CPCPWT4023A – Commission and maintain hot and heated water temperature control devices
Classroom Based Training
This Thermostatic Mixing Valves course will cover all aspects of the nationally recognised unit Commission and maintain hot and heated water temperature control devices and is designed to suit qualified plumbers of all levels of experience. It encompasses a range of topics including safe work procedures, preparation for work, identification of testing and commissioning requirements, physical testing and commissioning of devices, hot water tempering valves, maintenance of devices and completion of work finalisation processes.
Thermostatic Mixing Valves TMV – Materials, Design & Performance
Understanding minimum requirements as per AS 4032.1—2015
Tempering Valves & End Of Line Actuated Devices
Requirements for the design, construction, testing and performance of:
tempering valves of nominal sizes not larger than DN 32; and
end-of-line temperature-actuated devices of nominal size not larger than DN 25, for use with heated water at—
continuous operating temperature not exceeding 85°C;
temperature under emergency conditions, not exceeding 99°C; and
continuous working pressure not exceeding 1400 kPa.
As per AS 4032.2—2005 (Incorporating Amendment No. 1)
Requirements For Field Testing, Maintenance Or Replacement Of Thermostatic Mixing Valves, Tempering Valves & End-Of-Line Temperature Control Devices
Operational checking (which may include measurements) to ascertain the level of performance of minimum requirements for field-testing and maintenance/replacement of thermostatic mixing valves, tempering valves and end-of-line temperature-actuated devices.
The participants must possess a sufficient grasp of the English language, and may be required to undertake an LLN test to assess whether their literacy and numeracy skills are sufficient to cope with the training program. The participant may also be required to hold the following:
A current white card;
The maximum duration of this unit is expected to be approximately 80 hours. It is calculated based on a recommended overall average minimum number of hours devoted to study each week which is 7 hours per week. The student will be required to study for 12 weeks in total.
This unit is delivered by Blended Mode. This includes:
Unit Assessment and Learning (focused on underpinning knowledge and skills); and
Structured Workplace Learning (focused on extending and refining practical skills).
This is summarised below. Students will study the unit through a combination of textbooks, face-to-face training and tutorials which includes unit readings and web links.
Version of qualification
07 Feb 2013
Is superseded by and equivalent to CPCPWT4023 - Commission and maintain hot and heated water temperature control devices (26 Nov 2020)
Upon successful completion of this course you will be awarded a Statement of Attainment in: