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Oxy-Fuel Gas Competence Training & Inspection

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Key Info

Learning Area   Engineering
Delivery Mode   Part-time
Duration   Inspection (6 hours, 9am to 4pm). Inspection and Practical Cutting training (9 hours, 9am to 7pm)
Course Code   10611-STA-22,10611-STA


Dates & Locations

Course Type   Leisure and Professional
Location   Cornwall College St Austell
Start Date   As required
Fees   Tuition Fees: £120.00


Course Type   Leisure and Professional
Location   Cornwall College St Austell
Start Date   As required
Fees   Tuition Fees: £120.00

This course is for owners and users of compressed gases for welding, cutting and similar processes. Oxy/Fuel equipment should only be used by those who have had competence training.

This Mandatory Competence Inspection course, focuses on the essential knowledge and skills required to inspect Oxy-Fuel Gas Equipment safely.

The training enables the candidate to comply with legal obligations and current codes of practice.

Upon meeting the criteria after attending this course, you will be able to inspect test and operate Oxy-Fuel gas equipment safely and competently.

Tuition Fees: Inspection Only - £150. Inspection and Practical Cutting training £225

  What You Will Learn

The legal obligations of owners and users:

The Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations

BGCA Code of Practice CP7 and CP47

Pressure Systems Safety Regulations 2000

The principles and hazards of Oxy-Fuel gas cutting and welding

Introduction to Industrial Gases – Oxygen, Acetylene, Propane

Components, Storage, Handling and Transportation

Oxy-Fuel gas practical inspection procedures towards BGCA Code of Practice 7

The correct sequence of Setting up, Leak detection procedures, Lighting up, Flame set recognition, Operating and Shutting down of the Oxy-Fuel gas equipment

Workstation and Underpinning Knowledge tests

**Practical gas cutting exercises**

  Progression

Practical gas cutting exercises.

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