• LevelLevel 3
  • FT/PTPT
  • Duration1 day
  • Awarding bodyBPEC

Overview

The course is designed to be a refresher for individuals who are required to renew their unvented qualification and continue to install, commission and maintain unvented hot water cylinders (or any mains fed appliance with a storage capacity of over 15 litres) to self-certify their work in accordance with part G3 of the building regulations.

Course Information

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01642 333333 or email courseinfo@mbro.ac.uk.

On this course you will:

  • Understand the requirements of Section G3 of the Building Regulations relating to the design, installation and service & maintenance of unvented hot water storage systems and how to comply with the regulations.
  • Identify typical faults associated with the installation or maintenance of unvented hot water systems.
  • Understand the requirements of Part L1 of the Building Regulations detailing – Conservation of Fuel and Power as they relate to the design, installation and service & maintenance of hot water and central heating systems.

1 Day Various

Entry requirements

You must be a qualified plumber to at least Level 2.

You will be taught by a mixture of lectures using presentations, supervised study and workshop demonstrations.

You will be assessed through practical and theory questioning.

You can carry out work as a registered installer of domestic unvented hot water storage systems.

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£125 Please note this course is full cost and therefore learners are unable to get any fee remission.

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