Liquid Petroleum Gas Changeover (CoNGLPG:1)

Liquid Petroleum Gas Changeover (CoNGLPG:1)

To provide operatives with the additional knowledge and skills, relating to working on Liquefied Petroleum Gas Appliances and Installations.

Pre-Requisite
Entrants must be able to provide satisfactory evidence showing that they have successfully completed the Core Domestic Gas Safety Assessment CCN:1 or the Core Commercial Gas Safety Assessment COCN.1.

Course Duration
2 days (1 day training and 1 day assessment).

Maximum Number
8 persons

Training Aids
Lecture notes, audio visual presentation and a range of domestic gas appliances and models.

Assessment
The learner will be assessed by a written and practical test in line with ACS accreditation.

Certification
On successful completion of the course candidates will receive CoNGLPG:1 qualification.

Additional Information
Further assessments are available for LPG Appliances as follows:

RPH1, Residential Park Homes, HRTLP2, Closed Flue Fires, HTRLP3, Caravan Space Heaters, LAV1, Leisure Accommodation Vehicles, REFLP2, Caravan Gas Refrigerators.

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COURSE OBJECTIVES

On successful completion of this course learners will be able to demonstrate competence in relation to:

  • Characteristics of Liquefied Petroleum Gas.
  • Cylinder locations, safety requirements and sizing for single supply.
  • LPG supply pressures – the operation and positioning of
  • Emergency isolation flow controls and valves.
  • Gas emergency actions and procedures.
  • Installation of pipework and fittings related to LPG.
  • Tightness testing.
  • Checking system pressures, regulators, under pressure and over
  • Pressure cut off valves.
  • Ventilation related to LPG installations.

COURSE SYLLABUS

  • Characteristics of Liquefied Petroleum Gas.
  • Cylinder locations, safety requirements and sizing for single supply.
  • LPG supply pressures – the operation and positioning of
  • Emergency isolation flow controls and valves.
  • Gas emergency actions and procedures.
  • Installation of pipework and fittings related to LPG.
  • Tightness testing.
  • Checking system pressures, regulators, under pressure and over
  • Pressure cut off valves.
  • Ventilation related to LPG installations.