Liquified Petroleum Gas (LPG), a type of gas – propane or butane – that exists in liquid form, is used in vehicles, some cooking equipment like BBQs and home heating appliances. You’ll probably recognise it in its storage container; usually a highly pressurised steel gas bottle or tank that prevents the gas from evaporating due to its very low boiling temperature.
Who is this course for?
Experienced gas engineers or newly qualified engineers with CCN1 or COCN1 can expand their knowledge, skills and scope of work with LPG conversion. This will ensure the safe installation of this alternative fuel.
Why train with us?
It’s a great time to become qualified in LPG considering energy efficiency is becoming increasingly important in today’s world. The government has recently vowed to reduce harmful greenhouse gases to net zero by 2050 in the new climate change initiative.
In order to become qualified in the installation of residential park homes or leisure accommodation vehicles, engineers must hold the CONGLP1 (LPG crossover) qualification. An engineer can become qualified with the above qualifications within 2 days or just 1 day for the crossover training only.
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