Be eligible for a Class I Permit or high level Authorisation from Energy Safety WA
- Hold a current authorisation, or
- Have completed the Supervised Gasfitter and Authorisation Courses within the last 2 years, or
- Have trade or engineering qualifications
then this course will enhance your existing skills.
Our class I Permit gas course is the third course required to complete the requirements of the national Unit of Competency CPCPGS4023B Install, commission and service Type B gas appliances. You will cover design specifications for Type B gas appliances; technical submission, approval and planning a Type B gas installation; installation requirements for Type B appliances to meet the regulator and Australian standard requirements; and the commissioning procedure and commissioning of a PLC controlled burner.
Successful completion of the unit, CPCPGS4023B Intall, commission and Service Type B Appliance, will equip you to service, maintain, rectify faults, recommission, install and commission Type B gas appliances.
- Access, analyse, interpret and confirm through a detailed site inspection, design specification for Type B gas appliance to be installed and commissioned
- Liaise with designer and gas authorities to resolve design specification matters requiring clarification
- Obtain formal authority to proceed with installation and commissioning before commencing work, in accordance with regulatory and code of practice requirements
- Plan tasks in conjunction with others involved in, or affected by work
- Identify and follow quality assurance requirements for work sequences
- Prepare work area to support efficient installation, commissioning and servicing of Type B gas appliance
- Observe sustainability principles and cencepts when preparing for and undertaking work
- Install appliance components, including valve trains, burners and associated pipe work and flue systems, in accordance with approved design specifications
- Install electrical components, including terminations, in accordance with design specifications and regulatory requirements
- Install electrical wiring and wiring enclosures in accordance with design specifications and regulatory requirements
- Visually inspect installations at each stage of work to ensure compliance with specifications and absence of damaged or faulty equipment and materials
- Analyse flue gases in accordance with recognised industry practice and other authority requirements
- Clean, check, service and store tools and equipment in accordance with manufacturer recommendations and workplace procedures
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