Ground-Gas Protection: Installation & Verification
This is a highly practical one day workshop which takes a look at best practice and the latest CIRIA C735 guidance on the verification of gas protection.
It is designed for on-site technicians who wish to keep up to speed with the requirements of good membrane installation practice and gain an understanding of the verification process to achieve a fit for purpose end product, and a safe property.
Who is this ground gas protection installation course for?
Job roles that could benefit from this training include: operatives and technicians, validators, verification/inspection engineers, technicians who have not already been formally trained.
If you do not work in a technicians role but still need to keep up to speed with the latest standards and good practice to ensure safe and successful implementation of general ground gas protection, then you might find the “Ground-Gas Protection: Getting It Right” theory based one day seminar more suitable.
Structure of our ground gas protection installation training
This is a one day practical workshop. Due to the practical nature of the day, places on each workshop are limited to just 10 delegates.
Delegates are provided with materials and tools for the day. The workshop is divided into three units:
Note: This training course is not part of any NVQ Level 2 qualification. At the end of the workshop attendees will receive a certificate of knowledge and attendance.
Materials and tools required for training
Attendees will be provided with all gas membrane materials for the practical elements of the day. They will also be provided with specialist tooling* (heat guns, rollers, scissors, and the construction materials to form the temporary structures and details for the installation of the gas membrane).
* Any attendees who wish to supply their own heat gun and hand tools must ensure that the appliance has a valid PAT certificate & a visible PAT label attached.
What technicians have said about the ground gas course
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