As an essential worker, the advantages of choosing a career as a 5th Class Power Engineer in BC are plentiful. From job security to pay to the sense of doing something meaningful; many find a career as a Power Engineer rewarding.
Although most people take turning the lights on for granted until the power goes out – Power Engineers are the ones who ensure this doesn’t happen. Managing the mechanical, electrical and electronic operations throughout various structures.
Choosing a Career as a 5th Class Power Engineer in BC
Overall, Power Engineers keep all functional operations running within facilities such as:
- Pulp Mills
- Oil Refineries
- Manufacturing Plants
- …and beyond
It is a reliable career that British Columbians need for pretty much every aspect of their lives, and – frankly, is a bit of an ‘unsung hero’ position as an essential worker.
Regardless, a 5th class power engineer position gives you an excellent start to a rewarding lifelong career with excellent pay and job security.
Within 2-years of combined study and hands-on experience, 5th class power engineers can earn a starting hourly wage of anywhere between $25-$35. And 1st class engineers can make in excess of 150,000-200,000 annually.
5th Class Power Engineer Training
As mentioned in our post: 2022 SPRING REGISTRATION – 5TH CLASS POWER ENGINEER TRAINING IN LANGLEY…
If you’re looking for a space that will ensure you understand what you’re being taught, TFM prides ourselves in exactly that.
Offering demonstrations, lectures, visual presentations and exercises, the variety of teaching applications ensures everyone’s learning style is addressed.
Open discussions are also part of our teaching style, helping students with little to no experience feel comfortable and confident in discussing the material throughout this course.
Start your career here -> 5TH CLASS POWER ENGINEER (BOILER)
Date: March 7, 2022 to March 25, 2022
Time: Monday – Friday from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm
Location: TFM Training Centre – Unit 206 20167 96 Ave Langley, BC (view map)
Curious to see a list of current vacancies for Power Engineers? Check out this job board
Curious about the type of work Power Engineers do? Check out this video… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TOwXRxBrjB4