SANS 329 – Industrial Thermoprocessing Equipment

Focus of Course

To provide insight on the compliance requirements to be met by suppliers, practitioners, contractors, advisors and end-users of gas for the installation, commissioning, start-up, operation, maintenance and shut down of gas systems as well as foreseeable faults or malfunctions.  The safety requirements pertaining to the design, ordering, construction and use of equipment is also included.

Course Start Date End Date Location Status
SANS329 001/19 5 Feb 7 Feb SAGA Office, Randburg Scheduled
SANS329 002/19 9 Apr 11 Apr SAGA Office, Randburg Scheduled
SANS329 003/19 25 Jun 27 Jun SAGA Office, Randburg Scheduled
SANS329 004/19 16 Jul 18 Jul SAGA Office, Randburg Scheduled
SANS329 005/19 3 Sep 5 Sep SAGA Office, Randburg Scheduled
SANS329 006/19 15 Oct 17 Oct SAGA Office, Randburg Scheduled
SANS329 007/19 26 Nov 27 Nov SAGA Office, Randburg Scheduled
Content
The course is based on the SANS 329: 2013 – Industrial thermoprocessing equipment;  Safety requirements for combustion and fuel handling systems as industry needs to comply to the requirements as set out in the standard.

Attendance

This course is mandatory for gas practitioners working within the industrial thermoprocessing equipment (Natural Gas and LPG) environment.  This course is a pre-requisite for registration as an industrial gas practitioner for a single or combination (dual registration) of  gas types .

Pre-requisite

Minimum of three (3) years hands on proven gas installation and/or combustion experience in the industrial thermoprocessing environment:

Also refer to ‘Scope and Competency’ for pre-requisite and qualification aspects, click here

Course cancellation

Less than 10 delegates

Course fee

R10,705.00 (excl VAT) per delegate which includes course notes, refreshments and lunch during the day and SAQCC registration fee of R1,850.00 for the first three years. Costs for any other meals, accommodation and travelling are not included in the fee. SAQCC Gas registration fee will increase as from 1 March 2018.

Businesses, outside Gauteng, requiring on site training, need to make provision for travelling and accommodation costs of the course facilitator.


SAGA reserves the right to postpone any course where an insufficient number of bookings have been received.  All scheduled dates are provisional and subject to change. 

Bookings will only be regarded as confirmed upon the receipt of all required documentation and payment.