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Power Engineering 3rd Class
Keyano College serves over 2,200 full-time and part-time students in Fort McMurray and the surrounding area. Students enjoy cultural opportunities in Fort McMurray as well as outdoor activities in the boreal forest. Keyano students may study at several campuses. The main Clearwater campus in Fort McMurray offers certificate and diploma programs, university transfer courses, collaborative degrees and online courses. The heavy industrial training centre at the Suncor Energy Industrial campus is the base for industrial programs for the oil industry.
Certificate and diploma programs are offered in areas such as business administration, early learning and child care, environmental technology, health services and office administration. University transfer programs are available in arts and sciences. Collaborative degrees offered through transfer agreements with a degree-granting institution may be taken in elementary education, nursing, and business administration. Keyano's well-equipped facilities include a Sport and Wellness Centre, a student activities centre, a 600-seat theatre and an arts centre that features music and dance studios, practice rooms, a rehearsal hall, piano labs, and a 200-seat recital theatre.
Keyano serves students through its Clearwater Main Campus and Suncor Energy Industrial Centre in Fort McMurray, the Fort Chipewyan Campus, and the learning centres in Fort McKay and Gregoire Lake.!span>!span>
Program Type Standard
Credential Type Certificate
Length 1 Year or Less
- Part Time Only
- Cooperative Education
- Continuing Education
- Distance Learning Only
Alberta 4th Class Power Engineering Certificate. Upon successful completion students are eligible to write the Alberta Boiler Safety Association Interprovincial Third Class exam providing they have acceptable in-plant experience.
The program is delivered through iLearn (Moodle) which is a computer managed, self-paced course that is done at your convenience. The program provides access to a comprehensive question bank designed to highlight subjects in the Alberta Boilers Safety Association syllabi.
Programs start on the 1st of every month. Students will have 6 months from the start of the program to complete Part A and 6 months to complete Part B theory.
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Updated October 03, 2023. The information contained in this profile is current as of the date shown.
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