nationally recognisedThis course is designed to link the two units based on current industry requirements and industry feedback, where you will be taken on a learning journey starting with:

The gas basics, principles, gas safety and testing method relating to Gas Stationary Engines and how to correctly install, commission, service & maintain gas stationary engines. Techniques include a what’s in a compliant technical submission, the installation process and commissioning and testing/compliance.

Importantly, further to this, why the gas stationary engine must be installed correctly first, proceeded by the second subject being Servicing, Repair and Correct Maintenance around the gas systems for gas stationary engines.


Pre-requisiteCPCCWHS1001 – Work safely in the Construction Industry (Statement of Attainment) plus HLTAID009 – Provide Cardiopulmonary resuscitation - Perform CPR or equivalent
Practical training- Service/InstallFace to Face Service/Install-5 days
Online Pre-course ,WHS & Basic gas principlesapproximately 8-10 hrs
Nationally recognised?Yes


These units are designed for those wanting to work on gas stationary engines. Applicants who complete the program can install, commission, and service/repair gas stationary fuelled engines.

It is recommended that the applicants complete both units to understand the importance of a correct and compliant installation prior to serving and maintenance is commenced.

UEPMNT368  Repair and maintain stationary gas fuelled reciprocating engines
This unit covers the isolation, disconnecting, repairing, reconnecting and maintenance of stationary gas-fuelled reciprocating engines as part of a routine maintenance or repair/breakdown service where required.

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

This training covers the basics of installation and commission but focuses on the repair and maintenance of stationary gas-fuelled reciprocating gas fuelled engines complying with the nationally accredited training scheme.

You will complete this in conjunction with the install basics and if you require the install and commissioning unit then you will have additional training days and learning/assessments to complete the next unit UEPMNT367.

UEPMNT367 Install and commission stationary gas-fuelled reciprocating engines
This unit covers the installation and commissioning of stationary gas-fuelled reciprocating engines as per the submission and specifications supplied and the Type B gas Approval as required. It encompasses working safely and to be compliant to the correct standards, mainly AS/NZS3814 matching the plant/equipment, location, components and fuel train pipework to given specifications. Commissioning the plant and equipment including: pre-commissioning tests, start-up, and adjusting components and controls for safe and efficient operation. Completing all necessary compliance documentation i.e. compliance certificates, installation, and commissioning documentation.



Program information

The GSE course has been redesigned to include both units, which are blended to create better skills and knowledge to not only service Gas Stationary Engines but to confirm the Gas Engine has been installed correctly and is compliant.

The online work has been increased to reduce the amount of face-to-face time theory and to increase the face-to-face practical concentrated practical over four days.

Why more online work?

Online work is spread over a longer period. To underpin and help you absorb the learnings, so when you get to the practical days, then you can apply what you have learned onto the real-life Gas stationary engines, that you find in the field.

The Bizmatrix Gas Stationary Engines training rigs:

Simulate Large Gas Stationary Engines: LPG or Natual Gas greater than 1 MW and 4 MW.


• Zero pressure regulators venturi-shaped fuel systems.

  •  Fully compliant gas valve trains and safety systems.
  • Two types of engine cooling systems.
  • Typical exhaust and cooling systems.
  • exact commissioning and Gas engine setups.

1.  Pre-face to face Online learning (Approx. 8-10 hrs)  to be completed prior to face-to-face (F2F) practical.
2.  Followed by F2F Practical – Install/Service is  five (5) Days Face to face 

Online learning with  virtual classes and video instructions to be completed prior to F2F practical

What's in the online course?

Gas Basics Stationary Engines  all online work (Approx. 40-50hrs)
Gas Stationary Engines Online Course
Online Modules- WHS, Gas basics, Disconnect and reconnect- Hazards, Ventilation, conduction, leak testing, Legislation, compliance and more 

Note: you will be issued with a Training Plan Agreement – with the due dates for each section and these due dates are mandatory to achieve.

2.  On the successful completion of the pre- face 2 face online course by the due dates, then you will be able to attend the F2F practical training –  5 days of Service/Install

Before you book a course:
•  Pre-requisite units required before commencement & enrolment.
•  Understand that online learning and assessment commences on enrolment.
•  Plan your study periods and attendance to the regular virtual online classes
•  Allow at least 3-6 weeks to complete the online learning & assessments.
•  Understand all online learning must be completed 1 week before the face-to-face (F2F) practical training
•  The online is designed to pace out the learning and help you with understanding and increase the volume of learning over a longer period.
•  Check the due dates for the online learning and the assessments

  • You are required to complete and confirm competency in the following units as a pre-requisite before commencement and attending either of the Gas Stationary Engine units.

    •  CPCCWHS1001 – Work safely in the Construction Industry (Statement of Attainment)
    •  HLTAID001 – Provide Cardiopulmonary resuscitation – Perform CPR or equivalent.

    Note: These units are not included however will be required to commencement and to fulfil the Gas Stationary Engine unit prerequisite  requirements.


Training includes:
•  Access to online learning portal and materials
•  Australian Standards included: AS/NZS 5601-1-Part 1 and AS/NZS3814  latest versions ( Free of Charge)
•  Required Student Learner Manuals/textbooks.
•  The Voyage of Discovery – Gas stationary Engines manual
•  Practical onsite training- including Access to
»  Two Gas Stationary Engines.- Simulate up to 4 MW engines
»  Two-stage gas systems.
»  Required tools and test equipment for the practical.

Note:  these are the standalone units and assumes you can provide evidence of the pre-requisites which are required to complete these two units.


Please note: When you click “Apply Now”, you will start the process of enrolling into the course. If you want to make an enquiry, please click “Enquire Now” above.

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GSE-3-2024 - Gas Stationary Engines Course-2024 e-learn ( 5 days face to face ) (21-25 October2024)) eLearning due before:21/10/2024   Face-to-Face Dates: Online starts 1st Sept - Face2face21 - 25 Oct 2024 eLearning due before:21/10/2024

Class Time: 07:00 am ---- 03:30 pm

Unit 53/193 South Pine Road, Brendale QLD 6 General Pricing $3,590.00   " Enquire Now " Button above 


Is a Gas Stationary Engine a Type B gas appliance?
Yes,  however this course and the units cover Install and Commission, Repair and Maintain stationary gas-fuelled reciprocating engines to a maximum size of 5 GJ/hr.

If you are required to install and service stationary gas engines more than 5 GJ/hr then we recommend you consider the Bizmatrix Type B Gas Course CPCPGS4023 Install , commission and service Type B gas Appliances

When I complete the Gas Stationary Engine course can I install and service any Type B gas appliance?
No, the Gas Stationary Engine courses whether it be Install & Commission and or Service and Maintain, solely cover Gas Stationary Engines to 5 GJ/hr and only Gas Stationary Engines.

What does the Gas Stationary Course Cover – does it cover the engine?
The focus of the Gas Stationary Engine course – mainly covers the gas section of the appliance, from the gas supply, valve train, gas rates, purge time and purge volume, the engine management systems compliance, gas submission, checking exhaust gases, valve train testing, correct gas rates and tuning the gas, setting high and low-pressure switches, correct ventilation, complying to Section 5.8 in AS/NZS3814. Types of engines, OPSO and OPP regulators, multi-bloc valves and working safely with generators. Basic maintenance checks and service techniques.

This course will not teach you the mechanics of the gas stationary engine.

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