The 4th Class Power Engineering Lab Certification program is approved by the Alberta Boiler Safety Association to meet the firing time requirement for 4th Class Power Engineer certification. This program is available at the Northern Lakes College Shell Canada Power Engineering and Technology Centre in Peace River, Alberta. 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 LocationsSep 11, 2023 - Oct 13, 2023 - Face to Face - Peace River; Jan 03, 2024 - Mar 05, 2024 - Face to Face - Peace River
Students are responsible for providing program completion documentation to the Alberta Boiler Safety Association for 4th Class certification purposes.
*Out-of-province students: Please check with your local boiler association to confirm that this program meets its steam (firing) time requirements.
Successful completion of 4th Class Power Engineer Parts A and B theory courses. There is currently no time frame within which steam time must be completed after theory courses are done.
If students have already completed Alberta Boiler Safety Association certification exams, steam time must be completed within 7 years of completing the exams.