OFT/10-105E Domestic Oil Firing System Installation & Energy Conservation Measures in Buildings

Introduction

This is a practical course designed for experienced operatives.

This course is designed to provide operatives with an up-to-date refreshment of regulations and take the operative through the correct procedures for the installation of pressure jet oil appliances.

Anyone new to the oil industry should consider attending our OFT50 course for new entrants.

Course objectives/key benefits.

To provide candidates with the knowledge, understanding and skills to undertake installation work involving domestic oil pressure-jet appliances.

Who is the course aimed at?

Any experienced oil operatives, or GAS SAFE registered heating system operatives wishing to undertake pressure-jet oil commissioning or servicing (PLEASE NOTE: Proof of previous qualifications will be required prior to the start of the course).

Anyone new to the oil industry should consider attending our OFT50 course for new entrants.

Entry requirements/pre-requisites

Candidates undertaking this course must either be experienced oil operatives, or GAS SAFE registered heating system operatives (PLEASE NOTE: Proof of previous qualifications will be required prior to the start of the course).

Anyone new to the oil industry should consider attending our OFT50 course for new entrants.

Course Content

PLEASE NOTE: Pipework and fire valves are no longer covered by the OFTEC 105E qualification. These elements are part of the OFTEC 600A qualification.

Training Method

Practical workshop and theory.

Assessment

Practical assessment and multiple-choice question paper.

Course outcome/qualification

Candidates who successfully complete the assessment will be eligible to join the OFTEC competent persons scheme.

Materials required/provided

Candidates will need up-to-date OFTEC Books 1, 2, 3 & 4.

Anyone already OFTEC registered can obtain the above books directly from OFTEC at a discounted price.

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