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Gas Turbine Licensure Program (SCCT - Simple (Brayton) Cycle Combustion Turbine) License :

 

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The Gas Turbine Licensure Program (SCCT - Simple (Brayton) Cycle: Combustion Turbine) includes micro-turbines to large frame combustion turbines license for gas turbines or combustion turbines that are being used in a stand-alone application driving generator, compressor...

We providing reciprocal gas turbine licensing from the following gas turbine organizations:

      • United States Coast Guard Certificate/ STCW Endorsement (Standards of Training, Certification and Watch-keeping for Seafarers) from Schools USGC Approved for Gas Turbine Training:
            • Chief Engineer / First Assistant Engineer
            • Second Assistant Engineer
            • Third Assistance Engineer
      • United States Navy GSM (Gas Turbine System Mechanical) Rating who have an 'A' School GSM Diploma and other military diplomas as well as PQRs and are serving active-duty or recently discharged is eligdable for a gas turbine engineer license. In addition, a United States Navy GSE (Gas Turbine Electrical) Rating who can produce relative PQRs with Exam Rate Score sheet (individual profile) with military diplomas is eligable for a license without a license examination. National will determine the class license. In some cases the applicant may receive a probationary license. Once the activity duty member is discharged, documentation must show no more than two-years of non-Gas Turbine experience between discharge and application. Petty Officer equivalent:

Potential gas turbine license holders you can apply for a license by visiting one of our Examining Agencies by clicking here and apply for your license application today! They will process your application for you!

If you are from a Maritime School with a gas turbine curriculum or gas turbine school and want to facilitate licencing then Contact Us.

First Class Gas Turbine / Combustion Turbine Engineer

A First Class Gas Turbine Engineer (Simple Cycle Combustion Turbines) (SCCT) is intended for a Management level/Supervisory role in the power generating station utilizing the Brayton process of generating electricity or driving compressor, having overall responsibility for the entire plant including employees, equipment and financial budgeting.

The fees for the First Class Gas Turbine Engineer (Simple Cycle Combustion Turbines) are listed in the license application, and engineers can apply for a reciprocal license, which is based on holding a license from recognized State, Municipal, Federal and Third-Party licensing entities.

The qualification to sit for examination are the individual must have 18 months in a combined cycle plant or 1 year in a combined cycle plant and 6 months holding a 2nd Class Simple Cycle Combustion Turbine Engineer certificate.

The exam is based on what a Shift Supervisor (1st Class) should be able to do such as comprehensive thinking and more specifically analysis and synthesize of gas turbine conditions. The examination is a 50-Question test in a 1-1/2-hour period. The components of the exam is made up of the following:

     

    Gas Turbine Operating Engineer's 1st Class Examination Components (Topics)

    Number of Component Questions on 50-Question Exam
      Math: 6-Questions
      Theory: 2-Questions
      Operations and Safety: 8-Questions
      Generators 4-Questions
      Instrumentation: 4-Questions
      Fuels and Combustion: 3-Questions
      Electricity 3-Questions
      Environmental: 5-Questions
      Design and Applications: 5-Questions
      Micro Turbines 1-Questions
      Lubrication and Lubricants 3-Questions
      Maintenance 6-Questions

Reference material materials to study from, for the examination, are:

    • Gas Turbine Engineering Handbook: Third Edition, Authored by: Meherwan P. Boyce, Ph.D., P.E.

     

Second Class Gas Turbine Engineer (Combustion Turbines)

A Second Class Gas Turbine Engineer (Combustion Turbines) is intended for a non-supervisory role in the power generating station utilizing the Brayton process of generating electricity or driving compressor, having overall responsibility for the entire plant including employees, equipment and financial budgeting.

The fees for the Second Class Gas Turbine Engineer (Combustion Turbines) are listed in the license application, and engineers can apply for a reciprocal license, which is based on holding a license from recognized State, Municipal, Federal and Third-Party licensing entities.

The qualification to sit for examination are the individual must have 1 year in a simple cycle plant or 6 months in a simple cycle plant and holding a 3rd Class Simple Cycle Combustion Turbine Engineer certificate for 6 months.

Second Class Gas Turbine Engineer (Combustion Turbines) Questions: The exam is based on what a Group Leader (2nd Class) should know or have knowledge to recognize, comprehend and explain gas turbine conditions. Examination is a 50-Question test in a 1-1/2 hour period. The components of the exam is made up of the following:

     

    Gas Turbine Operating Engineer's 2nd Class Examination Components (Topics)

    Number of Component Questions on 50-Question Exam
      Math: 4-Questions
      Theory: 3-Questions
      Operations and Safety: 10-Questions
      Generators 3-Questions
      Instrumentation: 3-Questions
      Fuels and Combustion: 3-Questions
      Electricity 3-Questions
      Environmental: 4-Questions
      Design and Applications: 4-Questions
      Micro Turbines 2-Questions
      Lubrication and Lubricants 4-Questions
      Maintenance 7-Questions

Reference material materials to study from, for the examination, are:

      • Gas Turbine Engineering Handbook: Third Edition, Authored by: Meherwan P. Boyce, Ph.D., P.E.

       

Third Class Gas Turbine Engineer (Combustion Turbines)

A Third Class Gas Turbine Engineer (Combustion Turbines) is intended for a non-supervisory as a Shift Engineer role in the power generating station utilizing the Brayton process of generating electricity or driving compressor.

The fees for the Third Class Gas Turbine Engineer (Combustion Turbines) are listed in the license application, and engineers can apply for a reciprocal license, which is based on holding a license from recognized State, Municipal, Federal and Third-Party licensing entities.

The qualification to sit for examination are the individual must have 6 months in a simple cycle plant.

Here is an outline of the breadth and depth of the topics, which can be downloaded in detail at Third Class Engineer and will be covered on the examination.  Below is the a general outline of covered topics on the examination:

Third Class Gas Turbine Engineer (Combustion Turbines) Questions The exam is based on what a Shift Engineer (3rd Class) should know or have knowledge to recognize and communicate plant conditions. Examination is a 50-Question test in a 1-1/2 hour period. The components of the exam is made up of the following:

     

    Gas Turbine Operating Engineer's 3rd Class Examination Components (Topics)

    Number of Component Questions on 50-Question Exam
      Math: 2-Questions
      Theory: 4-Questions
      Operations and Safety: 12-Questions
      Generators 2-Questions
      Instrumentation: 2-Questions
      Fuels and Combustion: 3-Questions
      Electricity 3-Questions
      Environmental: 2-Questions
      Design and Applications: 3-Questions
      Micro Turbines 5-Questions
      Lubrication and Lubricants 5-Questions
      Maintenance 7-Questions

Reference material materials to study from, for the examination, are:

      • Gas Turbine Handbook: Principles and Practices., 4th Edition, Tony Giampaolo, MSME, P.E.

To obtain an NASOE license Application today, visit one of the Schools or Training Institutions and apply for your license application with them today! They will process your reciprocal license too!

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