Completion of Second Class Part A and B will provide you with up to nine months credit instead of the 24 months operating experience in a power plant required to write the Provincial Government exam in Alberta. The cost of textbooks is not included in the overall price.
Note: Alberta Boiler and Pressure Vessel safety will accept satisfactory completion of Part A of the Second Class course as the educational requirements necessary for individuals to qualify to take their Second Class Examination. If outside of Alberta, you must check with your provincial boilers branch prior to taking this course.
This program is eligible for funding through the Canada Alberta Job Grant (CAJG).Career Opportunities
Upon completing this course, you'll be prepared for a role as a Chief Engineer of a plant with a corresponding or lower class, a shift engineer of a plant up to one class higher than the class of this certificate and/or a supervisor of a refrigeration plant. The following tool shows the Job Market Outlook in some of these occupational groups. You can use the knowledge learned in this certificate as the stepping stone into one of these career paths.