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BC4 Control Functions in Heating Plants

Centrica Business Solutions
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2 hours
635 GBP excl. VAT
Professional Training
Next available date: 03/02/2022 09:00 - Rotherham
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635 GBP

635 GBP

635 GBP

635 GBP

Course description

BC4 Control Functions in Heating Plants:

This course provides a detailed overview of all types of heating plants and systems together with the associated control applications.

This is an advanced course for engineers and technicians who have a good level of knowledge and a recommended minimum of two years’ experience within the industry. It is also recommended that candidates complete the BC1 Fundamentals of HVAC & Building Technology first.

Course Content

  • Control of a heating boiler
  • Control of a multiplant boiler
  • Control and supervision of oil/gas burners
  • Control of DHWS heating plant
  • Control of heat pump plant
  • Control of solar plant
  • Introduction to Building Information Modelling (BIM)
  • End of course assessment

The cost for BCIA members is £475 + VAT. For non-members it is £635 + VAT.

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Centrica Business Solutions

Centrica Business Solutions believe that if a job’s worth doing, it’s worth doing well. This is why their electrical courses give you and / or your staff the practical skills to keep your customers safe, your business running smoothly and your career...

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Bradmarsh Business Park
S60 1BY Rotherham

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