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Pages: 81 pages
Size: 40 MB
Author (s): BPEC
Date of Publication: 2017
The material information contained in this learning manual is for the purpose of study and reference only which may lead to gaining a recognised gas qualification.
The material contained within this manual was correct at the time of publication Anyone working on Gas Appliances has to be qualified and registered with the appropriate Gas scheme provider e.g. in the UK this would be Gas Safe.
This short programme is designed to enhance the skills and knowledge you require to install, maintain and repair modern high efficiency and combination gas appliances. lt has been designed with practising plumbing and heating engineers in mind and therefore concentrates mainly on:
- High efficiency and combination boiler installation;
- High efficiency and combination boiler system components;
- High efficiency and combination boiler fault-finding;
The training material is presented as a series of sections which can be studied individually or in their entirety.
The material has been developed to support delivery in approved training centres and the course contains a significant element of practical work.
A very important part of the course is the assessment that will occur at the end. The assessment process will take approximately 2 hours and will include both practical and written assessments which must be completed within set time limits.
Whilst there are no specific entry requirements for this course you should have a working knowledge of domestic plumbing and heating systems (ideally with nationally recognised qualifications to back this up) and you should be physically able to undertake the work required.
1. Introduction: Features of combination and high-efficiency boilers
2. Installation best practice for combination and high-efficiency boilers
3. Common components for high efficiency and combination boilers
4. Combination boiler components and electrical circuits
5. Mechanical and electrical fault finding processes for combination and high-efficiency boilers
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