Industrial Gas Accreditation Scheme (I-GAS)

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INDUSTRIAL GAS ACCREDITATION SCHEME (I-GAS)

Guidance regulation 3 of the “GAS Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations 1998” States:

“Gas work for those working at premises that fall outside the scope of the Regulations should only be undertaken by a person who has successfully completed an appropriate full training course followed by an assessment of competence.”

The CEA’s I-GAS qualification has been created to fill this gap, in collaboration with industrial gas training providers, manufacturers of combustion equipment and employers. It is the only formal training and accreditation scheme currently available that is specifically designed for maintenance staff and technicians working with gas in industrial premises.

qualifications
Level 1: Entry Portfolio
  • Is an entry level knowledge check to allow access to Levels 2 and 3 for candidates with little gas work experience and does not permit a successful candidate to carry out any work on gas systems.
  • For New Entrants to familiarise candidates with gas industry standards, legislation and procedures.
  • The Candidate will receive a 60 minute Multiple Choice exam paper to be sat either at work or in their own time (open book)
Level 2: Industrial Gas Maintenance
  • For Candidates working on pipework, safe procedures for gas work, breaking into gas ways, repairing or replacing gas line components, strength test, tightness testing, purging & relighting end of line equipment.
  • This is a 5-day course, consisting of practical and theoretical training with written examinations (open book) and practical assessment.
Level 3: Industrial Gas Technician
  • For Candidates working on gas burners, gas pipework, understanding combustion principles and equipment, combustion analysis and emissions, setting regulators.
  • This is a 5-day course, consisting of practical and theoretical training with written examinations (open book) and practical assessment.
Level 4: Industrial Gas Engineer (in development)
  • For Candidates Designing pipework, strength testing, pipeline replacement & modifications to installations and gas system commissioning.
Level 5: Industrial Gas Designer (in development)
  • For Candidates Designing New installations and requiring certification, it includes DSEAR and Risk Assessments

Training events

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Details of upcoming training courses with our approved CEA Training Providers.

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To enquire for the I-GAS Course please complete the form and click send.

To apply for an I-GAS Course please complete the pdf form and return to info@cea.org.uk.

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