Propane Consultants, LLC
2014 "CETP" Schedule
2014 is our 9th consecutive year of offering professional training using the
"National Propane Gas Association" approved program known as "CETP". Our trainers use the latest
training aids along with hands-on instrument training. When you attend our training sessions you
will recieve training from real technicians and instructors with over 48 years of experience
working in the Propane, Natural Gas, and Fuel Oil industries.
No other training programs can match our standards for success. This schedule is for classes at the
F.W.WEBB facility in Augusta, Maine. If you require training at your facility, we can help, give us a call for details.
- Propane Delivery Operations and Cylinder Delivery: "CETP" Books 2.4
July 14, 15, 2014 - Augusta, Me.
October 20, 21, 2014 - Augusta, Me.
Propane Delivery Operations and Cylinder Delivery course provides information for drivers
who operate commercial motor vehicles to deliver propane. It also covers: - DOT Licensing
and Driving Requirements. Discusses driving requirements and restrictions for drivers
who operate commercial motor vehicles to deliver propane. - Vehicle inspections, identification,
and documentation highlights. - Safely handling hazardous materials. Discusses the hazards
of handling a variety of flammable and combustible liquids and the associated safety measures.
Driving defensively and handling accidents and emergencies. Also vehicle parking, servicing,
and security. - Preparing cylinders for filling. - Filling cylinders and delivering cylinders.
- Propane Bobtail Delivery Operations: "CETP" Book 2.2 & 2.5
July 16, 17, 18, 2014 - Augusta, Me.
October 22, 23, 24, 2014 - Augusta, Me.
Bobtail Delivery Operations course provides information for drivers who operate commercial
motor vehicles to deliver propane. This course also covers: Bobtail equipment and systems
including the cargo tank, gauges, valves, pumps, meters, delivery hoses and emergency discharge
control equipment. Presents detailed procedures for safely loading a bobtail using the plant pump.
Looks into "DOT" requirements for bobtail inspections. Review features and installation requirements
of ASME tanks at customer location.
Successful completion of 2.2, 2.4, 2.5 courses above is required by the State of Maine in order
to apply for a Delivery Technician's License.
Cargo Tank Product Transfers covered in book 3.5 is designed for individuals who have
responsibilities in the propane plant such as inspecting, requalifying and filling small propane
containers, unloading propane transports and tank cars, and preparing propane containers for
transportation to and installation at customer sites.
Railcar Product Transferes covered in book 3.6 is designed for individuals who have the
responsibilities of unloading Railcars. This course covers: Railcar documentation, condition and
spotting procedures, unloading systems, verifying ordorant and security.
- Vapor Distribution Outside piping: "CETP" Book 4.1
May 6, 7, 8, 9, 2014 - Augusta, ME.
August 19, 20, 21, 22, 2014 - Augusta, ME.
Formerly "Outside Tank Setter" This course covers the designing and layout of vapor distribution
systems for residential, commercial, and industrial customer locations. Also includes lessons on reading construction
drawings, determining BTU loads, line sizing, regulator selections, tank setting, manifolding of
tanks and cylinders and corrosion protection methods. NFPA 54 & 58 Required.
- Liquid Transfer Systems: "CETP" Book 5
May 20, 21, 22, 2014 - Augusta, Me.
September 9, 10, 11, 2014 - Augusta, Me.
This course covers material on maintaining and troubleshooting pumps, meters and compressors;
maintaining propane valves, flow monitors and hose; and inspecting and maintaining liquid transfer
systems. NFPA 58 Required
Successful completion of Books 4.1 - 4.2 - 5 are required by the State of Maine in order
to apply for a Tank Setter Technician's License.
- Appliance Service & Basic Electricity: "CETP" Book 7
July 22, 23, 24, 2014 - Augusta, Me.
November 18, 19, 20, 2014 - Augusta, Me.
This course covers applying basic electricity to service propane appliances and emphasizes
electrical troubleshooting of conventional and high efficiency appliances. Students are taught
to read and understand electrical schematics as well as how to use various electrical testing
devices, and applying a systematic approach to troubleshooting service calls.
Successful completion of Books 4.2 & 4.3 - "FGT"1.1 - Book 7 are required by the State of Maine in order
to apply for a Appliance Install/Service Technician's License.NFPA 54 Required
- Large Equipment Certification;"CETP" Book 8
June 3, 4, 5, 2014 - Augusta, Me.
This course covers service on gas utilizing equipment rated at 500,000 BTU's per hour and larger.
Includes; Gas supply requirements, Valve trains, Ignition safety systems, and burner designs;
plus system start up and testing procedures.
Successful completion of Books 1, - 4.2, - 4.3, -FGT1.1, -7, - 8, are required by the State of Maine in order
to apply for a Large Equipment Service Technician's License.
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