Power Engineer Exam Calendar
NOTICE FOR EXAMINATION CANDIDATES WRITING THE 2ND CLASS PART B PAPER 1 (2B1) POWER ENGINEERING CERTIFICATION EXAMINATION
At the 2021 Association of Chief Inspectors meeting, it was agreed that, effective January 1, 2022, the 2B1 power engineering examination paper will only be administered in the multiple-choice format. This is a continuation of an initiative to move towards multiple choice examinations at the 2nd class level.
With proven success at the 3rd and 4th class level, converting the 2nd class examinations to a multiple-choice format will continue to provide a comprehensive level of testing of the subject material and ensure that candidates are tested on all areas of the syllabus.
The syllabus, pass mark and time allowed for completion of the 2B1 examination will not change. The number of questions on the examination has been set at 100. There will be no difference between passing the 2B1 examination in essay format or multiple-choice format for credit towards 2nd class certification.
Please follow updates on the SOPEEC website with regards to this implementation process as well as the process for any further examination changes. If you have any questions pertaining to the notice above ONLY, please contact the SOPEEC Coordinator of Examinations, Tom Leming, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click on the exam sitting's title for information on cut off dates, exam times, application instructions and available exams.
How to Apply
- Power Engineering exams are scheduled for specific dates and times in both Regina and Saskatoon. There will be no exceptions made. Please click on the preferred exam date for details;
- If the date is grey, this means that you can no longer apply for this sitting because it is either full or past the cut off time;
- Please note:
- All exams are NON-REFUNDABLE;
- All exams are NON-TRANSFERABLE - once you are booked in for an exam, you will not be able to move it to a different date
- In order to write an exam in Saskatchewan, you must reside in the province of Saskatchewan.
- There are a LIMITED number of seats available each exam sitting and all applications will be booked on a first come, first serve basis
- If you fail an exam, you must wait 30 days before rewriting. (this does not apply to the Boiler Operator Exams - Fireman, Refrigeration Operator or Oilfield Operator)
- If you apply for an exam and your application is denied, a refund will not be issued