Fourth Class is the starting point for those looking to work with high-pressure boilers. Successful completion of Part A prepares students to write the government Part A exam, and successful completion of Part B prepares students to write the government Part B exam.
For full government certification as a Fourth Class Power Engineer, students must also have six months of relevant government-approved work experience. If you're located outside of Alberta, please contact your provincial boilers branch.
Learn more about current employment opportunities, trends and average salaries you may be able to tap into based on Government of Canada National Occupational Classification (NOC) Codes listed below.