As we finally inch our way into fall weather, thinking ahead to spring might feel like a couple seasons out of step. However, when it comes to securing your spot for our 5th Class Power Engineering Training – we can’t emphasize the importance enough.
With only 15 students accepted per class, our in-persona training fills up quickly. And with so much career opportunities in the Lower Mainland for 5th Class Power Engineers – now is the right time to get in line for your spot!
5th Class Power Engineering Training – Career Potential in the Lower Mainland
As mentioned on our blog post: CAREER POTENTIAL IN THE LOWER MAINLAND…
Finding a new career can be both exciting, and daunting. TFM would like to help you better understand the 5th Class Boiler Operator Career Potential in the Lower Mainland, and how we can help be a part of that journey.
Overall, 5th Class Power Engineers are in charge of operating and maintaining boilers in commercial heating and manufacturing plants. In addition, you can also find them doing routine maintenance, replacing defective parts, testing boiler water systems – and more.
Our instructors are ready to welcome you in and help get you started on your journey to this rewarding, lifelong career.
Meet the Instructors
Lou Roussinos is the founder of TFM. He holds over 40 years of combined operational, supervisory and managerial roles within the boiler and pressure vessel industry, all within the field of Power Engineering. As well, he has been a consultant in the private sector. Read more about his credentials here.
Mike Garcia is the CEO of TFM. He represents the new generation of consulting power engineers and has done so incredibly well for nearly two-decades. Mike is regarded as a leading specialist and dynamic educator in power engineering and facility management. He now leads workshops and produces services in boiler and power plant operations across BC and Canada.
Our instructors are passionate about what they do, and our power engineer training in Langley is recognized industry-wide for being the best in Canada.
So, how do you join? If this is a career that sound of interest to you, sign up to secure your spot for our spring class – which begins March 13, 2023. We look forward to seeing you there!