- Current students
- Under 25s
As part of Unitec’s continued commitment to offer high quality training current with industry demands, we have recently installed brand new commercial hot water heaters in support of our Gas Fitting apprenticeship delivery. As part of our continued commitment to the industry, we are now opening up this programme as a short course exclusive to certified gas fitters to allow upskilling on how to install, commission, identify and rectify faults in commercial and industrial gas appliances and equipment.
Anyone working in the industry will understand the vast efficiencies that these state-of-the-art commercial hot water heaters provide. With 3 different flu types providing 4 stages of sequential heating the long-term cost savings are quickly being realised by industrial operators from hotels to manufacturing facilities.
In this course you will learn about;
• Component identification
• Principles of operation
• Fault finding
• Safety systems
• Valve trains
• Safety systems and devices
• Hand tolls and testing equipment
$419.75 (Inclusive of 15% GST)
1-day programme, starting on 30th of August 2021
8.30 am to 4.00 pm
Location: Mataaho, Unitec Institute of Technology Carrington Road Mt Albert Auckland.
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How to apply
To apply for this short course please click the below “Apply Now” button and under Professional Development Course select Installing and Commissioning Commercial Water Heaters.
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To be eligible for admission to this Short Course, all applicants must be New Zealand licensed, registered, certified gasfitters.
Register your interest
Currently, we are working on capturing your interest for the above dates, kindly fill in the "Register your interest" form by clicking in the below button
|Week commencing||12 April 2021|
|$419.75||2447||CIBC S100||18 April 2021||To be advised.|
|Week commencing||30 August 2021|
|$419.75||6438||CIBC S100||05 September 2021||To be advised.|
|Week commencing||11 October 2021|
|$419.75||6439||CIBC S100||17 October 2021||To be advised.|
|Week commencing||22 November 2021|
|$419.75||6440||CIBC S100||28 November 2021||To be advised.|