Power System Operators 

Power system operators monitor and operate computerized switchboards / auxiliary equipment in electrical control centres to control / regulate electrical power in transmission networks.

Useful Secondary School subjects: Industrial Arts (Electricity), Math, Physics, Computer Basics, English

Degrees associated with this career: Certificate, Diploma

Requirements: In general, you need a high school diploma and specialized training. To be a power system operator, you need to finish a three- to five-year apprenticeship or have more than three years' experience and some college or industry courses in electrical / electronic technology. Most recent entrants have a trade / vocational certificate or a community college diploma.

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