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Plan for 2014 training with Spirax Sarco

02 February 2014

Spirax Sarco has launched a new training brochure for 2014

Giving plant operators and managers more ways to save energy, increase productivity, improve product quality and reduce risk.
Discover the latest boiler guidance by enrolling on the Boiler Operation Accreditation Scheme (BOAS) course. Recommended as the qualification of best practice by the Health & Safety Executive, Combustion Engineering Association and The Safety Assessment Federation, BOAS provides a national accreditation for boiler operation or management.
The BOAS Renewal course also features within the 2014 prospectus. Qualified engineers with a BOAS certificate must retake a refresher course every five years to remain BOAS accredited. This course gives an update on best practice and safety to candidates and covers any new legislation or guidance notes.
Plant Engineers and Energy Managers looking to improve energy efficiency may consider the Saving Energy (E1) course. Participants will learn how to identify and evaluate energy savings and carbon reduction opportunities within a plant, such as optimising a steam system, identifying and quantifying savings and relating fuel savings to carbon and CO2 emissions.
The 2014 training course brochure offers a wide range of courses covering the latest legislation and aspects of the design, operation and maintenance of steam systems. Each course is taught by leading experts in steam technology and is approved by professional bodies such as Pearson BTEC; City & Guilds; CEA; and CIBSE.
Training can be completed at Spirax Sarco’s Cheltenham-based Steam Technology Centre. It is the only UK facility to offer a fully operational steam system with SCADA control, which helps provide a very high standard of theory, practical and design steam engineering courses. Alongside other facilities, like the on-site boiler, this gives training delegates the opportunity to work on live systems and develop their skills without compromising a real production installation.
In addition to training courses at the Steam Technology Centre, Spirax Sarco provides a selection of national qualifications, correspondence courses and on-site training to suit any training need.
For more information on Spirax Sarco’s range of training courses visit, or speak to the UK Steam Technology centre 01242535211 or

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