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Scaling School [Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources, NSDNR]

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Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources

This Scaling School is primarily intended for people with previous training and/or experience in scaling. Candidates may write the Stacked Wood Scalers Exam and/or the Log Scaling Exam. Candidates who complete the written exams and practical tests to the satisfaction of the Board of Examiners (Scaling) and who obtain the required scaling experience, will qualify for a Stacked Wood License, a Saw log Scaling License or a Primary Wood Products Scaling License which authorizes the person to scale all primary wood products.

Engineering Diploma Program [University of Prince Edward Island, UPEI]

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University of Prince Edward Island

The UPEI engineering diploma program is accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board as a part of Dalhousie University's Faculty of Engineering under a long-standing association agreement. Students completing the diploma at UPEI are able to complete their degrees at Dalhousie University or the University of New Brunswick under formal transfer agreements, or at any other accredited engineering program in Canada on a case-by-case basis.

Faculty of Engineering [University of New Brunswick, UNB]

Publisher: 
University of New Brunswick

Information about and links to the various undergraduate and graduate programs, certificates and diplomas, and co-op and work experience opportunities at UNB, several of which are relevant to energy careers.

Mechanical Technician (Co-op) [New Brunswick Community College, NBCC]

Publisher: 
New Brunswick Community College

If you are interested in the mechanical maintenance industry, why not consider the Mechanical Technician (Co-op) program? This program prepares you for work in the industrial mechanical maintenance field. You will learn the basic functions of pipefitting, welding, rigging, electrical and machining. A hands-on learning environment allows you to learn to install, assemble, maintain and commission mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, lubrication, cooling and exhaust systems in industrial plants.

Mechanical Engineering Technology [New Brunswick Community College, NBCC]

Publisher: 
New Brunswick Community College

Keep the wheels in motion. Our two to three year Mechanical Engineering Technology program trains you to provide technical support and services in the design, development, maintenance and testing of machines, components, tools, heating and ventilation systems. In your first year, you'll learn the basics of mechanical engineering technology. In your second year, you'll learn advanced machine design, computer-aided drawings and specifications, building systems including HVAC, and engineering manufacturing operations and processes.

Electrical Engineering Technology: Industrial [New Brunswick Community College, NBCC]

Publisher: 
New Brunswick Community College

If you’d like to install, configure and operate electronic systems and machinery of all sizes, our two-year Electronics Engineering Technology: Industrial program is for you. Get to know industrial electronic applications including motor controls, power control and conditioning, opto-electronics, sensors and signal conditioning, programmable logic controllers, power generation and distribution systems. Your first year covers basic training in electronics engineering technology, while your second year immerses you in various key components to industrial electronics.

Electrical Engineering Technology: Alternate Energy Systems [New Brunswick Community College, NBCC]

Publisher: 
New Brunswick Community College

Have a positive impact on our planet by learning how to be a “green” engineer technologist. Our two-year Electrical Engineering Technology: Alternate Energy Systems program introduces you to the production, distribution and installation of electrical energy systems, with an emphasis on sustainable energy sources such as wind, solar and geo exchange.

Civil Technician [New Brunswick Community College, NBCC]

Publisher: 
New Brunswick Community College

Change skylines and redirect traffic with our Civil Technician program. Learn what it takes to provide technical support to scientists, engineers and other professionals working on a range of construction and engineering projects. As a civil technician, you will provide technical support and services to scientists, engineers and other professionals.

Civil Engineering Technology: Highway and Municipal [New Brunswick Community College, NBCC]

Publisher: 
New Brunswick Community College

"Highway and Municipal specialists help create the most efficient path from Point A to Point B. You'll learn civil engineering technology fundamentals, innovative design skills, highway construction planning, and water and sewerage system operation. Many courses in your first year are common with other technology programs and provide flexibility for credit transfer. As the population continues to grow, efficient roads and drinking water systems remain vital."

Civil Engineering Technology: Construction Management [New Brunswick Community College, NBCC]

Publisher: 
New Brunswick Community College

If a hard hat and building big stuff is for you, consider our two-year Civil Engineering Technology: Construction Management program. Take an in-depth look at construction principles and practices, equipment and management-related topics. Our on-the-job practicum readies you to assist in planning, organizing, directing, controlling and evaluating construction projects. Manage blueprints, contract documents and budget from start to finish, and according to schedule. Your first year of training covers the basics of building engineering technology.

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