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Gas Course for New Entrants into the Gas Industry

This gas qualification (ERS MLP) is the initial qualification for new entrants to the gas industry who wish to be able to progress onto becoming a qualified gas enginer.

Upon comletion of the course candidateswill receive MLP qualifications which will allow them to move onto more advanced trainig and assessment, Gas Safe ACS qualifications and become a professional gas engineer..

The Qualification :-

Meets the requirements of the IGEM/IG/1 Standard of Training in Gas Work for new entrants to the gas industry.

 
 
 
 
The purpose of this course is to provide underpinning knowledge and skill required to work effectively and safely in the Gas Industry.  It will prepare existing trade people who hold associated skills, for the Core Gas Training prior to taking the formal assessment.
 
On completion of the course participants will be conversant with:
 
  • Use of the Gas Safety Regulations to identify and rectify contravention of the regulations
  • Understand the requirements for taking flu gas samples
  • Calculate CO/CO² ratio from a combustion sample
  • Test a flue system, using appropriate procedures
  • Calculate ventilation requirements for appliances, using the appropriate formulae
  • Determine the working and standing pressure of a gas installation
  • Determine the correct burner pressure of an appliance
  • Calculate the gas rate and heat input of an apliance burner
  • Test for soundness using the appropriate procedures, tools and equipment
  • Purge an installation using appropriate procedures
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    Tutorial
     
  • Safety and Legislation
  • Combustion
  • Flues and Ventilation
  • Pressure and Flow
  • Domestic installation
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    All tutorials include both theory and practical elements. A process of continuous assessment is employed thoughout the course to monitor the candidate's performance.
     
    Practical Task (with tutoral support)
     
  • Flue gas analysis
  • Calculate ventilation requirement
  • Surveying and testing flues
  • Carrying out pressure tests on installation
  • Carry out burner pressure test and calculate gas rate and heat input
  • Survey installation
  • Carry out soundness test and purge installation
  • Practical assessment without assistance, based on previous practical tasks
  • Writren assessment to be completed under examination conditions, operatives must achieve 100 % miniumum to pass.
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    Upon successful completion of the Portfolio of evidence and Approval by Crownship’s Assessor the candidate may continue to undertake the ACS assessments and additional appliances. See ACS Renewal's Explained for details on the Initial Route
     

    Next Course Dates: 2021

    4th & 18th August

    8th & 22nd September

    6th & 20th October

    10th November

     
     
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      New entrant gas course start dates 2021

     

     

    4th & 18th August

    8th &22nd September

    6th & 20th October

    10th November

    Freelance Assessors required in plumbing, air-conditioning, refrigeration, gas and electrical. Please email enquiries@crownship.com your CV and state which field of expertise you can cover.

     

     

     

     

     

    Head Office:

    Crownship Developments Ltd,

    Charlton House Mews,

    Bridge Street, Brigg,

    North Lincolnshire,

    DN20 8NQ

     

    Technical Centre:

    Crownship Technical,

    Unit 13,

    Temple Street Unit Factory Estate,

    Station Drive,

    Hull,

    HU5 1AD

     

    Telephone Number: 01652 658151

    Fax Number: 01652 658221

    Email: enquiries@crownship.com

     

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