Liquid propane

Using Module 25, students will cover various aspects and applications involving liquid propane including properties, characteristics, safe handling, related legal documents, liquid propane components, pumps, compressors and vaporizers. 

Upon successful completion of this course, you will achieve a certificate of completion.

LIQUID PROPANE Course Information

 

Length32 hours
Course ScheduleMonday to Thursday, 8:00am – 4:00pm. Click on the apply button below to view the schedule by campus location.
DescriptionThis program does not require approval under the Ontario Career Colleges Act, 2005.

Using Module 25, students will cover various aspects and applications involving liquid propane including properties, characteristics, safe handling, related legal documents, liquid propane components, pumps, compressors and vaporizers.

A person who is the holder of an LP certificate may install, purge, activate, repair, alter, service and remove liquid propane piping or tubing systems and components.
Course OutlineAt the end of this module technicians will be able to:

Describe the physical properties of propane and chemical reactions in different situations.

Identify the codes, standards, and regulations that apply to liquid propane installations and describe specific requirements.

Describe the purpose, features, types, applications, requirements, testing, maintenance, and repair procedures for ISC valves, pumps, compressors, emergency shut-off valves and bulkheads, vaporizers, meters, remote dispensing devices, and other components used with liquid propane.
ExamThe theory examination will be administered by Hi-Mark upon completion of the course.
Pre-requisiteAn applicant for an LP certificate shall be the holder of a G.1, G.2, GP or IMT certificate. The applicant shall also have documented proof of 80 hours of work experience on liquid propane systems under the direct supervision of an LP certificate holder.
Codebooks Required• B149.1 – Natural Gas & Propane Installation Code
• B149.2 – Propane Storage & Handling Code
• Ontario Act, Regulations, and Code Adoption Documents for use with B149 Code Series

• CSA Gas Technician – Module 25 – Liquid Propane
Application Processing Fee Full Payment of $2,440.40 due upon registration. Includes a non-Refundable Application Processing fee of $100.00.
Course Cost$2,440.40. This is an all-inclusive price including application processing fee, Module 25, applicable taxes, tuition and exam fees. This price does not include Codebooks and administration fees for funded students. Prices are subject to change.

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