Fuels Technicians are in charge of detailed operations. You'll learn how to install, operate, maintain, inspect and repair systems related to the distribution or consumption of natural gas, propane or oil. This program will provide you with the necessary instruction and practical experience to challenge the G2, G2-L (Liquid Propane Endorsement) Gas License and OBM Block 1 (Oil Burner Mechanic). Fuels Technicians inject safe and reliable expertise into the booming energy sector.
The requirements for this diploma program may be achieved within two (2) academic years of full-time study.
(NB Francophone High School Math Equivalencies)
Graduates of this program may be employed as fuel technicians for a variety of employers involved with the inspection, installation, service, repair and maintenance of equipment and supplies utilized in the gas industry for the distribution or consumption of natural gas or propane.
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The nature of this occupation often results in irregular working hours and on-the-job travel, it requires a mechanical/electrical aptitude, physical strength and agility needed for heavy lifting and climbing. Students are exposed to certain hazards that require the use of safety equipment. Students are expected to purchase safety equipment including work boots, coveralls and safety glasses prior to commencement of the program.
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