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Liquified Petroleum Gas (known as LPG) is an alternative fuel commonly used for heating appliances and cooking equipment where natural gas is not available, for example, in rural areas not serviced by the gas grid. If you are a gas installer who counts countryside clients in its customer-base, then upskilling into this area could be a smart business move.
LPG is stored in permanent tanks or pressurised bottles of various sizes, making it the ideal fuel for a range of portable applications including boats, yachts and leisure accommodation vehicles, such as caravans and motor homes.
LPG is also used for park homes and static caravan fleets on holiday parks.
The main LPG gases are Propane and Butane, or a mixture of the two.
ACS route to LPG
Viva Training’s LPG courses are for experienced Gas Safe Registered engineers who have been qualified for a minimum of 6 months.
LPG training with Viva
LPG training and assessment is the perfect complement to gas ACS, which we also offer at our purpose-built centre. Courses are delivered by ex-British Gas installers and we know what it takes to succeed in this industry.
We pride ourselves on being helpful and supportive to give our candidates the best chance of success.
LPG Permanent Dwellings (CONGLP1 PD)
LPG Residential Park Homes (CONGLP1 RPH)
LPG Leisure Accommodation Vehicles (CONGLP1 LAV)
LPG Closed Flue Gas Fires (HTRLP2)
For gas installers upskilling into LPG
Covers main applications, including park homes & boats
Properties and characteristics of LPG
Successful candidates will achieve CONGLP1