Fireman’s Level Prep Course
Participants will learn the basic principles of design, operation, and maintenance of heating equipment used in buildings of moderate size.
This course helps prepare you to write the provincial licensing exam at the Fireman’s level. Exams sittings can be booked by contacting the Technical Safety Authority of Saskatchewan (TSASK).
Gain employment in a variety of smaller industrial settings, heating plants, or building maintenance. These may include power plants, hospitals, schools, mines, breweries, fertilizer plants or chemical plants, based on the Fireman’s certification regulation.
- Low pressure heat boilers
- Fuel and firing
- Automatic controls
- Steam and hot water heating
- Basic electricity
- Cooling systems
- Boiler & Pressure Vessel Act
Tuition & Schedule
Tuition: Approx. $695
Books: Approx. $400
Dates: March 6-10, 2017
Time: Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Location: Trades and Technology Centre, Yorkton, SK
Registration Deadline is February 21, 2017.
Note: The College will not be offering a local exam sitting for this course. Participants are responsible for locating, booking and paying for their own exam sitting through TSASK (Technical Safety Authority of Saskatchewan).
Future Study Options
Parkland College offers several more options in this field that may enhance your employability. These certificates and/or diplomas can add to your existing credentials and prepare you for the world of work. Qualified graduates may be able to apply some academic credits towards further study. For more information please use the links below:
Notice of cancellation must be received 3 business days prior to the course.
Students are considered registered when:
- Payment is received OR
- Sponsorship by employer or funding agency is confirmed.