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Posted by g zak on September 27, 2013 at 12:30:35:
In Reply to: Re: want to get into stationary engineering in nj posted by john on October 10, 2008 at 13:27:39:
In NJ, you would have to be already employed by a company that has a boiler room/power house on site. then you would request to train as a boiler operator full time and after six months apply for your black seal in charge boiler license. This is a hands on training by license boiler operators already employed by that company. that is assuming your current section supervisor will recommend you as a trainee. there was a time many years ago that if you new someone in the industry you could get sit in time/training to get the needed hours to qualify for the boiler exam. Other then that I believe you just might be out of luck in ever getting into the boiler operation field.
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