Commercial Mobile Catering (CMC) Assessment
The assessment is designed to assess the competence of a registered installer who undertakes, or wishes to undertake work on commercial mobile catering vehicles, whether it is installation, commissioning, servicing or repairing the relevant gas appliances.
Course objectives/key benefits
To ensure that the candidate holds the relevant knowledge and information required to successfully install, commission and service LPG mobile catering vehicle appliances.
Who is the course aimed at?
Anyone who intends to work on mobile and/or public gas catering installations.
Any operatives undertaking these assessments must hold an appropriate core gas safety qualification or relevant changeover qualification, in addition to the appropriate commercial gas catering and LPG qualifications.
- Install appropriate pipework
- Let-by test
- Tightness test
- Identify installation faults
- Follow manufacturer's instructions
- Commission and service LPG mobile catering vehicle gas appliances
- Determine ventilation requirements
One day should be sufficient to complete this assessment.
This is not a training course (assessment only).
Anyone requiring training needs to consider undertaking either the Commercial Catering training course.
For anyone new to the gas industry then the BPEC Foundation Level gas course should be considered.
Practical assessment and multiple choice question papers
Successful candidates will be qualified to work on commercial mobile catering installations.
It is an open book assessment and it is therefore highly recommended that candidates undertaking it have an up-to-date gas publication.
Copies of the Viper Commercial Gas book can be obtained prior to the assessment from our office (01579 348544 or email@example.com).
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