Engineering, Oil and Gas

Training Course: Domestic Ventilation


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5 - 9 Jul 2020

Cairo (Egypt)

Hotel : InterContinental Cairo Semiramis

Cost : 2750 Euro

Introduction:

The  ventilation training and assessment course has been developed by leading industry experts and focuses on providing a technical competency for electricians, contractors, heating engineers and ventilation installers. The course covers everything from passive stack ventilation to commissioning of a mechanical ventilation heat recovery unit.

What is covered on the domestic ventilation course?

The course has been designed to improve your knowledge of domestic ventilation systems and have a good understanding of how they work. This is the minimum technical competency requirement for installers looking to apply to join a Competent Person Scheme in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

The domestic ventilation training and assessment course has been designed to provide you with the required skills in the principles of ventilation, design, installation, testing, commissioning, handover, servicing and fault-finding of domestic ventilation systems in accordance with the National Occupational Standards and Minimum Technical Competency documents.

Do I need to have knowledge of ventilation systems already?

It is advised that candidates are competent and have some knowledge of domestic ventilation systems prior to attending. We also suggest experience within the heating, plumbing or electrical sector to complete the assessment at the end of the course.

What does the course involve?

The training course is split over two days, the first day will cover the fundamental principles of ventilation systems and a detailed overview of the different ventilation systems available and then the second day will involve a practical and assessment of a domestic ventilation system. Full details of what is included are shown below:

Part I

  • Fundamental working principles of ventilation systems
  • Minimum legal requirements
  • The types of ventilation systems
  • Passive Stack Ventilation - Passive stack ventilation (PSV) is the most effective natural ventilation strategy as it uses a combination of cross ventilation, buoyancy (warm air rising) and the venturi (wind passing over the terminals causing suction) effect.
  • Intermittent Extractor Fans
  • Continuous Mechanical Extract Systems
  • Continuous Mechanical Extract Systems with Heat Recovery
  • Why ventilation is important
  • The varying techniques used for installation of the different systems
  • The pitfalls associated with poor workmanship and misuse of ventilation systems
  • Basic system design
  • Preparation prior to installation

Part II

  • Competent Person Scheme
  • Commissioning of a mechanical ventilation heat recovery unit
  • Inspection and testing
  • Certification and documentation of a mechanical ventilation heat recovery unit
  • Assessments

Engineering, Oil and Gas

Training Course: Domestic Ventilation


Register Now
Quick Inquiry
Discount Group Download Brochure  

EN234604

5 - 9 Jul 2020

Cairo (Egypt) - InterContinental Cairo Semiramis

Hotel : InterContinental Cairo Semiramis

Cost: 2750 Euro


  About Cairo

Cairo is a mesmerizing assortment of iconic monuments, bustling markets, and ancient sites encircled by a vast and sprawling metropolis. At its core lies a maze-like medieval quarter. A world away from the modern side of the city, it boasts a seductive blend of intricate mosques, jostling crowds, madrasas, and traditional hammams. No visit could be complete without visiting the awe-inspiring Giza Pyramids that preside over the city's horizon. Whether you come to delve into the city's ancient past, dive into colorful souqs, sip mint tea and contemplate thousands of years of history or explore the city's cosmopolitan side, you'll be left with memories to last a lifetime.


  Things to do and places to visit in Cairo

The multi-layered capital of Egypt offers its visitors lively markets, authentic restaurants, and a multitude of ancient sights and archeological findings. Gaze in wonder at the Pyramids, take an awe-inspiring look at Tutankhamen's burial mask, shop for handmade souvenirs in the bazaars or hop on a sunset cruise down the Nile and embrace the sensory overload that is Cairo.

Take a vacation in Cairo and you can:

  • Visit the Great Sphinx of Giza, one of Ancient Egypt's great mysteries.
  • Explore the ramparts of the Salah El-Din Citadel.
  • Join locals drinking coffee at Fishawi Café, one of Cairo's first cafes and most important meeting spots.
  • Marvel at the seemingly endless historical artifacts on display at the Egyptian Museum.
  • Learn about the Ummayad, Ottoman, and Ayyubbid dynasties and more at the Museum of Islamic Art.
  • Haggle for souvenirs and gifts at the Khan el-Khalili souk.
  • See one of the world's oldest universities at the Al-Azhar Mosque, one of the city's original mosques.
  • Take a tour of the showstopping Giza pyramids.
  • Savor local cuisine such as mezze in the old city.
  • Wander through the labyrinth-like streets of Coptic Cairo, the city's ancient quarter, and spot Roman relics.
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