International Union of Operating Engineers
Local 30

Apprenticeship Training Program Course List

The Apprentice Training Program offers training that provides successful graduates with marketable skills to find employment as a Mechanic or Engineer in the field of Stationary Engineering.

The following courses provide students with an understanding of the industry, mechanical and physical theories necessary to operate machinery and knowledge of the technical issues dealing with the operation and maintenance of industrial and commercial properties.

  • Basic Refrigeration Theory
  • Basic Engineering Math
  • Advanced Refrigeration Theory
  • Air Conditioning Theory
  • Refrigeration Electrical Shop
  • Plant & Building Systems
  • Power Plant Electricity A.C. & D.C.
  • Steam & Gas Turbines
  • Boilers: Operation & Maintenance
  • Basic Refrigeration Shop
  • Basic Mechanics Physics
  • Advanced Refrigeration Shop
  • Basic Electrical Theory
  • Power Plant Auxiliaries
  • Instrumentation & Controls
  • Labor and Industrial Relations
  • Industrial Safety

After completing the Apprenticeship Training Program, graduates are prepared to enter the workforce as an Operating Engineer.

Completion of the Apprenticeship Training Program takes three years.

To further improve your skills and to advance in your career, graduates may participate in the Skills Improvement Program.

View the Apprenticeship Training Program Course Schedule.