Install, Commission and Service Type B Gas Appliances

Course Overview

This course provides the knowledge and skills to work in a career as an Industrial gasfitter installing, commissioning, and servicing/maintaining Industrial Type B gas appliances. A Type B gas appliance can range from a small hobby pottery kiln to a large steam boiler or gas fired turbine used for power generation. Typically Type B gas appliances include gas fired hot water boilers, steam boilers, baking ovens, spray booths and industrial heating and process appliances to name a few.

Course structure

Two (2) weeks consisting of Five (5) day blocks (total 80 hours classroom) with pre-learning. The course provides a mix of theoretical and practical content with assessment requirements.

Pre-requisites (Except in South Australia as the unit is not recognised)

Before satisfying this unit, the candidate requires the following .

CPCPCM2043   Carry out WHS requirements **

UEERL0004 Disconnect-reconnect electrical equipment connected to low voltage (LV) installation wiring.

What Skills Will You Gain?

The skills and knowledge to install, test, adjust, commission and service. This includes:

  • Measuring and adjusting air and fuel flow rates and pressures.
  • Analysis of combustion samples.
  • Calculating pre-purge times, start gas and ventilation requirements.
  • Fault finding and rectification on breakdowns etc.
  • Understand the legislative requirements and documentation for compliance.

Resource Requirements

Australian Standards are required for this course.

  • AS1375 – 2013 Industrial Fuel Fired Appliances
  • AS/NZ5601 – 2013 Gas Installations
  • AS3814 – 2018 Industrial and Commercial Gas Appliances

Opportunities

Area of opportunities exist with industrial service companies, boiler installation and maintenance companies, processing sector (e.g. metal and glass melting, cement production, gas/oil production) and power generation (gas fired engines and turbines) etc.

** Included in course fees

Install, Commission and Service Type B Gas Appliances

Course Overview

This course provides the knowledge and skills to work in a career as an Industrial gasfitter installing, commissioning, and servicing/maintaining Industrial Type B gas appliances. A Type B gas appliance can range from a small hobby pottery kiln to a large steam boiler or gas fired turbine used for power generation. Typically Type B gas appliances include gas fired hot water boilers, steam boilers, baking ovens, spray booths and industrial heating and process appliances to name a few.

Course structure

Two (2) weeks consisting of Five (5) day blocks (total 80 hours classroom) with pre-learning. The course provides a mix of theoretical and practical content with assessment requirements.

Pre-requisites (Except in South Australia as the unit is not recognised)

Before satisfying this unit, the candidate requires the following .

CPCPCM2043   Carry out WHS requirements **

UEERL0004 Disconnect-reconnect electrical equipment connected to low voltage (LV) installation wiring.

What Skills Will You Gain?

The skills and knowledge to install, test, adjust, commission and service. This includes:

  • Measuring and adjusting air and fuel flow rates and pressures.
  • Analysis of combustion samples.
  • Calculating pre-purge times, start gas and ventilation requirements.
  • Fault finding and rectification on breakdowns etc.
  • Understand the legislative requirements and documentation for compliance.

Resource Requirements

Australian Standards are required for this course.

  • AS1375 – 2013 Industrial Fuel Fired Appliances
  • AS/NZ5601 – 2013 Gas Installations
  • AS3814 – 2018 Industrial and Commercial Gas Appliances

Opportunities

Area of opportunities exist with industrial service companies, boiler installation and maintenance companies, processing sector (e.g. metal and glass melting, cement production, gas/oil production) and power generation (gas fired engines and turbines) etc.

** Included in course fees

 

Install, Commission and Service Type B Gas Appliances

Course Overview

This course provides the knowledge and skills to work in a career as an Industrial gasfitter installing, commissioning, and servicing/maintaining Industrial Type B gas appliances. A Type B gas appliance can range from a small hobby pottery kiln to a large steam boiler or gas fired turbine used for power generation. Typically Type B gas appliances include gas fired hot water boilers, steam boilers, baking ovens, spray booths and industrial heating and process appliances to name a few.

Course structure

Two (2) weeks consisting of Five (5) day blocks (total 80 hours classroom) with pre-learning. The course provides a mix of theoretical and practical content with assessment requirements.

Pre-requisites (Except in South Australia as the unit is not recognised)

Before satisfying this unit, the candidate requires the following .

CPCPCM2043   Carry out WHS requirements **

UEERL0004 Disconnect-reconnect electrical equipment connected to low voltage (LV) installation wiring.

What Skills Will You Gain?

The skills and knowledge to install, test, adjust, commission and service. This includes:

  • Measuring and adjusting air and fuel flow rates and pressures.
  • Analysis of combustion samples.
  • Calculating pre-purge times, start gas and ventilation requirements.
  • Fault finding and rectification on breakdowns etc.
  • Understand the legislative requirements and documentation for compliance.

Resource Requirements

Australian Standards are required for this course.

  • AS1375 – 2013 Industrial Fuel Fired Appliances
  • AS/NZ5601 – 2013 Gas Installations
  • AS3814 – 2018 Industrial and Commercial Gas Appliances

Opportunities

Area of opportunities exist with industrial service companies, boiler installation and maintenance companies, processing sector (e.g. metal and glass melting, cement production, gas/oil production) and power generation (gas fired engines and turbines) etc.

** Included in course fees

Install, Commission and Service Type B Gas Appliances

Course Overview

This course provides the knowledge and skills to work in a career as an Industrial gasfitter installing, commissioning, and servicing/maintaining Industrial Type B gas appliances. A Type B gas appliance can range from a small hobby pottery kiln to a large steam boiler or gas fired turbine used for power generation. Typically Type B gas appliances include gas fired hot water boilers, steam boilers, baking ovens, spray booths and industrial heating and process appliances to name a few.

Course structure

Two (2) weeks consisting of Five (5) day blocks (total 80 hours classroom) with pre-learning. The course provides a mix of theoretical and practical content with assessment requirements.

Pre-requisites (Except in South Australia as the unit is not recognised)

Before satisfying this unit, the candidate requires

CPCPCM2043 Carry out WHS requirements **

UEERL0004 Disconnect-reconnect electrical equipment connected to low voltage (LV) installation wiring.

What Skills Will You Gain?

The skills and knowledge to install, test, adjust, commission and service. This includes:

  • Measuring and adjusting air and fuel flow rates and pressures.
  • Analysis of combustion samples.
  • Calculating pre-purge times, start gas and ventilation requirements.
  • Fault finding and rectification on breakdowns etc.
  • Understand the legislative requirements and documentation for compliance.

Resource Requirements

Australian Standards are required for this course.

  • AS1375 – 2013 Industrial Fuel Fired Appliances
  • AS/NZ5601 – 2013 Gas Installations
  • AS3814 – 2018 Industrial and Commercial Gas Appliances

Opportunities

Area of opportunities exist with industrial service companies, boiler installation and maintenance companies, processing sector (e.g. metal and glass melting, cement production, gas/oil production) and power generation (gas fired engines and turbines) etc.

** Included in course fees