GAS STATIONARY ENGINES

UEPMNT368 Repair & maintain stationary gas fuelled reciprocating engines.

UEPMNT367 Install and commission stationary gas fuelled reciprocating engines

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Introduction

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.

Who is this course designed for?

This course is designed for those wanting to work on gas stationary engines. Applicants can complete the service only unit, or the entire program to be able to install, commission and repair gas stationary fuelled engines.

Course At A Glance

Units: UEPMNT368  Repair and maintain stationary gas-fueled reciprocating engines

UEPMNT367  Install and commission stationary gas-fueled reciprocating engines

Nationally Recognised? Yes.

  • CPCCWHS1001A – Work safely in the construction Industry (Statement of Attainment) HLTAID001 – Provide Cardiopulmonary resuscitation -Perform CPR or equivalent.
Education (onsite) 6 days
Practical face-to-face
E-Learning (online) Two days
Prior to 6-day face-to-face course.
Correspondence Not available

Service only eLearn + 4 days- $2,100
Full program eLearn + 6 days $3,300

Pricing

Gas Stationary Engines (Service only)

eLearning + 4 days

Service only – one unit

eLearn + 4 days

$2,100

Full gas stationary engines course

eLearning + 6 days

Full gas stationary course (install, commission, repair)

eLearning + 6 days

$3,330

Course Outcomes

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:

UEPMNT367 Install and commission stationary gas-fuelled reciprocating engines

UEPMNT368 Repair and maintain stationary gas-fuelled reciprocating engines

Training Dates & Locations – 2020

Full Gas stationary Engine course GSE-2-2020: Dates 27-30 April; 6 & 7 May 2020

    • Online e-learning prior to face to face (6 days) 1- Gas Basics Stationary Engines 2020 DUE DATE:  TBA  ALLOW: 8-10hrs
      2-Gas Stationary Engines Online Course (GSE)
      Module 1 – GSE Section 1-7 DUE DATE: TBA  ALLOW: 8hrs
      Module 2 – GSE Section 1 DUE DATE:  TBA- ALLOW: 8hrs
    • When this is all complete, you will be able to attend the Face to Face training starting on TBA
Name Date Time Location Available Spaces Cost
GSE-3-2021 Gas Stationary Engines Course:(SERVICE & INSTALL) - 2021 28 September - 1 October 2021 07:30 am - 04:30 pm Unit 53/193 South Pine Road, Brendale QLD 3 $3,300.00

Service only program: GSE-2S-2020: Dates 27 – 30 April 2020  – Gas stationary Engine course  

    • Online e-learning prior to face to face (4 days)

    Name Date Time Location Available Spaces Cost
    GSE-3-2021 Gas Stationary Engines Course:(SERVICE & INSTALL) - 2021 28 September - 1 October 2021 07:30 am - 04:30 pm Unit 53/193 South Pine Road, Brendale QLD 3 $3,300.00

    +What does each unit cover?

    UEPMNT368  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 the basics of Install, commission but focuses on the repair and maintenance of stationary gas-fueled reciprocating gas-fueled engines complying with the nationally accredited training scheme.

    This unit is completed first. And if the student is required to install and commissioning then they continue with the additional training days to complete the next unit UEPMNT367.

     

    UEPMNT367  Install and commission stationary gas-fueled reciprocating engines

    This unit covers the installation and commissioning of stationary gas-fueled 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.

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