Boiler operators in Minnesota are required to be licensed through the Department of Labor,
and our 32-hour Boiler Operator Exam Prep course
will ensure your success on the licensing exam with virtually no outside study time.
Whether you are taking a Minnesota Special Engineer or Grade C licensing exam, this course will cover what you need to know to pass your boiler exam. Study materials and practice tests will be provided during class to ensure your success. This course includes at least one tour of the DCTC boilers room.
We can also customize this course to include high pressure boiler licensing. When you register, be sure to indicate which license exam you’re planning to take.
If you have a large group or need more extensive boiler training, we can work with you to set up a contract training in-person at your company site, at one of our campuses, or virtually. Email your custom training request to https://minnesotatraining.com/contact/
for a pricing estimate.
What students are saying about the course:
“Lots of personal stories and photos to make the course “real life”.
“John is an extremely knowledgeable person! He has a great teaching style. I would highly recommend him to anyone.”
“I originally obtained a special license while attending Dunwoody College’s HVAC Program and it was not nearly as involved as John’s class. The whole class was very informative”.
“Varying reading discussion, mixed with life experiences from a very knowledgeable instructor. Made learning easy and easy to remember facts and numbers. John was very passionate about subject”
About the instructor:
John Glynn holds a Chief A MN Boiler Operator License and he is a certified NBIC Commissioned Boilers Inspector with over 15 years as a boiler class instructor.
State licensing & exam information:
This class is intended for exam prep only. In order to take the state exam, you must apply and schedule your exam through the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry. For more information, visit: www.dli.mn.gov/workers/boiler-engineers
Non-credit, continuing education classes do not qualify for financial aid, but many of our classes DO QUALIFY for Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) funding. Contact your county's Workforce Center
to see if you qualify.