This program prepares students to write the Alberta Boiler Safety Association (ABSA) 4th Class Power Engineer's Certification of Competency examinations. Power Engineering is an ABSA-accredited certification governing the operation and maintenance of boilers and associated equipment in heating plants and other industrial settings. Power Engineering certification starts at 4th Class level and progresses to 1st Class level. Training and experience requirements to write provincial exams differ for each class of ticket. To determine the requirements, consult the Power Engineers Regulations of the Alberta Safety Codes Act. Once provincial exams are successfully completed, the certification is recognized across Canada.Apply Now
Program LocationsJul 01, 2023 - Jun 30, 2099 - NLC Anytime, Anywhere - Available Anywhere; Sep 05, 2023 - May 10, 2024 - NLC Anytime, Anywhere - Available Anywhere
• If you do not meet the academic requirements you may be accepted with a valid Power Engineering 5th Class certificate.
• Employers typically require employees to have a High School Diploma or a General Educational Development diploma (GED).
• Math 10C or equivalent
• Successful completion of or currently enrolled in English 20-2 or equivalent.