Overview of course
If you wish to become OFTEC registered this is a four-day programme of theoretical and practical training and is designed for engineers who are new to the oil industry or those with limited experience. It equips delegates with the knowledge to undertake the OFLT10-101, OFT10-105e and OFT10-600a assessments.
This training takes place in the classroom and a well equipped workshop and is delivered by a well qualified, experienced and knowledgeable team.
Course attendance dates are 28, 29 March, 1 & 2 April 2019.
Course fee is fully inclusive of a full set of OFTEC Textbooks (Books 1 to 4 and Domestic Heating Design Guide) and refreshments.
Candidates must have relevant skills, knowledge and experience either in the oil-fired field, or "hands-on" in associated activities such as plumbing and heating, gas fitting, engineering etc. Candidates will be required to complete an OFTEC Checklist for Candidates Claiming Category 2 Status before enrolling on the training course.
Please contact us for further details.
Further course detail
Course content includes:
- Safety Requirements
- Oil Specifications
- Fuel Efficiency
- Flues and Ventilation
- Oil Supply Line and Storage
- Float Control
- Valves and Oil Lifters
- Burners of the Vaporising and Pressure Jet Type
- Burner Control
- Start up and Shut down Sequences
- Servicing and Commissioning Procedures.
Days & times
Monday 08:30 - 16:30
Tuesday 08:30 - 16:30
Thursday 08:30 - 16:30
Friday 08:30 - 16:30