Building Services Multi-Discipline Engineering

In Springburn

£ 720 + VAT

Description

  • Typology

    Vocational qualification

  • Location

    Springburn (Scotland)

Facilities

Location

Starts

Springburn (Glasgow)
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123 Flemington Street, G214TD

Starts

On request

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Course programme



BUILDING SERVICES MULTI-DISCIPLINE ENGINEERING COURSE

WHAT WILL YOU BE ABLE TO DO?

In Practice
·Undertake basic pipe-fitting skills, including pipe-threading, flaring, soldering, compression jointing.

· Undertake basic electrical theory and practice, including use of a multimeter, test lamps, clamp meter, basic heating controls wiring, fault diagnosis, safe isolation

· Undertake basic servicing, commissioning of gas and oil fired appliances, including use of a manometer, gas rating, oil throughput, flue gas analysis sampling, flue performance tests

· Carry out basic gas tightness testing procedures and purging procedures on gas installation pipes

· Undertake basic checks and tests on a range of hot and cold water services, including an introduction to chemical and thermal disinfection, temperature tests

· Calculate ventilation requirements for gas and oil fired appliances, heat inputs and oil throughputs

· Undertake servicing, commissioning, fault diagnostic checks on LTHW heating systems sealed and vented

· Learn to programme maintenance works and how to identify key components within plant that will extend it's life and duration

· How to operate a planned maintenance system in conjunction with PPM guidelines· How to undertake condition based surveys on plant and components

In Theory:
· Basic principles of LTHW heating systems and their associated primary and secondary controls, including sealed and vented systems. Principles of expansion and methods of accommodating it.

· Determining basic heat losses for buildings

· Statutory and guidance documentation affecting mechanical/ electrical operatives within the industry

· Properties and characteristics of oil and gases

· Understanding hot and cold water services and systems

· Understanding basic electrical theory

· Understanding how contactors, relays etc operate

· Service and maintenance procedures for heating, oil, gas, water, ventilation and air conditioning systems and associated components

· The basic refrigeration cycle

· Fan types, heat emitters, boiler types, air handling units, air conditioning units, valves, pipework types and applications

· The temperature/pressure relationship of fluids

· Calculating test and purde times for gas installations

HOW IS THE COURSE STRUCTURED?
The course above is a mix of theory and practice and is designed to give those already, or those wishing to work within a Building Services, Service & Maintenance environment a range of knowledge and skills commensurate with roles undertaken by personnel working within this environment. The course is delivered two nights per week for ten weeks on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Study notes will be issued to compliment theory, and practical works will be preceded by demonstration and where required, visual aids.

WHO IS THE COURSE FOR?
The course is primarily gauged at those operating within a Building Services Engineering Service & Maintenance environment, whose skills need to be enhanced to compliment the diversity encountered within doing this type of work, however for those who are looking to enter this sector, the course will provide a foundation level of understanding across the mechanical/electrical range.

WHAT WILL I RECEIVE ON COMPLETION?
On completion of the course duration, each candidate will be issued with a College certificate depicting the range of works they have attended for training on.

WHAT WILL THE COURSE COST?
The costs associated with this provision will be £720.00 per candidate, payable on the 1st day of attendance.

WHEN WILL THE COURSE START?
Start times will be 17.00 - 20.00 on each attendant eveningNote: Bookings are taken on a 1st come 1st served basis.

Day: Tuesday and Thursday

Start Date: Running several times throughout the year
Cost: £720
ILA 200 Funding Available

Building Services Multi-Discipline Engineering

£ 720 + VAT