Power Engineering and Boiler Operator

Power Engineering Boiler Operator NE PEBO CC

The Power Engineering and Boiler Operator program prepares students to manage, operate, and control low and high-pressure boilers and auxiliary systems in factories, plants, and buildings. Graduates of the Power Engineering and Boiler Operator program will be able to define industry safety standards and concepts; explain operation of power engineering equipment; complete the National Institute for Uniform Licensing of Power Engineering (NIULPE); describe boiler operation effects on emission; describe water treatment fundamentals related to power engineering equipment; describe power engineering related to control fundamentals; recognize power engineering related equipment type and terminology; identify power engineering firing methods for different fuel types; apply natural science fundamentals to power engineering industry; and relate electricity basics and gem principles to power engineering.

Program Name: 
Power Engineering & Boiler Operator
Program Number: 
30-428-1
Type of Degree/Diploma: 
Short-Term
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Employment Snapshot

Median Salary Six Months After Graduation: 
$62,395
Wisconsin TechConnect Job Openings for this Career Program: 

16 in the last year.
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