4th Class Power Engineering evening delivery
- Our program is accredited and recognized by both Alberta and Saskatchewan governments.
- Completing both Part A and Part B successfully cuts your required steam time from 12 months to 6 months
- Lakeland offers an in house steam lab for certifying time
- If you need a math and physics refresher, take our online pre-engineering & applied mechanics course online
|EN 128 Part A|
|These are the course topics: elementary mechanics and dynamics • elementary physical chemical, and thermodynamic principles • introduction to power engineering and its Governance in Canada • introduction to plant and fire safety • introduction to plant operations and the environment • elements of material science and welding technology • introductory fluid handling technology • basic concepts in electrotechnology • energy plant instrumentation and controls • fundamental industrial communication skills • introduction to boiler designs • elements of boiler systems.|
|EN 129 Part B|
|These are the course topics: lubrication and bearings • pump and compressor types and operation • boiler safety devices • boiler plant operation and management • energy plant maintenance • in-plant water treatment • types of prime movers and heat engines • plant auxiliary systems •basic concepts of compression and absorption refrigeration • HVAC fundamental for facility operators • building environmental systems and control • typical plant configurations.|
|Schedule & Tuition|
EN 129 Part B runs various evenings starting January 15, 2020. Registration for Part B is now closed.
Total fees are $1,300. This does not include textbooks.
Schedule for EN 129 4th Class PE Part B January 2020 - Classes are from 7-10 pm, 2-3 evenings per week.
Schedule for EN 128 4th Class PE Part A Fall 2020 tba - Classes are from 7-10 pm. 2-3 evenings per week
Total fees are $1,100. This doesn’t include textbooks. Registration for Part A is now closed.
Please purchase your textbooks and other materials before your course starts
4th Class Power Engineering Pan Global textbooks, Part A & B, 3.0 Edition
Note: These code books are based on Alberta regulations as our course follows ABSA requirements. You will need to use these books for working through the course. When it comes to writing your provincial exams, you should reference that province’s provincial codes.
Specific to Saskatchewan – required if you plan to write the Saskatchewan licensing exam
Most booklets are available to download and print free of charge, some are up to 50 pages long. . For more information regarding the provincial acts & regulations go to the respective websites:
Where to purchase these books:
|Interest List & Contact Us|
For more information about all of our full-time power engineering programs and courses, contact the energy department direct in Lloydminster at 780 871 5783 or toll-free at 1 800 661 6490 ext. 5783.
You'll need this information for the registration formRegistrations for Part B are open now.
Course #: EN 129
Course Name: example 4th Class Power Engineering evening B
Course Start Date: January 15, 2020
Course Location: Lloydminster campus
Course Fee: $1,300 (includes GST)
Power Engineering is not an apprenticeship trade but it is divided into levels of skill and training. These levels are referred to as classes, starting with 4th Class and working up to 1st Class.
Work experience and course completions followed by rigorous interprovincial examination allow you to progress from one class to another.
Power engineers are responsible for the safe and efficient operation and maintenance of industrial equipment. See the occupation description of a power engineer
To become a 4th class power engineer you must:
For more information about 4th Class Power Engineering Evening, contact Terri Tindall at 780 871 5498 or toll-free at 1 800 661 6490 ext. 5498
|Refund & Cancellation Policy|
Lakeland College reserves the right to cancel courses if not enough people enrol.