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LCL Awards Managed Learning Program (MLP)

£3,400.00
£4,080.00 (inc. VAT)
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LCL Awards Managed Learning Program (MLP)

The following training and assessment packages are certificated by LCL Awards to industry led standards.

Title

Content type

Sector:

Gas

Qualification Title:

LCL Awards Managed Learning Programme

LCL Qualification Code:

LCLMLP

RQF Qualification Code:

Level and Credit Value:

Guided Learning Hours:

Qualification Units:

Qualification Certificate Expiry:

5 Years

Background:

The LCL Awards Managed Learning Programme (MLP) is;

  • A structured programme of guided learning designed to meet the requirements for new entrants the gas industry
  • A recognised entry route to the Nationally Accredited Certification Scheme (ACS) and subsequent registration with Gas Safe Register.

The MLP programme consists of both centre based guided learning and 'on the job' gas work experience, gained whilst under the supervision of a registered gas installer, acting as the candidates mentor.

The MLP programme is an entry route into the following industry sectors:

  • DNGA1 - Domestic Natural Gas Appliances (Central Heating Boilers & Instantaneous Water Heaters, Space Heaters and Cookers)
  • DNGA2 - Domestic Natural Gas Appliances (Central Heating Boilers & Instantaneous Water Heaters and Cookers)
  • DNGA3 - Domestic Natural Gas Appliances (Central Heating Boilers & Instantaneous Water Heaters)
  • DNGA4 - Domestic Natural Gas Appliances (Cookers)
  • DNGA5 - Domestic Natural Gas Appliances (Space Heaters)
  • DNGM - Domestic Meters
  • NDNG1 - Non Domestic Heating and Appliances, Pipework Installation and Commissioning
  • DLPGA1 - Domestic LPG and Appliances (Leisure Accommodation Vehicles, Residential Park Homes)
  • DLPGA2 - Domestic LPG and Appliances (Boats)
  • NDNG2 - Non Domestic Heating and Appliances
  • NDNG3 - Non Domestic Catering and Appliances
  • NDNG4 - Non Domestic Laundry and Appliances
  • NDNG5 - Non Domestic Pipework Installation and Commissioning
  • NDNGM - Non Domestic Natural Gas Meters

Bespoke MLP other than those listed can be awarded, please contact LCL Awards for further details.

Learners outcomes:

Learners will be trained in the following areas appropriate to the industry sector:

  • Legislation, Health and Safety
  • Combustion and its Control
  • Chimneys
  • Ventilation
  • Pressure, Flow, Tightness Testing and Purging
  • Domestic Pipework Installation
  • Electrical Systems, Controls and Components
  • Heating Design, Heat Loss and Comfort Conditions
  • Installation and Servicing of Domestic Central Heating and Hot Water Appliances
  • Installation and Servicing of Domestic Ducted Air Heaters
  • Installation and Servicing of Domestic Cooking Appliances
  • Installation and Servicing of Domestic Space Heating Appliances
  • Installation of Domestic Meters
  • Principles and Procedures of Fault Diagnosis
  • Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) Installations
  • Installation and Servicing of Non Domestic Heating Appliances
  • Installation and Servicing of Non Domestic Catering Appliances
  • Installation and Servicing of Non Domestic Laundry Appliances
  • Installation of Non Domestic Pipework
  • Installation and Commissioning of Non Domestic Pipework

Learners will undertake formative assessments as they progress through their programme and must successfully complete a summative assessment on completion.

Once the centre has confirmed that the learner has completed the MLP and met the on-site sufficiency of evidence requirements, a Training Completion Certificate will be issued to the learner.

On receipt of their certificate learners are eligible to apply for ACS assessments covered by the content of the MLP undertaken.

Pre-requisites:

The LCL Awards Managed Learning Programme is designed for both new entrant learners into the gas industry and those who claim to have some prior experience and knowledge of the Building Engineering Services industry sector.

All learners applying for the MLP will undertake an initial assessment of their learning needs to ensure that they are able to complete the program and progress to ACS assessment.  

All learners will be required to access 'on the job' gas work experience, gained whilst under the supervision of a registered gas installer, acting as the candidates mentor.  

Assessment method:
  • Formative and Summative assessment is carried out using a variety of methods; including multiple choice, short written response and scenario questions and observed practical tasks using a realistic scenario within an assessment centre.

Related qualifications:

Related downloads:
Related links and support material: LCL Gas Safety Training Manuals