Certificate II in Fire Protection Inspection and Testing

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The courses shown on the Victorian Skills Gateway website are regulated qualifications under the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF), or short training programs made up of units of competency from regulated qualifications.

Unit code
Unit title
Organise and complete daily work activities
Conduct basic functional testing of water-based fire-suppression systems
Inspect and test fire pumpsets
Participate in workplace safety arrangements
Provide effective client service
Safely move loads and dangerous goods
Identify types of installed fire safety equipment and systems
Demonstrate first attack firefighting equipment
Prepare for installation and servicing operations
Maintain quality of work and promote continuous improvement
Inspect and test fire hose reels
Install portable fire extinguishers and fire blankets
Inspect, test and maintain delivery lay flat fire hoses
Conduct routine inspection and testing of fire extinguishers and fire blankets
Inspect, test and maintain fire extinguishers
Inspect, test and maintain gaseous fire-suppression systems
Inspect and test emergency and exit lighting systems
Inspect, test and maintain non-gaseous pre-engineered fire-suppression systems
Conduct functional tests on fire detection, warning and intercommunication devices
Identify, inspect and test fire and smoke doors
Inspect and test fire hydrant systems
Identify, inspect and test passive fire and smoke containment products and systems
Prevent ozone depleting substance and synthetic greenhouse gas emissions
Inspect and test control and indicating equipment
Receive and dispatch scheduled gaseous fire-extinguishing agents
Conduct recovery, reclaim and fill operations for scheduled gaseous fire-extinguishing agents
Monitor storage operations for scheduled gaseous fire-extinguishing agents
Apply first aid
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