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Power Engineering Techniques Certificate - 482

Program overview:
START DATE: September
PROGRAM STATUS: Open for September 2016
SCHOOL: Skilled Trades
PROGRAM NUMBER: 482
PROGRAM LENGTH: 1 academic year (period of 8 months)
CAMPUS: Stoney Creek Campus - Hamilton
CO-OP OPTION: No
ACCREDITATION: Ontario College Certificate
Campus September 2016
482 - Stoney Creek Campus
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Take power from our hands-on program introducing systems and techniques involved in the power generation industry

The Power Engineering Techniques program has been designed to train participants for certification that has been accredited by the Technical Standards and Safety Authority (TSSA).

Program Highlights

  • Experience the rewarding challenges of operating and maintaining diverse equipment related to steam generation
  • Explore the use of steam and hot water boilers, air compressors, refrigeration, air conditioning, and auxiliary equipment
  • Understand the use of prime movers, turbines, and co-generation processes
  • Prepare for the Technical Standards and Safety Authority 4th Class Operating Engineering and Oil Burner Technician III examination
  • Some training will be conducted off campus at another location

360° Classroom Tour

Work Term

  • Students of the Power Engineering program will be accredited with qualifying steam time, at the discretion of a qualified Power Engineer: the professor will provide an explanation at the start of the program
  • Students must be prepared to travel
  • For additional information visit tssa.org

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