Where it Can Take You
The work responsibilities of Power Engineers increases in complexity according to the level of ABSA Certification. Typically, the work includes:
- assisting in the operation and maintenance of boilers, pumps, compressors, fans, turbines, refrigeration units, heating systems and other related equipment
- working as a shift engineer co-ordinating the operational and maintenance activities of assistant engineers engaged in the constant control and surveillance of power plant equipment
Graduate Information & Opportunities
Continuing your studies
- 4th Class ABSA Provincial exam - upon successful completion of Level 2, students can apply to write the 4th Class ABSA Provincial Exam.
- 3rd Class Part "A" ABSA Provincial exam - students that successfully complete their Plant Practicum Level 3 (POWT2395) can write the 3rd Class Part "A" ABSA Provincial Exam.
- 3rd Class Part "B" ABSA Provincial exam - students can write the 3rd Class Part "B" ABSA Provincial Exam after the successful completion of Level 5.
- 2nd Class Part "A" ABSA Provincial exam - students can write the 2nd Class Part "A" ABSA Provincial Exam following the successful completion of Levels 1 and 2.
Associations you can join
- Institute of Power Engineers (IPE) - Graduates can apply for this professional membership.
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