Jun 5, 2009Time:
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St. Mary's Hospital
Medical Conference Center
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CT OE-2 Operating Engineers License Preparation
Three part series: Friday June 5; Tuesday, June 9; & Friday, June 12
8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Fee: $595 **discounts listed below
Location: St Mary's Hospital, Medical Conference Center, Waterbury, CT
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The State of CT Department of Consumer Protection is now requiring facilities owners with heat and power boilers (15 PSI and over) as well as AC chillers or systems (of 50 HP and over) to have their plant operators, without an SI or SII license, to sit for and pass the Operating Engineers License, OE-2.
This course will review the covered OE-2 exam material in a format that will lower the barriers to learning, build confidence for exam taking and install the underlying engineering theory and principals of good plant operations and safety. Participants will see the base material required for the OE-2 License in a format that will help them organize their study time and efforts more efficiently. To that end, the material will be presented with a guide to the specific references outlined in the PE-2 DCP application including, but not limited to, boiler theory, operation, maintenance and safety, as well as refrigeration equipment theory and safety. Participants will be guided in the engineering theory and application of peripheral support equipment to these two main areas of focus.
The content of this three-session class will incorporate questions similar in nature to those that will be faced by its members when taking the OE-2 exam. This is a twelve-hour course that will be conducted in three, four-hour sessions. Each person will have a study guide and practice questions to take with them when they complete the course.
Instructor: Jonathan VanDine, Chief Engineer Motor & Steam Plants-Unlimited Horse Power. The founding member of Building Performance Engineering, LLC, Jonathan has trained plant personnel in the fundamentals of mechanical, electrical and control engineering theory and application as it pertains to equipment and plant systems.
Fees and Discounts: Indicate in "special instructions" if you are a CHA member.
Discounts are applied manually.
General Public: $585
CHA Members: $535
Construction Institute Members: $475