Power Engineering - 4th Class

Learners develop the knowledge and skills to become operating personnel in plants that use high pressure boilers. Learners gain the necessary skills to operate and maintain, in a safe and efficient manner, the equipment found in industrial settings and steam-generating facilities.

At the end of the program, learners will be prepared to write the exams for the Saskatchewan 4th Class Power Engineering License administered by the Technical Safety Authority of Saskatchewan.

Graduates can expect salaries ranging from $40,000 – $98,000.
 

Careers
  • Plant Operator
  • Process Operator
  • 4th Class Power Engineer
  • Control Room Operator and many more!

Graduates find employment primarily in industrial facilities using high pressure boilers, such as pulp and paper operations, OSB plants, the oil and gas industry, the mining industry, heating and power plants, food processing plants, and in hospitals and other large facilities.


Career Opportunities

Graduates will find employment primarily in industrial facilities using high pressure boilers such as pulp and paper operations, OSB plants, the oil and gas industry, the mining industry, heating and power plants, in food processing plants, and in hospitals and other large facilities.

 

What do I need to get in?

Academic Requirements:

  • Grade 12, GED 12

Non-Academic Requirements:

  • Current Resume
  • Strong communication skills
  • A mechanical aptitude
  • Interest in applied technologies
  • Good eyesight, Hearing, Manual dexterity and Physical mobility
  • Ability to work at heights and in confined spaces
Graduation Document

Power Engineering - 4th Class Certificate.

Graduation Requirements

Completion of all SIIT academic requirements.

Talk to an Advisor

For more information on this program please email our Advisor at advisor@siit.ca.



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