Stationary Firer

Stationary Firer trains workers for firer positions in a steam or electric power plant.

Trains workers for firer positions in a steam or electric power plant.

Students start their program with an overview of basic industrial math, various types of industrial measurements, and an overview of steam generator types. The curriculum expands to include to mechanical maintenance and the operation, maintenance, and testing of boiler firers.

In an effort to better prepare your employees for the working world, the courseware was developed to meet the educational subject requirements set forth in the test for the Black Seal License. Trainees who complete the program will be able to:

You can work with your Training Consultant to devise an individualized program or follow the complete Stationary Firer course list below.

Request Information

Stationary Firer Course List

Basic Industrial MathBlock X21
Addition and Subtraction 186008
Multiplication and Division 186009
Fractions, Percents, Proportions, and Angles 186010
Metric System 186011
Formulas 186012
Introduction to Algebra 186013
Practical MeasurementsBlock X22
Linear and Distance Measurement 186021
Bulk Measurement 186022
Temperature Measurement 186023
Energy, Force, and Power 186024
Fluid Measurement 186025
Types of Steam Generators6632
Lubrication, Part 1286091
Lubrication, Part 2286092
Bearings and Seals, Part 1286093
Bearings and Seals, Part 2286094
Mechanical Power Transmission286015
Introduction to Algebra, Geometry, and TrigonometryBlock X02
Algebra: Monomials and Polynomials X0201
Algebra: Factoring X0202
Algebra: Addition and Subtraction of Fractions X0203
Algebra: Multiplication and Division of Fractions X0204
Algebra: Linear Equations X0205
Algebra: Simultaneous Linear Equations X0206
Algebra: Determinants X0207
Algebra: Quadratic Equations X0208
Algebra: Exponents X0209
Algebra: Radicals and Imaginary Numbers X0210
Applied Geometry X0211
Practical Trigonometry X0212
Elements of Chemistry5011
Heat, Part 1686001
Heat, Part 2686002
Nature of Electricity086001
Circuit Analysis and Ohm's Law086002
Conductors, Insulators, and Batteries086005
Alternating Current086007
Alternating Current Circuits086008
Principles of Mechanics, Part 1286007
Principles of Mechanics, Part 2286008
Fluid Mechanics, Part 1286010
Steam Generator Accessories2585
Steam Generator Design2598A-B
Pressure Parts for Steam Generators2588
Steam Generator Settings, Ducts, and Stacks2587
Steam Boiler Operation and Maintenance6734
Feedwater Treatment and Equipment6727
Solid and Pulverized Fuel Burning6473
Oil and Gas Firing for Steam Generation2592
Flue Gas Analysis6810
Steam Generator Testing6802
Testing Solid and Liquid Boiler Fuels6472
Automatic Combustion Control2596A-C
Power Plant Economy2514
Pumps, Part 1286001
Pumps, Part 2286002
Pumps, Part 3286003
Air Compressors, Part 1286013
Air Compressors, Part 2286014

Estimated Program Duration: 512 hours (excluding videos).

Number of Exams: 56.

Request Information

Receive more information on the Stationary Firer Program

Contact us at 1-800-233-0259 Monday through Friday, between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Eastern Time or speak with your Training Consultant for more information on this program.


Contact Penn Foster at 1-800-233-0259

Ordering Process

Organizations may order by telephone, mail, fax, or telex. For federal government clients, GSA discount terms are applied. Please click here for more information!

UAW-Ford Case Study