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Power Engineering Fourth Class

Power Engineering technicians help keep power plants running safely and efficiently. A shortage of certified technicians means job opportunities have never been better. You could work in the oil & gas industry, mining, manufacturing, energy, health and other industries. It is a physical job that requires manual dexterity and good vision, as well as problem-solving skills and a knack for working with machinery.

In this one-year Power Engineering Technical certificate program, you will study Fourth Class interprovincial standardized material, which will prepare you to challenge interprovincial Fourth Class examinations.

You will receive practical training in boiler operations, maintenance techniques and tool use. You will develop trouble shooting skill in practical labs, get boiler firing time in the power lab and industry work experience in your second term.

Admission Requirements:

*A maximum of two level 20 subjects will be used in the overall average calculation

Course includes one week of safety training, exact safety courses to be determined.

For specific course information, please visit the Saskatchewan Polytechnic website.

 

Fall 2018 Program Information

Locations: Estevan

Program Dates:
September 4, 2018 – May 9, 2019 – Estevan

 

Tuition: $4970 (based on 2017 tuition rates; subject to change without notice)

Materials: $1200 (based on 2017 materials rates; subject to change without notice)

Applications will be accepted starting February 1st, 2018. Students that apply before June 30, 2018 may be eligible for a Southeast College Entrance Award.

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For more detailed course information, please call our toll free registration line at 1-866-999-7372 or email registration@southeastcollege.org

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