To provide operatives with knowledge and skill relating to the installation, exchange, removal and commissioning of gas meters.
Range of meters covered - Primary and secondary meters up to 6 cubic metres per hour capacity.
Operatives installing meters with a higher supply pressure, between 75 mbar – 2 bar, will additionally require the REGT1 assessment.
The candidate will be assessed in the following areas:
Gas Safety Legislation
Installation of pipework and fittings
Test for tightness
Checking and/or setting meter regulations
Identification of unsafe situations
The Operation and positioning of emergency controls
Emergency notices and warning labels
The operation and checking of gas safety devices and controls
Installation of open, balanced and fan assisted flue assemblies
Gas Emergency Actions and Procedures
Characteristics of combustion
Re-establish existing gas supply and re-light appliances
Some of our clients who trust us with their training:
The Initial CMA1 and appliances course is for gas meter installers whose existing CMA1 has lapsed by more than 12 months or for candidates who are new to the industry and have undertaken a managed learning programme.
Just a 10-minute walk from both Paisley Gilmour Street train station and the St James’ train station and a 5-minute drive from Glasgow airport, our Paisley centre is convenient to attend. Free parking is also available on-site.
Dalgety Bay Training Academy
Our Dalgety Bay Training Academy provides free onsite parking and is just a 10-minute walkfrom Dalgety Bay train station.
Edinburgh (First Aid Only)
Hotel Novotel, Edinburgh Park, 15 Lochside Avenue, Edinburgh, EH12 9DJ
Birmingham City Centre (First Aid Only)
THE PRIORY ROOMS MEETING AND CONFERENCE CENTRE, Quaker Meeting House, 40 Bull St, Birmingham, B4 6AF
Solihull (First Aid Only)
West Warwickshire Sports Complex, 78 Grange Rd, Solihull B91 1DA