Power Engineers are growing in demand across Canada as less and less men and women move into careers within the trades arena. Which is why we are here to tell you about ‘Power Engineer Career Potential and Training in Canada’ at TFMCI!
What Does a Power Engineer Do?
Power Engineers are responsible for maintaining, operating and managing boiler and refrigeration equipment within either industrial or commercial plants. It offers a wide variety of duties, industry types and environments.
Can Anyone Apply to Become a Power Engineer?
No. Only those who are certified as a Power Engineer are employable prospects able to fix, operate, and oversee such equipment within all Canadian provinces and territories. So as a trained Power Engineer, it puts you into a small sector of people who have the certification for these such careers across Canada, making this a niche job market, and a potentially prosperous one as well.
What Does the Power Engineer Course Involve?
The TFMCI Refrigeration Plant Operator Program will cover the technical knowledge and skills needed for the job, preparing you to write the Technical Safety BC examination thereafter.
The program itself is introduced in a comfortable classroom setting, offering lectures and demonstrations that involve visual presentation and written exercises, while keeping the course mainstream and easy to absorb for individuals from all walks of life.
The Course Outline Includes:
- Legislation and Boiler Industry History
- Canadian Standards Association Code – B52
- Basic Mathematics (Geometry) and Basic Sciences (Mechanics)
- Thermodynamics and Electricity
- Plant Administration
- Refrigeration Fundamentals
- Compressors, Controls and Instrumentation, Condensers and Cooling Towers
- Pumps & Pump Maintenance
- Evaporators and Cooling Coils
- Plant Operations and Maintenance
- Air Conditioning
- Building & Plant Safety
- Fire Protection as well as Log Books
What Is the Cost and Duration of the Program?
The program runs over the course 120 hours, which takes 3-weeks to complete, at a cost of $3295.95 – including all program materials needed such as: text books, notebooks, a calculator as well as all taxes!
Curious to know more? Click Refrigeration Plant Operator Power Engineering Curriculum email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 778-873-1050. We look forward to helping you gain a career as a Power Engineer, and begin leading the way in an in-demand industry across Canada!