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Gas Stationary Engines Course - BRISBANE

Nationally Recognized Training

The course is designed to link the two units (subjects) based on industry experience and feedback, the students will be taken on a journey starting with:

Gas basics and principles, gas safety and testing method, Type B gas appliances connecting to Gas Stationary engines, correct installation for gas stationary engines, techniques including a submission, commission and testing/Compliance, repair, maintain and service gas stationary engines.

 

UEPMNT367A Install and commission stationary gas fuelled reciprocating engines

This unit covers the installation and commissioning of stationary gas fuelled reciprocating engines for approval where required. It encompasses working safely and to installation standards matching the plant/equipment, location, components and fuel train pipe-work to given specifications. Commissioning the plant and equipment including: pre commissioning tests, start up, adjusting components and controls to safe and efficient operation. Completing all necessary installation and commissioning documentation.

UEPMNT368A Repair and maintain stationary gas fueled reciprocating engines

This unit covers the isolation, disconnecting, repairing, reconnecting and maintenance of stationary gas fueled reciprocating engines for approval where required.

It encompasses working safely and to relevant standards disconnecting, carry out repairs and replacement of fuel train components to given specifications. Reconnecting the engine including: pre start tests, start up, adjusting components and controls to safe and efficient operation. Completing all required documentation.

This training covers Install, commission repair and maintenance of stationary gas fuelled reciprocating gas fuelled engines complying with the nationally accredited training scheme.

Who can do it?

The students are required to complete the pre-requisite. Granting of competency in this unit shall be made only after competency in the following unit(s) has/have bee confirmed

These units are included in a fee option with the stationary gas fuelled reciprocating engines unit (s

UEENEEE101A – Apply Occupational Health and Safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace or equivalent

HLTCPR201A / HLTCPR211A – Perform CPR or equivalent.

This unit is not included however will be required to fulfil the unit requirements.

CPCCOHS1001A – Work safely in the construction Industry (White Card)

 

Outcome

Upon successful completion of this course students will be issued with a nationally recognised Statement of Attainment.

The units in this course form part of UEP40312 – Certificate IV in ESI Generation Maintenance (Mechanical), with the following units included:

UEENEEE101A – Apply Occupational Health and Safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace or equivalent

HLTCPR201A / HLTCPR211A – Perform CPR or equivalent.

UEPMNT367A Install and commission stationary gas fuelled reciprocating engines

UEPMNT368A Repair and maintain stationary gas fuelled reciprocating engines

AT A GLANCE

Requirements OHS + CPR
Practical training 6 days
E-Learning Two days
Correspondence? No
Nationally recognised? Yes

SCOPE OF WORK

This course has been designed to interface pre-eLearning to cover the theory education and assessment prior to the face to face session.

Additional the content in the first five (5) modules covers much of the required skills and knowledge associated with these units and the Type B gas qualification.

  1. To be complted prior to face to face training.

Pre-eLearning gas basics induction unit – five chapters / five quizzes

Covering gas safety and gas basics

2.  eLearning three (3) Modules – with five (5) assessment quizzes.

Complete the gas stationary engine submission for the practical week.

Covering

Gas basics and principles

Gas safety and testing methods.

Gas pipework and sizing

Regulators and safety

Type B gas appliances relationship to Gas Stationary engines.

Valve trains & safety systems

Purge volumes/ critical energy critical time

Combustion/ flue gases

Ventilation

Correct installation for Gas Stationary engines, techniques including a submission

The students are required to complete the pre-requisite. Granting of competency in this unit shall be made only after competency in the following unit(s) has/have been confirmed

These units are included in a Course Two fee option with the stationary gas fueled reciprocating engines unit (s)

  • UEENEEE101A – Apply Occupational Health and Safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace or equivalent
  • HLTCPR201A / HLTCPR211A – Perform CPR or equivalent.

This unit is not included however will be required to fulfil the unit requirements.

  • CPCCOHS1001A – Work safely in the construction Industry (White Card)

Students are required to bring

Students are required to supply their own personal protective equipment PPE. Students failing to bring or wear the correct PPE will be prevented from participating in the practical activities and will not be allowed access to the practical areas.

Students are to provide

  • Safety glasses, protective clear and conform to AS1336 or 1337
  • Safety footwear – non-slip, leather upper, safety toe must be worn at all times, complying to AS2210 and must be in good condition and clean.
  • Safety clothing- 100% cotton drill , long sleeved shirt and long pants and be worn all times in the training and practical areas.

A computer with WiFi access for the duration of the course.

Pens, pencils and note pads.

A friendly attitude ready to learn and have some fun in the process..

  • Pre-course pack completed via correspondence or e-learning before commencing in class. 
  • Onsite training, 6 days practical in total at Brisbane training centre

UNITS ON OFFER

  • UEPMNT367A Install and commission stationary gas fuelled reciprocating engines 
  • UEPMNT368A Repair and maintain stationary gas fueled reciprocating engines

PRICING

    Training includes access to E-Learning portal, all student manuals and books along with practical training onsite at Bizmatrix.

    • eLearning learner materials
    • access to AS5601-1 and AS3814 during the course.
    • A text book
    • The Voyage of Discovery – Gas stationary Engines manual
    • Student manuals

Course One -eLearning + six days of practical training

$3,200

6 Days

TWO UNITS

    UEPMNT367A Install and commission stationary gas fueled reciprocating engines
    UEPMNT368A Repair and maintain stationary gas fueled reciprocating engines

Course Two-eLearning + six days of practical training

$3,700

6 Days

FOUR UNITS

    UEPMNT367A Install and commission stationary gas fueled reciprocating engines
    UEPMNT368A Repair and maintain stationary gas fueled reciprocating engines
    UEENEEE101A

     

    HLTCPR211A

    Apply Occupational Health and Safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace or equivalent

    Perform CPR or equivalent.

    Note :

     

    UEENEEE101A – completed through the eLearning training and assessment system.

    HLTCPR211A- completed eLearning + 3-4 hrs practical assessed

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TRAINING DATES

  •  GSE-3-2018 ENROLLMENTS NOW OPEN- pre-learning to be completed prior to the face to face week( 2018 ) 
  •  GSE-3-2018 – Practical week-Day 1-2-3->  23rd-25th JULY 2018  Day 4,5,6  > 30-31 JULY & 1st AUGUST 2018 
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