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Course # Courses Length (Hours) Distance Status
GAST1170 Gas Technician 2 - Level 2

Description: This course is the second of five Gas Technician 2 courses that must be successfully completed to be eligible to write the TSSA G2 examination. Each course is 84hrs and is comprised of theoretical and practical studies. This particular course covers modules 13, 14 & 15.This G-2 course is based on the provincial curriculum designed and approved by the Technical Standards and Safety Authority (TSSA). Individuals who wish to work on gas-fired equipment whether residential, commercial or industrial must be certified by the Technical Standards and Safety Authority (TSSA). The G-2 certification is very useful in the HVAC industry and allows the holder to work on appliances up to 400,000 BTU/hr inputs.
Hours: 84
Credits: 6
Pre-Requisites: GAST1160
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84   Details
GAST1150 Gas Technician 3 - Level 2

Description: This course is the second of two Gas Technician 3 courses that must be successfully completed to be eligible to write the TSSA G3 examination. If you want to work on residential, commercial or industrial gas-fired equipment, this course complies with training curriculum from the Gas Technician III certification and is delivered in compliance with TSSA regulations for G3 certification. Students will learn the skills and knowledge required to purge and install piping or tubing systems, as well as remove old appliances and install new appliances. Students will also learn about the theory and practice associated with basic electricity, and electrical circuits. In addition, students study and use technical manuals and schematics, and discuss and apply effective customer skills. Individuals with a G3 certification work under supervision on appliances up to and including 400,000 BTUs.

NOTE: Students who have completed Part 1 & 2 of the G3 training, and maintained a 75 % average, along with completing all practical labs, will be eligible to write the TSSA certification exam.
Hours: 110
Credits: 7
Pre-Requisites: GAST1140
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110   Details

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