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Summary

Price
£3,799 inc VAT
Or £316.58/mo. for 12 months...
Study method
Online, self-paced
Duration
63 hours
Access to content
Lifetime access
Qualification
No formal qualification
CPD
170 CPD hours / points
Additional info
  • Exam(s) / assessment(s) is included in price
  • Tutor is available to students
  • Certificate of completion available and is included in the price

4 students purchased this course

Overview

***ONCE IN A LIFETIME All-in-one GAS ENGINEER PACKAGE***

If you want to master all of the necessary skills for a career in the Gas Sector, including gas portfolio placement, you've come to the correct spot. This Gas Engineer course will take you through all of the steps necessary to become a competent Gas Engineer.

With our exclusive Gas Engineer Bundle, you can boost your career and increase your employability by discovering your skills, talents, and interests. This course is meant to advance your career in the Gas industry, so you'll pave the way to your ideal employment. It offers the kind of professional training that today's employers want.

Gas Engineer Package Includes:

  1. Unlimited access to all 15 Gas Engineer courses for forever
  2. Digital Gas Engineer Certificate, Transcript and Student ID all included in the price
  3. Free Exam & 24/7 non-stop tutor support available
  4. Absolutely no hidden fees in Gas Engineer
  5. Directly receive CPD accredited proficiency after the Gas Engineer course completion
  6. Receive one to one assistance on every weekday from Gas Engineer professionals
  7. Immediately receive the PDF certificate after passing Gas Engineer
  8. Receive the original copies of your Gas Engineer certificate and Gas Engineer transcript on the next working day

By the end of this Gas Engineer bundle, you’ll have improved your employability and equipped you with potential skills to keep you ahead of the pack of others. Additionally, the Gas Engineer course will add some extra value to your resume to stand out to potential employers, keeping you afloat from the competition.

The Gas Engineer Bundle is one of the most prestigious training offered at StudyHub and is highly valued by employers for good reason. This Gas Engineer bundle course has been created with 15 premium courses to provide our learners with the best learning experience possible to increase their understanding of their chosen field.

This Gas Engineer Bundle consists the following professional career oriented courses:

  • Gas Engineer Course 1: Domestic Gas Engineer
  • Gas Engineer Course 2: Oil and Gas Industry
  • Gas Engineer Course 3: Power Engineering: Power System Analysis
  • Gas Engineer Course 4: Electrical Engineering With Electric Circuits
  • Gas Engineer Course 5: Energy Engineering and Sustainable Energy Diploma
  • Gas Engineer Course 6: Electrical and Fire Safety Measures and Legislation
  • Gas Engineer Course 7: Data Center Training Essentials: Mechanical & Cooling
  • Gas Engineer Course 8: Data Science and Visualisation with Machine Learning
  • Gas Engineer Course 9: PUWER
  • Gas Engineer Course 10: Manual Handling and The Use of Mechanical Aids
  • Gas Engineer Course 11: Portable Appliance Testing and Risk Assessment Training
  • Gas Engineer Course 12: Health and Safety at Work: RIDDOR Course
  • Gas Engineer Course 13: Diploma in Water Treatment
  • Gas Engineer Course 14: Lone Worker Safety
  • Gas Engineer Course 15: Falls and Injury Prevention While Working on Height

This Gas Engineer Course, like every one of Study Hub's courses, is meticulously developed and well researched. Every one of the topics is divided into Elementary modules, allowing our students to grasp each lesson quickly.

The Gas Engineer course is self-paced and can be taken from the comfort of your home, office, or on the go! With our Student ID card you will get discounts on things like music, food, travel and clothes etc.

Enrol in our Gas Engineer Course today and start learning.

Certification

Following your completion of the Gas Engineer course materials, you will be able to take an assignment test to assess your knowledge. You will be able to grab the PDF certificate & transcript for free after passing the test. Original Hard Copy certificates must be bought separately for an extra £8.

CPD

170 CPD hours / points
Accredited by CPD QS

Course media

Description

**Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer**

**Domestic Gas Engineer**

  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Gas Legislation
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Gas Safety Regulations
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: The Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations 1998
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Overview of Gas
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Combustion
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Flues
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Ventilation
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Testing and Purging
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Unsafe Situations
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Commissioning and Servicing Of Gas
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Gas Fires Space Heaters, Open Flud Gas Fires Fan Flued, Room Sealed Heaters and Space Heaters
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Domestic Gas Cookers
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Gas Water Heaters
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Domestic Gas Boilers

**Gas Engineer: Oil and Gas Industry**

  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: About the Course
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Oil in Our Economic Life
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: The Characteristics of the Oil Industry
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: A Brief History of the Oil Industry and Petroleum Refining
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Energy, Oil and Economic Development
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Energy Consumption Forecast
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Energy Resources
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Production of Oil and Gas
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: The Players of the Oil Scene
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Investments
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Profitability
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Conclusion

**Gas Engineer: Power Engineering: Power System Analysis – Part 1**

Gas Engineer: Power in Single-Phase AC Circuits

  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Review of Single-Phase Power for Power System Analysis
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Example – Single-Phase Power Systems
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Complex Power and the Power Triangle – Fundamental Concepts in Power Systems
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Example – Complex Power in Power Systems
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Complex Power Flow in Power Systems
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Example – Complex Power Flow in Power Systems

Gas Engineer: Power in Three-Phase AC Circuits

  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Balanced Three-Phase Circuits in Power Systems
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Wye-Connected Loads in Power Systems
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Example – Wye-Connected Loads in Power Systems
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Delta-Connected Loads in Power Systems
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Example – Delta-Connected Loads in Power Systems
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Delta-Wye Transformation of Power System Loads
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Example – Delta-Wye Transformation of Power System Loads
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Balanced Three-Phase Power in Power Systems
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Per-Phase Analysis of Power Systems
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Example – Per-Phase Analysis of Power Systems

**Gas Engineer: Power Engineering: Power System Analysis – Part 2**

Gas Engineer: Generator Models in Power System Analysis

  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: The Synchronous Generator and its use in Power Systems
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Circuit Model
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Voltage Regulation
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: The Power Angle
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Example – Generator Circuit Model
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Example – Generator Voltage Regulation
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Example – Generator Output Power

Gas Engineer: Transformer Models in Power System Analysis

  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: The Power Transformer and its use in Power Systems
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Exact Equivalent Circuit
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Exact Equivalent Circuit Referred to the Primary Side
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Approximate Equivalent Circuit Referred to the Primary Side
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Approximate Equivalent Circuit Referred to the Secondary Side
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Simplified Equivalent Circuit Referred to the Primary Side
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Simplified Equivalent Circuit Referred to the Secondary Side

Gas Engineer: The Per-Unit System in Power System Analysis

  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Introduction to the Per-Unit System and its use in Power System Analysis
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Example – Per-Unit Calculations

Gas Engineer: Transmission Line Models in Power System Analysis

  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Introduction to Transmission Lines and Their Use in Power Systems
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: The Short Length Transmission Line Model
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Example – Short Line Models

**Gas Engineer: Power Engineering: Power System Analysis – Part 3**

Gas Engineer: Power Flow (Load Flow) Analysis in Power Systems

  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Introduction to Power Flow Analysis in Power Systems
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: The Bus Admittance Matrix of a Power System
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Example – Calculating the Bus Admittance Matrix of a Power System
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Power Flow (Load Flow) Studies in Power Systems
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: The Power Flow Equation
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: The Gauss-Seidel Power Flow Method – Part 1
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: The Gauss-Seidel Power Flow Method – Part 2
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Example – Gauss-Seidel Power Flow Method – Part 1
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Example – Gauss-Seidel Power Flow Method – Part 2
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Example – Gauss-Seidel Power Flow Method – Part 3
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Example – Gauss-Seidel Power Flow Method – Part 4
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Example – Gauss-Seidel Power Flow Method – Part 5
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Example – Gauss-Seidel Power Flow Method – Part 6

Gas Engineer: Short Circuit Analysis of Balanced Faults in Power Systems

  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Introduction to Short Circuit Analysis of Power Systems
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Balanced (Three-Phase) Faults in Power Systems

Gas Engineer: Short Circuit Analysis of Unbalanced Faults in Power Systems

  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Introduction to Symmetrical Components and its use in Power Engineering
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Positive, Negative, and Zero Sequence Voltages in Power Systems
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Positive, Negative, and Zero Sequence Currents in Power Systems
  • Gas Engineer: Gas Engineer: Positive, Negative, and Zero Sequence Impedances in Power Systems

**Gas Engineer: Power Engineering: Power System Analysis – Part 4**

Gas Engineer: Power Engineering: Power System Analysis - Part 4

  • Gas: Gas: Gas: Gas: Definition of Stability in Power Systems
  • Gas: Gas: Gas: Gas: Definition of Steady-State Stability of Power Systems
  • Gas: Gas: Gas: Gas: Definition of Transient Stability of Power Systems
  • Gas: Gas: Gas: Gas: The Swing Equation in Power Systems
  • Gas: Gas: Gas: Gas: Synchronous Machine Reactances During Transients
  • Gas: Gas: Gas: Gas: The Power Angle Curve

Gas Engineer: Steady-State Stability of Power Systems

  • Gas: Gas: Gas: Gas: Synchronizing Power
  • Gas: Gas: Gas: Gas: Natural Frequency of Oscillation
  • Gas: Gas: Gas: Gas: Damping Power
  • Gas: Gas: Gas: Gas: Damping Ratio
  • Gas: Gas: Gas: Gas: Damped Frequency of Oscillation
  • Gas: Gas: Gas: Gas: Rotor Angles During Transients
  • Gas: Gas: Gas: Gas: Frequency During Transients
  • Gas: Gas: Gas: Gas: Response Time Constant and Settling Time

Who is this course for?

This Gas Engineer training is suitable for —

  • Students
  • Recent graduates
  • Job Seekers
  • Individuals who are already employed in the relevant sectors and wish to enhance their knowledge and expertise.

Requirements

To participate in this Gas Engineer course, all you need is —

  • A smart device
  • A secure internet connection
  • And a keen interest in Gas Engineer.

Career path

You will be able to pursue several professions because this course includes various courses as a bonus. This Gas Engineer is an excellent opportunity for you to learn multiple skills from the convenience of your own home.

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