Gas Installer Training Courses, registration and certification
If you are interested in gas installation safety training, the main safety related training courses that all domestic gas installers and service agents are recommended to have completed are outlined below.
The purpose of this course is to provide participants with the skills and related knowledge to the required skills to enable them to:
· install gas equipment and appliances safely
· obtain a GI1 and GID certificates that meet the required standards
· be able to apply for registration on the Bord Gais Register of Gas Installers
Course objectives for gas installer 1 safety (GI1)
On completion of this course the participant will have the acquired knowledge and skills to enable them to work safely at domestic and non domestic gas installations under supervision having passed the course examination
GIS (Gas Safety)
· Safety Standards
· Flues & Ventilation
· Pressure & Flow
· Gas Appliances
Duration: 5 days
Course objectives for gas installer domestic (GID)
On completion of this course the participant will have acquired the knowledge and skills to enable them to install and admit gas safely to domestic installations having passed in course assessments and the end of course examination
· Gas installation level one safety review
· Electricity and electrical control
· Gas meter installation and isolation
· Combustion analyzers, flame protection devices and combustion safety
· Customer relations and commissioning installations
· End of unit written and practical tests
Duration: 10 days
Domestic Gas Servicing & fault finding course
The aim of the Domestic Gas Servicing & fault finding Training Course is to provide participants with the skills and related knowledge to enable them to diagnose faults, service & repair a range of gas cookers, fires and central heating boilers to Manufacturer's Specifications and to comply with current gas regulations and codes of practice to achieve certification.
- Review of flueing, ventilation and Soundness Testing
- Fault finding techniques & testing
- Gas Cookers
- Gas Fires
- Central Heating boilers
- Combination boilers
- Condensing boilers
- Legal aspects and Documentation of service work
- Practical Training Workshops.
- Extensive Practical Training Workshops on Product Identification, Product Types, Fault Identification, Product Repairs, Product Maintenance and System Applications.
- Practical Training on all the various types of equipment.
Applicants must hold a
- GID or a GI 2 Certification