4th Class Power Engineering - Evenings (Lloydminster)

About our program

This is an instructor-paced study leading to provincial examination through the Alberta Boilers Safety Authority (ABSA) or Technical Safety Authority of Saskatchewan (TSASK).

About Power Engineering 

Power Engineering is not an apprenticeship trade but it is divided into levels of skill and training.  The 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 a power engineer to progress from one class to another.

Power engineers are responsible for the safe and efficient operation and maintenance of industrial equipment. Power Engineer Description.

To become a 4th class power engineer you must complete:
  • Complete Part A course and provincial examination
  • Complete Part B course and provincial examination
  • Complete 6 months of industry steam time OR attend an Lakeland College approved steam lab in the province of Alberta

For Alberta certification Information please visit:  Alberta Safety Boilers Association
For Saskatchewan certification Information please visit: Technical Safety Association of Saskatchewan

Book list:

Please click here for updated book list and reference material..

Effective July 1, 2017 PanGlobal is updating the 4th Class Power Engineering textbooks to a 3.0 edition. Lakeland College will continue to use the 2.5 edition for the 2017-2018 academic year.There are a limited number of new 2.5 Edition books available through the Lakeland bookstore and PanGlobal. You may also buy used books

EN 128 - Part A

Applied Mathematics • Elementary Mechanics • Elementary Thermodynamics • Sketching & Administration • Codes & Standards • Plant Fire Protection • Environment • Materials & Welding • Piping • High Pressure Boiler Design • High Pressure Boiler Parts & Fittings

EN 129 - Part B

Prime Movers & Engines • Pumps & Compressors • Lubrication • Electricity • Controls & Instrumentation • Heating Boilers & Heating Systems Controls • Auxiliary Building Systems • Vapor Compression Refrigeration


Schedule & Tuition

Program Dates Days Time Total Fees Hours
EN 128 - Part A Sep 18 - Dec 11, 2017 TBA 7-10 pm $1100 72
EN 129 - Part B Jan 15 - May 2, 2018 TBA 7-10 pm $ 1300 90

Registration Information

Register online or call 1 800 661 6490 ext. 5712, in Lloydminster call 780 871 5712.

Note:
  1. Registration is now open.
  2. Course schedule is subject to change.
  3. Lakeland College reserves the right to cancel if enrolment numbers are low.
  4. Books for this course are available at the Lloydminster Bookstore for an additional cost. Part A and B are purchased in one package together and Code books are at a separate cost. Click here for updated book list and reference material.*
  5. All course registrations are subject to a $15 Comprehensive Fee and $25 Student Association Fee. These are mandatory fees and must be paid at the time of registration.
* Effective July 1, 2017 PanGlobal is updating the 4th Class Power Engineering textbooks to a 3.0 edition. Lakeland College will continue to use the 2.5 edition for the 2017-2018 academic year.There are a limited number of new 2.5 Edition books available through the Lakeland bookstore and PanGlobal. You may also buy used books.

Refund policy: If you withdraw two full days before the course starts, you'll receive a 100% refund. If you withdraw after the first class and before the second class, you'll receive a 50% refund. There are no refunds after the second class.

For more power engineering information contact Shelly Pewapsconias
Direct in Lloydminster at  780 871 5525
Toll-free at 1 800 661 6490 ext. 5525
Email shelly.pewapsconias@lakelandcollege.ca

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