Competent Person Ventilation Course

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Competent Person Ventilation | City & Guilds Accredited


Course Code: CPV


Course Overview:
To provide attendees with the necessary information to enable them to understand the duties and responsibilities of the nominated Competent Person (Ventilation) as detailed within HTM 03-01, and other associated guidance.


Who Is This Course For:
This course is aimed at managers, technical staff and consultants, who need an understanding about the practical aspects of the maintenance and measurement of hospital ventilation systems, which is intended for maintenance personnel nominated for the role of Competent Person (Ventilation), as defined in HTM 03-01.


Key Learning Areas Covered in This Course:

  • Types & purposes of ventilation systems LEVs, Split Systems Air Handling units-advantages, disadvantages, principal components and the criteria for determining the appropriate ventilation rates
  • List statutory comfort standards requirements & sources of Department of Health & industry guidance
  • Identifying the need for and probable location of smoke & fire dampers, function, pressure stabilisation methods
  • Identifying the essential components of an Air Conditioning System
  • Identifying appropriate filter grades for given applications primary, secondary, ULPA and HEPA systems, their function, appropriate use and change criteria
  • Understand the need for humidification & de-humidification, types of humidifiers -typical problems associated with humidifiers and how to overcome them
  • Anti-Legionella precautions within ventilation and air conditioning systems
  • Describe the function of control systems within ventilation systems
  • Carry out AHU audits & identify construction and maintenance issues
  • Verify critical system airflow and pressures
  • Permit to work system

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Competent Person Ventilation | City & Guilds Accredited


Who should attend?
This course is aimed at managers, technical staff and consultants, who need an understanding about the practical aspects of the maintenance and measurement of hospital ventilation systems, which is intended for
maintenance personnel nominated for the role of Competent Person (Ventilation), as defined in HTM 03-01.


Purpose of the course

To provide attendees with the necessary information to enable them to understand the duties and responsibilities of the nominated Competent Person (Ventilation) as detailed within HTM 03-01, and other associated guidance.


What is covered?

Types & purposes of ventilation systems LEVs, Split Systems Air Handling units-advantages, disadvantages, principal components and the criteria for determining the appropriate ventilation rates.
List statutory comfort standards requirements & sources of Department of Health & industry guidance.
Identifying the need for and probable location of smoke & fire dampers, function, pressure stabilisation methods
Identifying the essential components of an Air Conditioning System.
Identifying appropriate filter grades for given applications primary, secondary, ULPA and HEPA systems, their function, appropriate use and change criteria
Understand the need for humidification & de-humidification, types of humidifiers -typical problems associated with humidifiers and how to overcome them.
Anti-Legionella precautions within ventilation and air conditioning systems.
Describe the function of control systems within ventilation systems.
Carry out AHU audits & identify construction and maintenance issues.
Verify critical system airflow and pressures.
Permit to work system.

Course Duration

A 3 day course, starting at 09.00hrs and finishing at 17.00hrs on day 3.

Competent Person Ventilation | City & Guilds Accredited


Types & purposes of ventilation systems LEVs, Split Systems Air Handling units-advantages, disadvantages, principal components and the criteria for determining the appropriate ventilation rates.
List statutory comfort standards requirements & sources of Department of Health & industry guidance.
Identifying the need for and probable location of smoke & fire dampers, function, pressure stabilisation methods
Identifying the essential components of an Air Conditioning System.
Identifying appropriate filter grades for given applications primary, secondary, ULPA and HEPA systems, their function, appropriate use and change criteria
Understand the need for humidification & de-humidification, types of humidifiers -typical problems associated with humidifiers and how to overcome them.
Anti-Legionella precautions within ventilation and air conditioning systems.
Describe the function of control systems within ventilation systems.
Carry out AHU audits & identify construction and maintenance issues.
Verify critical system airflow and pressures.
Permit to work system.

Competent Person Ventilation | City & Guilds Accredited


Key course facts:

Course times: 09.00
Course duration: 3 days
 

Q - Who is this Competent Person Ventilation Training Course aimed at?
A This Competent Person Ventilation Training Course is aimed at managers, technical staff and consultants, who need an understanding about the practical aspects of the maintenance and measurement of hospital ventilation systems, which is intended for maintenance personnel nominated for the role of Competent Person (Ventilation), as defined in HTM 03-01.

Q - How do I get more information about the Competent Person Ventilation Training Course:?
A - Call us on 0845 2600 966 or request a brochure pack

Q - How do I book a place on the Competent Person Ventilation Training Course:?
A - Call us on 0845 2600 966 and we will advise you of the next dates scheduled for this course.

For more general frequently asked questions please see our main FAQ page or call us on 0845 2600 966.


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