POWTF-DP Power Engineering Technology

Courses and Descriptions

ENGI-2099Plant Maintenance & Administration

This course encompasses theory required for working towards both the 3rd and 2nd class license. The course focuses on the numerous components of maintenance and administration programs for utilities and operating process facilities—from effective written and oral communication (internal and external) and accountability hierarchies within facilities, through to record keeping, creating schedules and preventive maintenance management programs, and project control. Students will examine critical paths (e.g., complete boiler turnaround), operating standards and procedures, training and development practices, and environmental practices. Specifically for the 2nd class license, students will study industrial administration, including legislation (jurisdictional acts, regulations and codes governing installations), as well as management functions—from staff selection and training through to plant maintenance, inspection, budgeting, safety program planning, incident and report writing.
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