The aim of the course is to ensure the candidate has the relevant basic underpinning gas safety knowledge and practical ability to work safely in the gas industry. The Approved Prior Learning (APL) programme has been recognised by GAS SAFE as meeting their entry requirements to the ACS scheme, which is the pre-requisite competence qualification required for GAS SAFE registration.
Pre-Requisite This course has been developed for candidates who have had previous work experience in trades associated with the gas industry. The candidates will have experience in areas of work which can be taken as Approved Prior Learning (APL).
Course Duration Dependent on prior knowledge and experience; will determined by initial interview. The course will be divided between In-Centre training (NETA) and on-site training (Company).
Maximum Number 10 persons
Training Aids Course notes, audio visual presentation and a range of domestic gas appliances, models, practical scenarios and APL Candidate Training Pack.
Assessment Ongoing assessments throughout the course leading to a summative assessment.
Certification On successful completion of the course candidates will receive a LOGIC Certificate of Training/Attendance will be issued.
Additional Information Candidates will be required to carry out a pre-course technical interview/assessment to determine whether or not they have the appropriate background to attend this course.
Testimonials from the candidates’ previous employers/customers will be accepted.
Meeting the needs and expectations of service users is of the highest priority to our staff. Therefore if you have any concerns or wish to make a comment about the service please contact: info@NETA.co.uk
On successful completion of this course learners will be able to demonstrate competence in relation to:
Gas Safety Legislation
Gas emergency actions and procedures
Characteristics of combustion, CO detectors and combustion performance analysis
Installation of pipework and fittings
Tightness testing and purging
Checking and/or setting meter regulators
Identifications of unsafe situations
The operation of and positioning of emergency isolation controls and valves
Emergency notices and warning labels
Checking and setting appliance burner pressures and gas rates
The operation and checking of appliance gas safety devices and controls
Installation of open, balanced and fan assisted flue/chimney assemblies
Re-establish existing gas supply and relight appliances
Gas safety regulations, British Standards and manufacturer’s instructions
Emergency actions, procedures, labels and warning notices
Unsafe situations, landlord checks and related documentation
Combustion, gas rates, burner / installation pressures
CO detectors, combustion performance analysis
Tightness testing, purging and relighting appliances
Pipework and fittings
Operation of appliance gas safety devices and controls
Flueing/chimney standards, installation and testing