THE TRAINING PROGRAM FOR THE OPERATION SUPERVISOR OF CONSUMER GAS SYSTEM EQUIPMENT OF UP TO AND MORE THAN 120KW POWER
Patalpinta: 2016-06-07 08:29:55
The training program is prepared according to the current job market professional training requirements and is for the supervisor training for exploiting works of consumer systems with devices of up to and more than 120kW power.
This training program is available for persons who are no younger than 18 years old and have gained at least higher technical education.
The planned duration of this training program – 2.5 weeks. During the theoretical training the trainees get to know about gas systems, gas characteristics, comparison to other types of fuel, the materials used for gas systems and devices, the requirements for gas system design and exploitation, the requirements for the implementation of dangerous works with gas.
The supervisors for exploiting works of consumer systems with devices of up to and more than 120kW power learn to exploit the gas systems correctly and safely – to carry out gas launch, technical maintenance, measurements, testing, diagnostics of failure and repair works, are introduced to the process of locating accidents and disruptions in gas systems.
The practical training is divided into two parts: the first part – is an introduction to the materials used for gas systems, the devices and equipment, the second part – is an introduction to the exploitation works of working gas systems, while observing real-time (in the workplaces) currently performed works.
To the persons, who have learned the material of this training program and passed the exam, the certificate of the training program complete (3106) is issued together with the attestation certificate with the text: ‘ able to manage consumer gas systems with gas-burning devices of up to and higher than 120W of power’. If the attestation board decides, that the candidate knows the order of implementation of dangerous works with gas and is able to use individual protective measures, he is given the right to ‘carry out dangerous works with gas’ within the scope of performed works.