Prepare for the Power Engineering 4th Class Exam!
This part-time evening program will prepare you to take the Standardized Power Engineering Examination so you can start your career as a 4th Class Power Engineer. You’ll learn how to both operate and maintain for all sorts of industrial equipment, as well as the mathematics, mechanics, combustion, thermodynamics and instrumentation you’ll need. Earn while you learn; keep your current job while you study for your new career during evenings and weekends. Delivered in two parts of 90 hours each. You’ll be ready for your next step before you know it.
- Large, modern shop and classroom space at the Len Evans Centre for Trades and Technology
- Two-part course, 90 hours each
- Tuesday and Saturday classes
- Offered through the Centre of Continuing Studies
Dates and times
- Part A Course date: January 12 - March 29
- Part B Course date: April 5 - June 25
- Evening classes run Tuesdays 6:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
- Saturday classes run 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Graduates find employment opportunities in hospitals, government agencies, school divisions, regional health authorities and numerous other plants and building complexes.
A good understanding of Mathematics at the Grade 12 (Senior 4) level is essential. You do not need Power Engineering 5th Class to take 4th Class.
Complete an application form, and include an original high school transcript. Non-refundable application fee of $95.
Tuition, laboratory, materials, student services and Students’ Association fees total approximately $995 for Part A and $995 for Part B. Estimated costs for books, supplies, tools, etc. are $1,300.
4th Class Part A OTTR-0001 90 hours each
4th Class Part B OTTR-0002 90 hours each
Practicum available for an additional cost
Graduates may write the Standardized Power Engineering Examinations. Candidates who pass these examinations receive a Standardized Certificate, which makes them eligible to work as Power Engineers in all Canadian provinces and territories except Quebec.
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