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Water treatment courses for operators & engineers

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Construction, Design & Management (CDM) course

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Steam System Training 2009

Courses for: maintenance engineers plant engineers consultants plant operators boiler operators energy managers contractors project engineers plant designers accountants factory managers directors technicians utility engineers graduate engineers installation managers maintenance managers

Contents

Spirax Sarco and training. ......................................................................Page 1 BTEC qualifications. ................................................................................Page 2 Correspondence courses. .......................................................................Page 3 New! Steam and Condensate Loop book................................................Page 3. Introduction to steam and condensate systems

B1 ­ Introduction to steam and condensate systems .................................................................... Page 4

Steam system design, sizing and selection

D1 ­ Design of steam and condensate services ............................................................................ Page 4 D2 ­ Understanding pressure and temperature control ................................................................. Page 5 D6 ­ Steam boiler plant, controls and systems ............................................................................. Page 5 D7 ­ Design of clean steam systems ............................................................................................ Page 6

Steam plant maintenance.

M1 ­ Maintenance of steam systems ............................................................................................ Page 6 M2 ­ Steam plant maintenance: City & Guilds Module 13 ............................................................. Page 7 M3 ­ Safety valves ........................................................................................................................ Page 7

Boiler Operative Accreditation Scheme (BOAS)

D6A ­ An accreditation course for boiler operators and boiler plant managers /supervisors leading to a National qualification ....................................................................................... Page 8

Energy savings

E1 ­ Boosting the bottom line ....................................................................................................... Page 9

Water treatment

W1 ­ Boiler water treatment N EW! .............................................................................................. Page 9 W2 ­ Guidance, standards and compliance N EW! ...................................................................... Page 10

Other courses

A1 ­ Construction, Design & Management (CDM) Regulations 2007 N EW! .................................. Page 10 OS ­ On-site courses ................................................................................................................... Page 11

Additional information (how to book courses, etc.).................................................. Training course timetable ............................................................................................. Course booking form ....................................................................................................... Information request form .............................................................................................

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Spirax Sarco provides the highest levels of training, service and technical back-up.

Spirax Sarco has an international reputation for top class training and many of its courses are approved by professional bodies, including: BTEC (Edexcel) City & Guilds Combustion Engineering Association (CEA) Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) Our aim is to help customers, designers, installers, users, operators and maintainers of steam systems, achieve the maximum benefit from their plant, efficiently and safely. Each delegate is supplied with handouts, including technical publications, to support each course, and will be issued with a certificate on completion of the course from Spirax Sarco or, where appropriate, BTEC, City & Guilds or the CEA. Certificates for CPD purposes are available for every course.

Experienced.trainers.

The depth and knowledge of Spirax Sarco's trainers is the key to the exceptional reputation and high standard of these courses. All trainers are in touch with day-to-day issues and their solutions, and practical aspects of delegates' jobs. Courses are updated in-line with the latest regulations, technical developments and customer feedback.

Extensive.facilities.

The training centre, based at Spirax Sarco's Charlton House site in Cheltenham, has three fully equipped and air-conditioned lecture rooms, and a practical demonstration area equipped with its own steam boiler plant and steam system. There are numerous rigs for demonstrating the operation and characteristics of steam traps, pressure and temperature controls, pumps and humidifiers and for hands-on fault finding and assembly exercises.

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BTEC Qualifications

Formal measures of competence are increasingly being demanded and the following two BTEC Certificates have proved popular since their inception in 1997. The BTEC Certificates are nationally recognised qualifications in steam systems. They offer a broader base than the well established City & Guilds course (see M2, page 7) and are a combination of home study and Cheltenham based courses. No prior qualifications are necessary before working towards these certificates and students will be evaluated throughout by a variety of assessment methods. The Operation and Maintenance of Steam Systems ­ Level 2 To achieve this intermediate BTEC Certificate, students must successfully complete two units as follows: UNIT 1 UNIT 1 Steam Utilisation correspondence course (4 sections + final assessment), followed by: 3 day M1 Maintenance of Steam Systems course UNIT 2 Automatic Controls correspondence course (6 sections + final assessment), followed by: 1 day D2 Understanding Pressure and Temperature Control course followed by: 2 day D6 Steam Boiler Plant, Controls and Systems course Steam Utilisation correspondence course (4 sections + final assessment), followed by: 3 day D1 Design of Steam and Condensate Services course UNIT 2 Automatic Controls correspondence course (6 sections + final assessment), followed by: 1 day D2 Understanding Pressure and Temperature Control course followed by: 2 day D6 Steam Boiler Plant, Controls and Systems course Design of Steam Systems ­ Level 3 To achieve this advanced BTEC Certificate, students must successfully complete two units as follows:

A BTEC Certificate is awarded on successful completion of Units 1 and 2. Unit certificates can be offered if appropriate. In addition to Cheltenham based course fees, a single charge of £75 will be made for each certificate. For further information about the BTEC qualifications complete the form on page 15 or contact our Training Co-ordinator, Kim Mansfield, on 01242 535211.

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Correspondence Courses..

Spirax Sarco offers free-of-charge distance learning courses which have been designed to provide students with first class knowledge and reference for future years. No textbooks are required. The courses are supplied as a complete package and most include unit assessments and model answers. A Spirax Sarco tutor will mark the final assessment test. The tutor is also available for consultation by phone, fax or email. A detailed synopsis of each course, with an application form, is available on request. For further information on these courses, contact our Training Co-ordinator, Kim Mansfield, on 01242 535211 or tick the box on the Information Request Form on page 15.

Automatic Controls and Steam Utilisation courses can also be undertaken as part of a BTEC Certificate (see page 2).

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The courses available are: Automatic Controls ­ An Introduction 1 This course aims to give a basic introduction to automatic controls, with specific emphasis on temperature control. It is useful to engineers who are involved with control systems and also for mechanical or electrical engineers who need a general appreciation of controls.

Steam Utilisation 1 This is the most comprehensive course on steam utilisation available. All users need to be aware of the properties of steam so that they can benefit from it fully. System designers need to be using the most modern steam systems available to maximise plant efficiency and operation. Those responsible for installing systems must be sure specifications are understood and those maintaining them need to be able to diagnose and rectify faults.

Hot Water Heating This course focuses on one small, but important part of the building services package ­ the hot water heating system. It broadly covers some aspects of the design function. It is beneficial to anyone whose work brings them into contact with hot water heating systems, providing basic knowledge for those who have not specifically trained as a heating engineer, such as works engineers, plant managers and hospital engineers.

Steam and Condensate Loop book.

The most comprehensive practical guide to steam systems in recent times has arrived with the publication of The Steam and Condensate Loop book. The Steam and Condensate Loop book explains the principles underpinning steam engineering and heat transfer. It covers all aspects of steam and condensate systems, from the boiler house, through the steam distribution system to the point of use, and recovering and returning condensate back to the boiler. For more information or to order a copy, visit www.SpiraxSarco.com

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B1 Introduction

D1 Design of Steam

to Steam and Condensate Systems

Who will benefit?

Plant operators and anyone needing an appreciation of steam and condensate systems and factors affecting their operation.

and Condensate Services

Who will benefit?

Designers, plant engineers and those responsible for the general layout of steam and condensate services. This is a project-based course designed to give delegates the opportunity to put the knowledge they have gained into practice, and to encourage discussion with other delegates and specialist engineers.

Delegates will learn about:

· Basic fundamentals of steam and why it is used · The steam and condensate cycle · Component parts of a steam and condensate system · Good installation practices for best plant performance · Basic, safe operating requirements

Delegates will learn about:

· The fundamentals of steam · Steam distribution and pipe sizing · Steam trapping and checking · Condensate recovery and pipe sizing · Pressure reduction

Objectives

To give a broad understanding of the purpose and safe operational requirements of steam and condensate systems and factors affecting their performance and plant output.

· Temperature control valve sizing · Flash steam recovery

Objectives

To provide specialist knowledge of current practices in steam and condensate systems, and also the factors to be considered in their design.

Duration

1 day

Duration

3 days

Dates

January 12 April 24 June 1 July 10 September 28 November 23 This course starts at 9:00am and finishes at 4:30pm.

Dates

February 10 - 12 June 8 - 10 September 21 - 23 November 17 - 19 This course starts at 9:00am on the first day and finishes at 4:30pm on the third day.

Cost

£235 + VAT

Cost

£705 + VAT

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D2 Understanding

D6 Steam Boiler Plant

Pressure and Temperature Control

Who will benefit?

Plant engineers and those responsible for the selection and efficient operation of pressure and temperature controls, primarily in steam systems, although water systems will be discussed.

Controls and Systems

Who will benefit?

Designers, energy managers, plant engineers, maintenance engineers and boiler operators involved in the planning or upgrading of boiler plant, and those responsible for the day-to-day running of steam boilers ­ large and small.

Delegates will learn about:

· Different types of pressure and temperature controls ­ direct acting, pilot operated, electric and pneumatic actuation · Types of controllers, signals, sensors, actuators and positioners · Valve selection and sizing · Applications for each type of control Note: A good technical knowledge is needed. Students will benefit by first taking the Automatic Controls correspondence course ­ see page 3.

Delegates will learn about:

· Boiler types and fittings · Feedwater treatment, deaeration and storage · Boiler water level control and alarms · Blowdown controls, vessels and pits · Heat recovery systems and energy management · HSE Guidance Notes PM5 and PM60 and the SAFed publication PSG2

Objectives

To give an understanding of the wet-side of the boiler and to outline trends in the management and control of boiler plant in order to achieve high levels of efficiency and safety with smooth operation.

Objectives

To provide delegates with a basic understanding of pressure and temperature control, with emphasis on selection and application rather than pure theory.

Duration

1 day

Duration

2 days

Dates

May 1 October 2 December 14 This course starts at 9:00am and finishes at 4:30pm. This course can be undertaken as part of a BTEC Certificate ­ see page 2.

Dates

January 5 - 6 February 5 - 6 March 2 - 3 April 16 - 17 June 11 - 12

July 6 - 7 September 24 - 25 October 15 - 16 November 9 - 10 December 17 - 18

The course starts at 9:00am on the first day and finishes at 4:00pm on the second day. This course may also be undertaken as part of a BTEC Certificate (see page 2) and is a good introductory course for newly appointed boiler operators. It is also suitable for boiler operators not requiring BOAS accreditation (page 8) and for others occasionally involved with steam boiler plant (e.g. those responding to alarms).

Cost

£235 + VAT

Cost

£470 + VAT

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D7 Design of Clean

M1 Maintenance of

Steam Systems

Who will benefit?

Designers, plant engineers, maintenance staff and validation/sterilisation staff with responsibility for the design and operation of clean steam systems. The course will be particulary relevant to those working in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, food and healthcare sectors.

Steam Systems

Who will benefit?

Staff who are involved with the maintenance and installation of steam systems.

Delegates will learn about:

· The fundamentals of steam systems · Good installation practices · Maintenance of steam systems · Improving installations for fault avoidance · Fault finding through practical exercises Note: Previous experience of steam is helpful, but not essential. Students will benefit by first taking the Steam Utilisation correspondence course ­ see page 3.

Delegates will learn about:

· Steam fundamentals · Feedwater treatment · Steam generation · Types of `clean' steam · Design of distribution systems · Steam trapping and air venting practice · Selection and application of products

Objectives

To provide a basic knowledge of all aspects of clean steam design and operation, including an overview of clean steam products and typical applications.

Objectives

To provide a basic knowledge of steam and condensate systems and maintenance procedures for steam traps, condensate pumps and pressure reducing valves.

Duration

1 day

Duration

3 days

Dates

April 6 October 1 Further dates may be available. Contact our Training Co-ordinator on 01242 535211 for more details. This course starts at 9:00am and finishes at 4:30pm.

Dates

February 2 - 4 March 4 - 6 April 7 - 9 September 2 - 4 October 28 - 30 December 1 - 3 This course starts at 9:00am on the first day and finishes at 4:00pm on the third day.

Cost

£235 + VAT

Cost

£705 + VAT

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M2 Steam Plant

M3 Safety Valves

Maintenance: City & Guilds Module 13

Who will benefit?

Staff who are involved with the maintenance and installation of steam systems. The course is also suitable for delegates wishing to obtain a recognised skills qualification, and for those requiring multi-skills training to work on steam systems. Spirax Sarco is accredited by The City & Guilds of London Institute as the sole approved test centre for Module 13 ­ Steam Plant Maintenance. Delegates will take practical and written tests.

Who will benefit?

Staff who are involved with the sizing and selection, installation, maintenance and setting of safety valves and those needing training to work on them.

Delegates will learn about:

· The purpose of safety valves · Selection of set pressure · Factors affecting sizing · Installation of safety valves · What maintenance is permissable and how to carry this out safely

Delegates will learn about:

· The fundamentals of steam systems · Good installation practices · Fault finding through practical experience · Maintenance of steam traps, pressure reducing valves, condensate pumps and other ancillary equipment · Basic boiler house maintenance - feedwater treatment and burners

Objectives

To give an understanding of the importance of safety valves, their sizing, setting and installation and what work may be carried out on them, all in accordance with current legislation.

Objectives

To provide delegates with the basic knowledge and practical skills necessary to pass Module 13: Steam Plant Maintenance of the CGLI Engineering Skills 1619.

Duration

5 days

Duration

1 day

Dates

January 19 - 23 February 23 - 27 March 30 - April 3 May 18 - 22 June 29 - July 3 September 14 - 18 October 19 - 23 December 7 - 11

Dates

March 16 September 1 A certificate of competence can be provided, if required, authorising the delegate to work on and set Spirax Sarco safety valves. A questionnaire will be supplied with confirmation of booking. This course starts at 10:00am and finishes at 3:00pm.

Previous experience of steam is helpful, but not essential. Students will benefit by first taking the Steam Utilisation correspondence course ­ see page 3. This course starts at 9:00am on Monday and finishes at 3:15pm on Friday.

Cost

£1220 + VAT

Cost

£235 + VAT

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D6A Boiler Operative

Accreditation Scheme (BOAS)

Introducing BOAS

Boiler plant managers/supervisors qualification added

NEW!

The Boiler Operative Accreditation Scheme (BOAS) provides national accreditation for industrial boiler operators and boiler plant managers. Spirax Sarco is a licensed and approved BOAS training provider. The D6A course provides training to the BOAS syllabus and includes the written examination 1. Candidates are also interviewed by a Gastec assessor during the course 2. Successful candidates may use the designatory letters "Cert IBO" (Certified Industrial Boiler Operative) or Dip BOM (Diploma in Boiler Operational Management). Candidates from both award categories take the same course and written papers. Interviews are specific to each award.

Who will benefit?

This course is suitable for: · Boiler operatives with hands-on experience · Boiler plant managers and supervisors (no hands-on experience required) Those new to the boiler house wishing to have introductory boiler training should consider the D6 course on page 5.

Delegates will learn about:

· Heat and heat transfer · Boilers and auxiliaries · Feedwater · Draught and combustion · Controls and instrumentation A syllabus is available on request. · Fuels · Safety and legal · Energy efficiency · Environmental · Operation

Duration

4 days

Objectives

· To train and prepare candidates for the BOAS qualification · To promote safety and energy efficiency in the boiler house with due regard to environmental aspects and legal requirements

Dates

January 13 - 16 February 16 - 19 March 17 - 20 April 20 - 23 June 2 - 5 September 7 - 10 October 6 - 9 November 2 - 5

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The course includes the written examination papers. All candidates sit these irrespective of boiler type or award. Candidates from sites having shell boilers are interviewed during the course. Those having water tube boilers are interviewed at site. The cost is for the training course. Additional Gastec fees are payable for registration and post-course assessment.

A candidate pack containing full details, a syllabus and registration form is available from Kim Mansfield, Training Co-ordinator on 01242 535211. This course starts at 9:00am on the first day and finishes at around 3:00 ­ 4:00pm on the fourth day after assessment.

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£995 3 + VAT

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E1 Energy Savings

W1 Water Treatment

Boosting the Bottom Line

Who will benefit?

Energy managers, plant engineers, utilities engineers, accountants, graduate engineers and others needing to manage costs, improve efficiency or reduce steam demand.

Boiler Water Treatment

Who will benefit?

Site technicians, boiler operators, supervisors, energy managers, plant engineers and maintenance engineers responsible for the day to day running of steam boilers and utility plant.

Delegates will learn about:

· Establishing the cost of steam · Saving energy in the boiler house · Optimising their steam system · Estimating the energy requirements of plant · Identifying and quantifying savings · Relating fuel savings to carbon and CO 2 · Calculating a payback period · Sources of further help and information

Delegates will learn about:

· Raw water types · Fundamentals of steam · Boiler water pre-treatment systems, softeners, de-alkalisation, reverse osmosis and demineralisation · Boiler deaeration, hotwell design · Water treatment chemicals · Practical chemical dosing · Water treatment control strategies · Boiler water treatment guidelines BS 2486:1997, EN 12953.PT10 · Dealing with scale, corrosion and fouling · Improving boiler efficiency using water treatment control · Boiler water treatment testing, paper and electronic record keeping and practical control · Understanding boiler water treatments · Working with water treatment companies

Objectives

To identify opportunities for energy savings in steam systems and to provide the tools to help quantify and evaluate savings. To link energy savings to emissions and to explore ways of financing schemes and reducing the tax burden. The course majors on providing and justifying solutions rather than products and practices. Examples and case studies will be used throughout.

Objectives

To provide delegates with a practical guide to water treatment operations, chemical dosing and boiler water treatment strategies. Delegates will learn the importance of water treatment guidelines (BS & EN regulations) and be able to develop schemes to prevent scale, corrosion and fouling.

Duration

1 day

Dates

March 23 May 29 July 8 October 12 This course starts at 9:00am and finishes at 4:30pm.

Duration

11/2 days

Dates

February 5 - 6 September 29 - 30 This course starts at 2:00pm on the first day and finishes at 4:30pm on the second day.

Cost

£235 + VAT

Cost

£350 + VAT

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Water W2 Treatment Guidelines, Standards and Compliance

Who will benefit?

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A1 Construction Design

and Management (CDM) Regulations 2007

Who will benefit?

Designers, plant engineers, installation and maintenance managers and engineers, and those responsible for capital projects. This course is designed to give delegates an understanding of the principles and practice of the CDM regulations. There will be plenty of time for delegates' questions and discussion and an opportunity to put their knowledge into practice through a case study exercise.

Plant engineers, energy managers, maintenance managers, consultants, utility engineers, graduate engineers and those responsible for boiler utility plant and boiler operations.

Delegates will learn about:

· Fundamentals of steam · Boiler circuit · Fundamental building blocks of boiler water treatment · BS 2486:1997 guidelines · EN 12953 PT10 guidelines · A guide to boiler water treatment management · Minimisation of waste and energy using water treatment management strategies

Delegates will learn about:

· The requirements of the CDM regulations · How the regulations relate to other health and safety legislation · Their personal and organisational responsibilities towards the CDM regulations · The statutory CDM roles and responsibilities · How the regulations apply in practice to engineering installations

Objectives

To provide delegates with the specific knowledge of the latest guidelines and impact to boiler utility plant. Delegates will learn boiler water treatment strategies, implementation and be able to develop key performance indicators for boiler system operation.

Objectives

To provide designers, managers and engineers with knowledge and understanding of the statutory requirements of the CDM regulations for their work.

Duration

11/2 days

Duration

1 day

Dates

April 27 - 28 October 26 - 27 This course starts at 2:00pm on the first day and finishes at 4:30pm on the second day.

Dates

February 20 May 8 September 11 December 4 This course starts at 9:00am and finishes at 4:30pm.

Cost

£350 + VAT

Cost

£300 + VAT

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OS On-site Courses

Who will benefit?

Maintenance engineers, fitters, plant engineers, boiler attendants, design engineers, etc.

Duration

To suit

Dates

Please contact us with details of your requirements. We would be pleased to discuss and agree course content or we can provide typical programmes for you to customise.

Objectives & Topics

Naturally we would prefer you to visit our Cheltenham Training Centre, where a dedicated boiler plant and demonstration area is the first choice for hands-on training and demonstrations (see page 1). However, if this is not practical, perhaps due to your shift coverage, then why not hold a bespoke course on-site? Most of the courses listed in this brochure can be delivered on-site (popular ones include steam boiler house overview, the D6 (page 5), introduction to steam systems and safety awareness). We can offer suggested programmes which can be customised to meet your exact needs.

Cost

Courses will be priced according to location, content and duration.

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Additional Information

How.to.book

Contact the Spirax Sarco Training Co-ordinator, Kim Mansfield, who can help with queries regarding course selection, booking and availability. Kim Mansfield, Training Co-ordinator Tel: 01242 535211 Fax: 01242 535578 Email: [email protected]

Course.booking.form

A course booking form is printed on page 14 of this brochure. Please photocopy and complete the form in order to book your course. A booking form can also be found at www.SpiraxSarco.com/uk/training

Further.Information

Fill in the form on page 15 of this brochure, or contact our Training Co-ordinator, as above.

BTEC.

Candidates wishing to take a BTEC qualification (see page 2) should initially complete the BTEC information request form on page 15. Candidates must complete the steam correspondence course prior to attending the M1 or D1 course. Similarly, they must complete the controls correspondence course prior to attending the D2 course. The D6 course also forms part of BTEC.

BOAS

An additional registration form must be completed. Please ask for further details.

Accommodation

A list of local hotels and guest houses is sent with confirmation of booking.

Cancellation.

Cancellation will be allowed up to two weeks prior to a course, after which a 50% cancellation fee will be payable. Booked candidates who do not show will be charged a 100% cancellation fee. However, substitutions are allowed at any time.

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A1 ­ Construction Design & Management (CDM) Regulations 2007 B1 ­ Introduction to Steam & Condensate Systems D1 ­ Design of Steam & Condensate Services D2 ­ Understanding Pressure & Temperature Control D6 ­ Steam Boiler Plant Controls & Systems

D6A ­ Boiler Operative Accreditation Scheme D7 ­ Design of Clean Steam Systems E1 ­ Energy Savings M1 ­ Maintenance of Steam Systems M2 ­ Steam Plant Maintenance: City & Guilds Module 13

M3 ­ Safety Valves

W1 ­ Water Treatment: Boiler Water Treatment

W2 ­ Water Treatment: Guidelines, Standards & Compliance

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Course.Booking.Form.

PHOTOCOPY AS REQUIRED ­ Please use a separate form per delegate for each course and tick/complete as applicable. Please check availability with the Training Co-ordinator before booking a particular course.

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COURSE DETAILS Course code (tick as applicable): A1 B1 D1 D2 D6 D6A D7 E1 M1 M2 M3 W1 W2

Course title: Delegate name: For BTEC candidates (applies to D1, D2, D6 and M1) I'd like to take the above course as part of a BTEC qualification Job title:

Date you wish to attend:

This is my first BTEC course at Spirax Sarco (see page 2 for courses forming part of BTEC) For BOAS candidates (applies to D6A only) Operatives award Boiler types: Shell Managers award Water tube Other (details)

COMPANY DETAILS Company name: Address:

Postcode: Contact name: Contact phone no. Email address: Job title: Contact fax no.

PAYMENT Please invoice us after the course. Our purchase order no./authorisation is: Please debit my Mastercard in the name of: Please debit my Visa card in the name of: Card no: Signed: Credit/debit card billing address: Postcode: Card security code:

(3 digit number on back of card on signature strip)

Expires:

ON COMPLETION: Please send the completed form to: Kim Mansfield, Training Co-ordinator, Spirax-Sarco Limited, Charlton House, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire GL53 8ER or fax the completed form to: 01242 535578

Your details will be held on a database and we may wish to send you information about Spirax Sarco training courses at a later date. Please tick this box if you do not wish to receive such information Where did you hear about Spirax Sarco training? Spirax Sarco newsletter Word of mouth Exhibition Other Spirax Sarco will not pass your details on to any other party. Magazine (please specify): Mailing Repeat booking Web

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Information.Request.Form..

PHOTOCOPY AS REQUIRED ­ This form should only be completed if you wish to receive further information. Please tick/complete as applicable.

BTEC information (see page 2)

Please send me: The Operation and Maintenance of Steam Systems - Level 2 Design of Steam Systems - Level 3

BOAS information (see page 8)

Please send me a: Candidate pack

Other information

Please contact me regarding: On-site courses Please send the following correspondence courses (see page 3): Steam utilisation Hot water heating

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Automatic controls

COMPANY DETAILS Company name: Address:

Postcode: Contact name: Contact phone no. Email address: Address for information if different from above (e.g. home) Job title: Contact fax no.

Postcode: Email address: Contact phone no.

ON COMPLETION: Please send the completed form to: Kim Mansfield, Training Co-ordinator, Spirax-Sarco Limited, Charlton House, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire GL53 8ER or fax the completed form to: 01242 535578

Your details will be held on a database and we may wish to send you information about Spirax Sarco training courses at a later date. Please tick this box if you do not wish to receive such information Spirax Sarco will not pass your details on to any other party. Magazine (please specify): Mailing Repeat booking Web

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Where did you hear about Spirax Sarco training? Spirax Sarco newsletter Word of mouth

Exhibition Other

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Here is a small selection of organisations that continue to use the Spirax Sarco's top class training services: Acetate Products Airbags International Allied Bakeries AstraZenenca Cadbury Trebor Bassett Coca-Cola Corus Strip Products Del Monte Foods Ferrero Island Ford Motor Company, Dagenham Georgia Pacific GlaxoSmithKline Hammersmith Hospital HMP & YOI Guys Marsh Imperial Tobacco Kohler Mira Masterfoods Medical Research Council Palace of Westminster Pfizer Rank Hovis Rolls-Royce Power Engineering Roxel UK Rocket Motors Royal Holloway University of London Smith & Nephew St George's Hospital, London St Joseph's Hospital, Newport Swallowfield Plc The Wrigley Company Unilever Bestfoods Unilever UK Foods Wyeth Labs

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