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1st Class Engineer's License (First-Class) : Industrial Training School Class

1st Class  Engineer's License (First-Class) : Industrial Training School Class
1st Class Engineer's License (First-Class) : Industrial Training School Class
SKU: NASOE-1 Class
Power Generating First-Class Operating Engineer. If you have 1-1/2 years operating experience with steam turbines or 1-year in a high-pressure plant having steam turbines and 6 months holding a 2nd Class Stationary Steam Engineer certificate you can take this class. More details...
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Industrial Training School is a provider of training programs for small businesses, corporations, non-profits and government agencies.  All courses are taught by a National Association of Stationary Operating Engineers certified Instructor. Guest speakers maybe added to the program.

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Did You Know: Industrial Training School is an 'accredited' National Association of Stationary Operating Engineers School!

Class starts TBA, 2012  (5 Days)
Course Start Date: Monday TBA at 8:15AM
Course Ends on: Friday TBA at 5:00PM
Location: Training School in Gloversville, NY
 
NASOE-1 First Class:  Three-Course Book(s) Included.  Code Books are not included.
 
This class provides student the with the principles to a successful power plant engineering career.   
 
This Study course is structured and prepared for your national examination that can be submitted to many jurisdictions for licensing.

Course Objectives: 

The course objective is to develop critical and creative thinking for analysis and synthesis as a power generating shift-supervisor known as a first-class engineer.  The student will be able to distinguish, analyze and differentiate with supporting calculations in the plant and for boilers and machinery.   

 
Qualifications to Sit for the Class:  (Must complete 1-1/2 years of operating experience with steam turbines -or- 1-year in a high-pressure plant having steam turbines and 6 months holding a 2nd Class Stationary Steam Engineer certificate you can take this class.). 
 
This study course is structured and prepared for your national examination that can be submitted to many jurisdictions for licensing.
 

First-Class Engineer's Licensing Course Outline (format is same as Second-Class except the this course develops critical and creative thinking:

  • Boilers:
    • Types,
    • Applications,
    • Design,
    • Operation,
    • Combustion Systems,
    • Controls,
    • Safety Devices.
  • Boiler Auxiliaries:
    • Pumps,
    • Feedwater Heating Equipment,
    • Water Treatment.
  • Steam Turbines:
    • Turbine Designs,
    • Steam Turbine Applications,
    • Turbine Controls,
    • Operation of a Steam Turbine,
    • Safety Devices.
  • Steam Turbine Auxiliaries:
    • Condensers,
    • Cooling Towers
    • Cooling Systems.
  • Environmental Control:
    • Emissions,
    • Pollution Controls,
    • Pollution Control Devices and Systems.
  • Boiler Mathematics:
    • MAWP,
    • Heating Surface,
    • Boiler Horsepower (BHP),
    • Safety Valve Calculations,
    • Fuel Calculations.
  • Pump Mathematics:
    • Horsepower (HP),
    • Pump Head,
    • Pump Displacement.
  • Steam Turbine Mathematics:
    • Horsepower,
    • Over-speed Trip Calculations,
    • Condenser Calculations
  • Power Plant Safety
  • Federal Regulations: EPA, OSHA, NLRB
  • Code Requirements and application: ASME, NBIC, NFPA.
If unable to attend the course, substituting another person is acceptable or transferring your registration to another date is permissible without penalty except for licensing. Cancellations two-weeks (14-days) before the training starts requires $255 forfeiture fee. In addition, cancellations within the two-week period automatically refunds 50% of course fee because another student could have purchased the seat.
 

The School reserves the right to modify course lesson plan because of changes in technology etcetera; furthermore, the School may modify the schedule or substitute speakers without notice because of illness or emergencies. Industrial Training School is a provider of training programs for small businesses, corporations, non-profits and government agencies.  All courses are taught by a National Association of Stationary Operating Engineers certified Instructor. Guest speakers maybe added to the program.



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