Thermostatic mixing valves (TMV)
Course / qualification / unit code and title
CPCPWT4023A Commission and maintain hot water temperature control devices.
Thermostatic mixing valves (TMV) course details
This course will provide learners with the skills and knowledge required to test, commission and maintain hot water temperature control valve devices in water services. It covers the identification of requirements, preparation of work, commissioning and maintenance activities and finalisation of work, including documentation.
Learners must hold water supply registration and/or license.
There are no prerequisite training units for this unit of competency.
However it is recommended that learners are able to demonstrate language, literacy and numeracy skills equivalent to Level 3 and Level 4 of the Australian Core Skills Framework (ACSF).
All new entrants to this unit will be required to undergo a pre assessment of their language, literacy and numeracy designed to identify their level of ability against the ACSF.
Course delivery is face to face classroom training.
- two (2) consecutive days.
16 hours over two (2) consecutive days.
On successful completion of this course learners will be able to:
- identify sources and gather information relevant to testing, commissioning and maintenance of hot water temperature control devices.
- apply safety and quality assurance requirements and demonstrate effective work methods relevant to testing, commissioning and maintenance of hot water temperature control devices.
- test, commission and undertake maintenance of hot water temperature control devices, including thermostatic mixing valves in water services.
- identify and complete all relevant documentation relevant to testing, commissioning and maintenance of hot water temperature control devices.
Learners successfully completing this course will receive a Nationally Recognised Statement of Attainment.
Assessment for this course requires learners to:
- complete a theory assessment
- undertake a practical assessment to commission and maintain heated water temperature control valves including completing appropriate documentation.
Refer to PICAC training calendar for current course fees.