Non-Domestic Gas – Power Generation and CHP Installations (Elective Module)

The aim of this module is to equip the learner with the knowledge, skill and competence to safely carry out non-domestic gas-fired power generation and combined heat and power (CHP) installations in accordance with applicable standards, legislation and guidelines, whilst working on their own initiative or in a supervisory capacity.

On successful completion of this course participants will have acquired an extensive insight into non-domestic gas power generation and CHP installations and will have the acquired the skills and knowledge to safely carry out non-domestic gas works on same.


Unit 1:             Introduction
Unit 2:             Legislation and standards
Unit 3:             Ventilation & flues in relation to power generation & CHP installations
Unit 4:             Maintenance & repair of power generation & CHP installations, appliances and equipment
Unit 5:             Electrical testing and safety of power generation & CHP installations
Unit 6:             Chimneys and Flues in relation to power generation & CHP installations
Unit 7:             Maintenance and Repair of power Generation & CHP installations
Unit 8:             Safety Assessments power generation & CHP installations
Unit 9:             Decommissioning of power generation & CHP appliances and equipment
Unit 10:           Practical Workshop

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS: QQI 6N20521 Minor Award in Domestic Gas & Pipework Safety Level 6

DURATION: Minimum of 4 Days



CERTIFICATION: QQI 6N20546 Minor Award in Space Heating & Hot Water Installation Level 6

Please note:
Application forms with all details including payment must be completed before training/assessment commences. Two recent photographs(passport style and size in colour) must be submitted with each application.

Transfer and progression:

You can progress to a relevant level 6 major award on the National Framework of Qualifications or to another Elective module of the Non-Domestic Gas Safety. Please contact our office on 057 8756540 or email for further information.

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