Power Engineering Technicians are energy experts. They plan and solve problems in mills, power plants, oil production and many other industries. You'll learn how to design, produce and install power equipment and systems, and how to operate boilers, electrical generators and plant auxiliaries. We offer work experiences to practice your engineering, thermodynamic, applied mechanics, and electro-technology skills. Specialized knowledge in power engineering offers many possible career settings, including: hospitals, breweries, oil sands, and hotels.
The requirements for this diploma program may be achieved within two years of full-time study.
(NB Francophone High School Math Equivalencies)
Graduates who successfully complete this program may be employed in modern nuclear and conventional power plants, pulp and paper mills, oil production and refining, food and fish processing industries, marine industries, municipal treatment plants, and government inspection services.
7351 - Stationary Engineers and Auxiliary Equipment Operators
Many universities give credit for courses completed in this program; however, assessment is normally completed on an individual basis. NOTE: It is recommended that applicants participate in a standardized aptitude test. Eligibility for co-op and employment opportunities is determined on the basis of these scores for certain employers. Though this is offered as a co-op program, there are limited seats available with this option. Co-op seats will be determined at the beginning of second year. The co-op option is only available at NBCC Saint John Campus.
Organization: The Canadian Council of Technicians and Technologists (CCTT)Accreditation Period: 2010Information: The Canadian Council of Technicians and Technologists (CCTT) nationally accredits this program at the technologist level.
Power Engineering Technology (Co-op) graduates may have an opportunity to acquire the following external certifications upon meeting the external agencies certification requirements and paying any required fees to the external agency:
Institution: Standardization of Power Engineer Examinations Committee (SOPEEC)External Certification: Power Engineering Technology Co-op - SOPEECInformation: Upon successful completion of the first year courses, students may challenge the SOPEEC examination for 4th Class Power Engineers in New Brunswick. Upon successful completion of the second year courses, graduates may challenge the SOPEEC examination for 3rd Class Power Engineers in New Brunswick. Graduates who are successful on 4th and 3rd class examinations will be eligible to write the SOPEEC examination for Part "A" 2nd Class Power Engineers in New Brunswick.
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