose TFM for Your 5th Class Refrigeration Training?

TFM has become known across Canada as the lead trainer for Power Engineers. We are proud to offer a group of power engineering specialists and facilities management consultants with many years of field and management experience.

These are individuals with experience in a variety of fields, including plant operations within pulp mills, petrochemical industry, forest industry and large building facilities throughout our ‘true north strong and free’.

Via our trainers; our power engineering course in Langley will provide you with the knowledge and skills needed to write the interprovincial exam, becoming a certified 5th class power engineer before summer.


Our 5th Class Refrigeration Plant Operator begins April 12th, running Monday – Friday from 830am – 430 pm at our TFM Training Centre in Langley, BC (view map).

The instructors leading this class will be both Mike Garcia and Lou Roussinos, both experts in the field and well-liked by the community of individuals they have trained over the years.

Small class sizes are important to us to ensure an optimal training environment and safety protocols. As such, only 15 students will be accepted for this course, which will be taught both in class and through our newly developed virtual academy.

The cost for the Refrigeration Plant Operator Power Engineer Program is $3295.95, including textbooks, notebook, calculator and taxes.


  • Legislation and Boiler Industry History
  • Canadian Standards Association Code – B52
  • Basic Mathematics (Geometry) + Basic Sciences (Mechanics)
  • Thermodynamics + Electricity
  • Refrigeration Fundamentals
  • Compressors, Controls and Instrumentation, Condensers and Cooling Towers
  • Pumps and Pump Maintenance
  • Evaporators and Cooling Coils
  • Plant Administration + Plant Operations and Maintenance + Building and Plant Safety
  • Air Conditioning
  • Fire Protection
  • Logbooks

Curious to know more? See the link for a more in-depth outline of our TFMCI program here -> Refrigeration Plant Operator Power Engineering Curriculum  or feel free to contact us at or 778-873-1050.