Level 4 Certificate in Gas Safety Management of Commercial Plant & Appliances (WEBINAR)

The target groups for this Qualification are those learners who are wishing to continue to learn, develop and practise the skills required for employment in the Gas Sector. This course is a regulated Qualification by OFQUAL 601/2942/6. The training Guided Learning hours are held on-line via Zoom with one of our Gas Tutors; Training is broken down into once weekly 2 hour night time sessions followed by 5 examinations to be scheduled at the end of the course. Successful candidates will receive an LCL Certificate

  • Course Overview

    The target groups for this Qualification are those learners who are;

    1.Updating and continuing their professional development (CPD).
    2.Developing knowledge and understanding relevant to a particular specialisation within an occupation or set of occupations.
    3.Developing their knowledge

    Objectives:


    The qualification allows learners to continue to learn, develop and practise the skills required for employment within the Gas sector. The objective of this qualification is for learners to demonstrate they know and understand;


    How the Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations impact upon the gas safety management role, how to appoint and manage competent external gas contractors, to ensure operational performance of gas operatives is monitored and how to deal with reports of gas escapes or fumes,


    How the gas combustion process works, the effects that Carbon Monoxide (CO) has on the human body, how Carbon Monoxide detectors are used to reduce the risk of Carbon Monoxide poisoning and the requirements for gas engineers responding to alarm activation or reports of fumes.


    The requirements of the legislation and normative standards and codes of practice that are relevant to gas safety, application of the relevant legislation, normative standards and codes of practice (CoP) to gas safety situations, the Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations (RIDDOR) within the gas industry, the Gas Industry

    Unsafe Situation Procedure (GIUSP) and the legal requirements for businesses and individuals carrying out gas work,


    The construction and operation of chimney systems serving Type B appliances, the construction and operation of chimney systems serving Type C appliances, the construction and operation of fan dilution systems and the ventilation requirements for non-domestic gas appliances


    The types of non-domestic gas appliances used for heating water, their design, installation, commissioning & maintenance requirements, the installation requirements and operation of forced convection air heaters, the installation requirements and operation of overhead radiant heaters, the installation requirements for non-domestic plant and ancillary equipment, the requirements for non-domestic gas fired laundry appliances and equipment and the installation requirements for pipework in non-domestic premises.

  • Entry Requirements ?

    CCTS require a minimum of 2 persons to have registered and paid in full for this course before it can be run. There are no further Entry requirements for this course. 

  • Course content/Syllabus

     

    • Know the requirements of the legislation and normative standards and codes of practice that are relevant to gas safety
    • Be able to apply the relevant legislation, normative standards and codes of practice (CoP) to gas safety situations
    • Know how to apply the Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations (RIDDOR) within the gas industry
    • Know how to apply the Gas Industry Unsafe Situation Procedure (GIUSP)
    • Know the legal requirements for businesses and individuals carrying out gas work
    • Know the process of combustion, factors affecting combustion and combustion analysis
    • Understand the effects CO has on humans
    • Know how CO detectors are used to reduce the risk of CO poisoning and the requirements for gas engineers responding to CO alarm activation or reports of fumes
    • Know how the Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations (GSIUR) impacts on gas safety facilities management responsibilities
    • Know how to appoint and manage gas fitting operatives and contractors
    • Know how to monitor the operational performance of gas fitting operatives and contractors
    • Know how to deal with reports of gas escapes, fumes or carbon monoxide/dioxide alarm activation
    • Understand the construction and operation of chimney systems serving Type B appliances
    • Understand the construction and operation of chimney systems serving Type C appliances
    • Understand the construction and operation of fan dilution systems
    • Know the ventilation requirements for non domestic gas appliances
    • Know the types of non domestic gas appliances used for heating water, their design, installation, commissioning & maintenance requirements
    • Know the installation requirements and operation of forced convection air heaters
    • Understand the installation requirements and operation of overhead radiant heaters
    • Understand the installation requirements for non domestic plant and ancillary equipment
    • Understand the requirements for non-domestic gas fired laundry appliances and equipment
    • Understand the installation requirements for pipework in non-domestic premises

     

     

     

     

     

  • How long will my training be and what training Material will I need?

    The course has 40 Guided Learning hours & is designed to allow those who have busy day time schedules to complete the course over 16 X 2 hr nightly on-line Zoom sessions. 

    The Total Qualification Time learning is estimated to be 150 hrs. It is recommended that Candidates have access to the Normative Standards contained on Gas Safe as part of their registration.

    We also recommend the following books are acquired by the candidate : -

    * Gas Service Technology 3 - Commercial & Industrial Gas Installation & Service practices

    * Corgi Direct - Commercial Heating - Non Domestic - ND3

     

  • How will I be tested ?

     

    There are 5 Uncontrolled Written Exam Papers to complete after the Candidate has complete his/her Guided learning and self Tuition as follows (TQT 150 hrs)

    Exam Title RITS Unit Number Open Book Examination Time Controlled Assessor/Invigilator Number of Questions Type of Questions EV Moderation required computer
    Gas Safety Facilities Management A/506/1267 YES Circa 5 hours NO Commercial Gas Qualified (Marking only) 14 Written Short Response YES Allowed
    The Combustion Process and Analysis of Non Domestic Appliances J/506/1272 YES Circa 5 hours NO Commercial Gas Qualified (Marking only) 22 Short Response YES  Allowed
    Gas Safety Legislation M/505/5269 YES 5.5 hours NO Gas Qualified (Marking only) 22 Short Response YES Allowed
    Non Domestic Appliances, Plant and Pipework F/506/1268 YES Circa 15 hours NO Commercial Gas Qualified (Marking only) 30 Written Short Response YES Allowed
    Flueing and Ventilation of Non-Domestic Plant & Appliances T/506/1266 YES Circa 15 hours NO Commercial Gas Qualified (Marking Only) 30 Written Short Response YES Allowed