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Course Number: 166-10379V02
If you are a licenced plumber requiring the qualifications to install and maintain hot water temperature control devices (including Thermostatic Mixing Valves or TMVs) our Statement of Attainment in Thermoscopic Mixing Valves (TMV) meets the training requirements specified by the Plumbing Industry Council and is designed to provide licensed plumbers with the skills and knowledge to service, test and install TMV devices.This course will allow you to extend your knowledge and acquire specialisation in the areas of contract licensing in TMV and is highly recommended for broadening skills and work opportunities, as well as maintaining current professional development practices. The practical component will be taught in a specially equipped classroom, and examination on completion trains students in hot water temperature control device work.To enrol in this course, you must hold either the Certificate III in Plumbing or a plumbing licence issued by the NSW Fair Trading. Recognised prior learning is available for experienced trades people with extensive industry experience. This is assessed on a case-by-case basis.
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