A Power Engineer or Operating Engineer is a skilled worker who operates and maintains (stationary) equipment, such as steam generators/boilers, air and refrigeration compressors, gas and steam turbines, and gas and diesel engines and all related equipment, such as pumps and piping systems, water treatment plants, lubrication systems, plant instrumentation controls and plant environmental systems.
Power Engineering Upgrading
ATTI provides consistent, high quality training and services to candidates wishing to obtain certification as a Power/Operating Engineer (4th through 1st Class) or as a Plant Operator. Typical full-time in-school training prepares the candidate to start his/her career at Class 4 and move to higher levels with education and experience over time. Our approach to training has been specifically tailored to meet the needs of persons working full time and/or on shift. Where a power engineer has sufficient documentable hours of experience in the field, he/she can request to challenge level exams that are administered by the provincial safety authority. ATTI offers a variety of 40-hour refresher courses that cover all the codes and materials required to prepare for successfully passing these exams. We design our courses to minimize the amount of time required to be away from work, typically on evenings or weekends or in weeklong intensive sessions.
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