Looking to improve your essential services and move up in your career? Our 5th Class Power Engineer course would be an excellent fit then, helping you become part of industry leadership as well as an essential service provider, keeping businesses running smoothly across Canada.
From hospitals to pulp mills, oil industries to refineries, manufacturing plants and more, you – as a Power Engineer, can facilitate all of the above industry-types and more.
Canada’s reliance on Power Engineers hasn’t changed during Covid-19, in fact, it has become part of the essential services group – keeping the lights on and all other equipment operating as it should in the process.
Understanding the Various Classes of a Power Engineer
1st and 2nd Class Power Engineers are also known as Chief Engineers, running various power plants and overseeing safety and operations.
1st and 2nd Class Engineers alike, often start out as entry level laborers, moving into employment under a certified engineer, giving them the hands-on experience and exposure to on-site processes before moving up in their field.
3rd Class Power Engineers usually employ duties that involve maintenance and monitoring of boilers, which include coal, natural gas and bio energy.
4th Class Power Engineers usually monitor power stations and perform field work as needed, as well as provide supervision of contractors and other engineers within their industry.
5th Class Power Engineers usually deal with refrigeration plants or ice rinks relating to boilers and other such energy sources, as well as refrigeration equipment and beyond.
At TFM – we train our 5th Class Power engineers to 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 of the Canadian provinces and territories, and we ensure that you are able to obtain your certification accordingly.
A 5th Class (Boiler) Power Engineer is a bustling career in Canada, with financial perks as well as the ability to be increasingly selective with who you choose as your employer.
Our 5th Class (Boiler) Power Engineer Course Outline Includes…
- Legislation and Boiler Industry History
- Canadian Standards Association Code – B51
- Basic Mathematics (Geometry)
- Basic Sciences (Mechanics)
- Boiler Construction & Design
- Boiler Fittings & Controls
- Water Treatment
- Fuel & Combustion
- Boiler Operation
- Pumps & Pump Maintenance
- Heating & Cooling Systems
- Building & Plant Safety
- Fire Protection
Curious to know more? Check out our 5th Class Power Engineering Curriculum, or contact us vial email email@example.com or by phone 778-873-1050.