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FP01 Power Engineering 5th Class Exam Preparation starts Sept. 8
This course focuses on all aspects of heating plant operation. It will be of interest to anyone operating or maintaining a heating plant in a school, apartment building, or similar setting. This is a study class, approved by the Fire Commissioner's Office of Manitoba, and will prepare students to write the provincial exam. This is a study class (approved by the Fire Commissioner's Office of Manitoba) and will prepare students to write the provincial exam. 450 practicum hours are earned by achieving a 65% pass in the study class after which time you are eligible to write the provincial exam. Each participant is responsible for arranging their own additional 450 practical boiler hours. Requirements: Basic math skills and working knowledge of spoken and written English are essential to successful completion of this course. Each participant is required to have textbooks by the first session.
This course is equivalent to the course offered by the Winnipeg School Division's Lifelong Learning program titled POWER ENGINEERING 5TH CLASS - BASIC BUILDING OPERATIONS
TEXTBOOKS: Power Engineering 5th Class Textbook Set (Ed.3.2) Published by Panglobal
The text books can be ordered from the Red River College Bookstore, Notre Dame Campus, 204. 632.2351 Or from Panglobal publishers www.powerengineering.org
PARKING: The course will be held at Kildonan East Collegiate: 845 Concordia Ave. at the corner of Kimberly Ave. and Concordia. Park in the front (south) parking lot and enter via the main school entrance. Additional parking is available on the east side or the north side of the school.
||Sat, Sep 8, 2018
||20 Sat., beg Sept. 8, 8 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Kildonan East Collegiate, Rm. 105. No class dates: Dec 22, Dec. 29, and Feb. 16. FINAL course test date: Feb. 23, 2019.
Each participant is required to have textbooks by the first session. Refer to course description for details on ordering textbooks. Requirements: Basic math skills and working knowledge of spoken and written English are essential to successful completion of this course.
||Kildonan East Collegiate (KEC)
845 Concordia Ave.
East Kildonan, Winnipeg
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||Continuing Education Office
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Please read the following regarding fees, refunds, policies, etc.
- Please ensure that the telephone number you provide on your registration form will allow us to reach you during the day.
- Registration is not complete and your space is not confirmed until your fees are paid in full.
- Courses remain online until after the start date of each course posted.
Only online registrations generate confirmations. No other confirmations will be sent out to registrants. Therefore, when you register, be sure to mark your calendar, note any prerequisites, special instructions, material fees to be paid to instructors at your first class.
Assume the class is a 'go' unless otherwise contacted. You are welcome to check with the office on the 'status' of your class or how registrations are going, by emailing office@@@retsd-conted.com (Remove the extra '@@' symbols before you email) or by calling 204.667.6193 during our Continuing Education office hours: Mon., Tues., Fri. 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. or Wed./Thurs. 8:30 a.m.-8 p.m.
- Once courses can be viewed online, students may register immediately for the WINTER and SPRING sessions by all registration/payment methods listed further below.
Special FALL season registration instructions:
Early May - FALL Registration begins ONLY for Fifth Class Power Engineering.
First week of July - FALL Registration begins online and by mail / fax only.
Last week of August - FALL Registration begins in person and by phone and continues online, by mail / fax.
IN PERSON by cash, cheque, Visa, MasterCard or Interac
BY MAIL by cheque, Visa or MasterCard,
AT 530 McLeod, Winnipeg, MB R2K 0B5
BY PHONE, FAX OR SECURELY ONLINE using your Visa or MasterCard.
Call 204.667.6193, Fax 204.668.9309 or visit www.retsd-conted.com
If you are paying by cheque, make it payable to: "River East Transcona School Division" and send it to the address indicated on the registration form.
Registrations are accepted until the course is full. Fill out the registration form, complete it, and mail it, plus a cheque or credit card information for the full payment due for your course.
Registration by Fax(204.668.9309)
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Confirmation is sent only for online registrations. Confirmations WILL NOT be phoned or mailed; please attend the first class as advertised. If registering by fax, please confirm by phone. We will contact you ONLY if your course is cancelled or if there have been changes to the advertised schedule. Registration is not complete until fees are paid in full. Official receipts will be handed out at your first class.
What If my employer is paying for my course?
We require authorization on company letterhead and we will invoice your employer.
Please retain your course receipts, certificates and course reports. Charges apply for requests for any re-prints of the following. Note that processing may require up to two weeks.
Duplicate receipts - $5 per receipt.
Duplicate certificates or reports - $10 per certificate.
RIGHT TO CANCEL/POSTPONE classes:
River East Transcona Continuing Education reserves the right to cancel or postpone courses or specific classes due to unavailability of instructors, prior claim to facilities by a school, insufficient enrolment, inclement weather, statutory holidays or emergencies. For unscheduled cancellations/postponements, reasonable effort will be made, depending on the length of notice the Continuing Education Office receives, to notify participants prior to the session(s) affected. Normally, postponed classes will be "made-up" at the end of the course if the schedule allows. Compensation will not be provided to students who - because of scheduling conflicts - cannot attend a scheduled class or a class that has to be rescheduled.
**NOTE: Occasionally, due to unforseen circumstances, instructor may be different than instructor listed in brochure.
REFUNDS / VOLUNTARY WITHDRAWALS
Full refunds will be issued for courses cancelled due to insufficient enrolment. You may choose to use the refund toward the fee for another course.
Refunds are also available if you choose to voluntarily withdraw from a course before it starts. Please note that a $10 administration charge will be deducted from your refund. Refunds are not granted after a course begins or for a one-session class. Note: Non-attendance does not constitute notice of withdrawal.
COURSE LOCATION & PARKING
Please note the date, room, time and location of your first class in your calendar. Please contact our office if you would like to confirm parking or the door you need to use for your program: 204.667.6193.
Usually the school doors are open only for the 15 minutes before your class begins, and 15 minutes after it has begun, except for classes located in high schools. Exception may apply.
If you find the school doors are locked, when you arrive at the school, check the time and location of your registration. If it is correct try another door, if the door you try is locked. If you have any trouble gaining access to your scheduled class, try contacting the office at 204.667.6193 (Mondays-Thursdays only), or at any time - try the Coordinator by text (or voice) at 204.612.7589.
NOTE for classes at the the following schools:
Murdoch MacKay Collegiate: Please park and enter at the East (back) entrance. Classes are held in South East wing of school.
Miles Macdonell Collegiate: Use the small staff door in the NW corner of the staff parking lot off Chelsea Avenue.
Kildonan East Collegiate: Use the door at the front of the school. Visitor parking is available in the lot facing Concordia Ave.
FOR ALL GYM CLASSES Please bring a change of footwear and wear workout shoes with non-marking soles. For Ballrom Dance - bring non-marking leather or other soft-soled shoes. For Gymnastics - no footware required. Children engage in these activities in bare feet.
Please ensure that the class participants and instructor are not interrupted by the use of cell phones or other mobile devices. Please do not record (photo, video) any portion of the class or participants.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR PARENTS/CAREGIVERS:
Please be sure to drop off / pick up your child at the room or gym scheduled for the activity. Ensure the instructor is present in the room, to take over the care of your child. Occasionally an instructor may be delayed due to traffic or weather, or in very unusual situations, may be involved in an emergency and the office has been unable to reach you in time to let you know the class has had to be rescheduled.
If you are observing your child(ren) during classes, and you have other children / siblings in your care, please ensure that the children who are not registered in the activity do not disturb or interrupt the students, class activities, instructor, and do not get involved with school equipment. Parents may be asked to wait outside of the gym or theatre for some classes to ensure the children are focused on the instructor's explanations and guidance.