The goal of this program is to develop greater expertise by building on your knowledge gained in the Power Engineering, Fourth Class certificate.

As a third-class power engineer you could operate and maintain power (steam) plants in a host of settings from sawmills and pulp mills to hospitals and recreation centres.

You’ ll cover nine topics in this 25-week third class program: Applied mechanics; thermodynamics; chemistry; boiler codes; electrical and instrumentation theory; pumps; boilers; prime movers; and refrigeration.

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Power Engineering
3rd Class

  • Credential: Certificate
  • Type: Full-time
  • Length: 25 weeks
  • Campus: Prince George
  • Fees: $3,740
These fees are an estimate and do not include books.