Power Engineering Technology Certificate (Gr.12)

Students will gain the knowledge and skills needed to earn the 4th Class Power Engineering Certification through Technical Safety BC, and work as a 4th Class Power Engineer. Students will learn to maintain and operate heating and power plants, refrigeration systems and auxiliary equipment like pumps, compressors, steam turbines, electrical generators, cooling towers and water treatment systems. Power Engineers have the opportunity to work in commercial facilities like hospitals, schools and apartment buildings, or industrial facilities like mines, mills, power generation stations and petrochemical plates.  

Who Attends: Students in their grade 12 year

Date: September - May

Location: Thompson Rivers University

Fee: All ancillary fees are the responsibility of the student. Ancillary fees range from approximately $4,000 - $4,300. Please see application for estimated costs. Tuition for grade 12 year is paid by SD73 to TRU.

Application Fee: $32.27 to be included with submission of completed application (Cheques payable to "SD73")

Application Due Date: February 1, 2024

Application: TRU Start - Power Engineering Application (Please print ONE-SIDED and write legibly in blue or black ink)

Students enrolled at Barriere Secondary School, Chase Secondary School, Clearwater Secondary School, or Logan Lake Elementary Secondary School may apply for the Rural Student Billet Homestay program. For more information and to express an interest, please visit here.
Expression of Interest forms are to be submitted to your school TNT Coordinator along with your program application form.

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