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Posted by Jim Martini on June 06, 2002 at 20:13:02:
In Reply to: unlimited steam boiler license posted by GEORGE L WILLIAMS JR on April 12, 2002 at 20:24:50:
Hi George - I am amazed you didn't receive further help in your search for a license agency - Approximately ONLY 10 states offer state-wide licensing for stationary steam license and approx 54 cities (A current or used copy of Boiler Room Q & A will list most of these or Boiler Operator's Guide- one of the two) - NIULPE is a voluntary licensing plan operating in approx 26 states+ that can provide a credential for seeking employment establishing your qualifications with a 4th through Chief Power Engineer's License - The EPA exam offered through ASME is expensive and required usually only for specified plants - orginally intended for waste treatment facilities - but ASME found a money-making opportunity and presently controls this opportunity - usually operators are sent to take these licenses when required by an employer - Addresses and data on license are provided in the books noted above - you need to determine where you will reside after leaving the service and seek advanced information on licensing in that locale - We offer on-line license prep courses here at Henry Ford Community College (Dearborn, MI - hfcc.net in the Energy Technology area) for stationary steam engineers in the Detroit and SE Michigan area for NIULPE, City of Detroit and City of Dearborn Licensing - If you are in the Detroit area look me up-we have helped a number of service (retired military myself-Ntl Guard) members find employment in our area at places like Detroit Edison, Consumers Energy, hotels, shopping centers, schools etc. Good Luck Jim Martini
: Dear Sir:
: Ihave 18 1/2 year of military services in power plant operator . Ihaving aproblems finding how to get my license when i retire next DEC.03.
: Thank you
: GEORGE L WILLIAMS JR.
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