Power Engineers – Roles and Responsibilities in the Industry

Power Engineer Training in BC delivers a plethora of technical skills and certifications to safely operate equipment in a variety of industries, as well as be able to apply processes highly regulated by boiler and pressure vessel legislations.

From 5rd Class Power Engineer Training all the way up to 3rd Class Power Engineer Training, this type of training will allow you to take on different roles, operating steam boilers, fired heaters, pressure vessels and refrigeration systems – just to name a few.

As well, practical systems practices such as the ability to oversee auxiliary equipment including: pumps, electrical generators, gas and steam turbines, compressors, motors, cooling towers such as air conditioning systems and water treatment systems, are also part of the roles and responsibilities of someone who has received Training as a Power Engineer.

Power Engineering Courses will allow you to choose a career path that includes:

  • Steam Engineer
  • Steam Plant Operator
  • Operating & Stationary Engineer
  • Building Operator
  • Boiler Operator
  • Refrigerator Plan Operator
  • …and more

The Working Environment of a Power Engineer

As a Trained Power Engineer, you will be able to work in both industrial as well as commercial facilities, as nearly all public buildings have a variety of utility systems that require a Certified Power Engineer to oversee operations.

From boilers and air conditioning systems to major complexes fueled by electric generators, pressure vessels and gas turbines, a Power Engineer will be the one called upon to support utility systems in industries such as.

  • Gas Plants & Refineries
  • Oil Sands & Mines
  • Pulp Mills & Sawmills
  • Breweries & Food Production Facilities
  • Hotels & Offices
  • Power Generation Stations
  • Chemical & Petrochemical Plants

At TFM Consultants International, we fully understand and appreciate the roles and responsibilities within the Power Engineer sector, which is why our training comes from a group of Power Engineering Specialists and Facilities Management Consultants with many years of field and management experience throughout Canada.

Power Engineers work in diverse and exciting industries, which we look forward to introducing you to within our accredited programs here in our fully equipped training facility in Langley, BC!