Steam Boiler Training
As an approved BOAS training provider with CEA accreditation, our objective is to train candidates with a thorough understanding of safety to reduce the risk of injury and comply with BG01 guidelines. JBC provide both workshop based training courses, as well as bespoke on-site boiler operator and management training to suit your boiler operation and staff needs.
Experienced JBC trainers, not only offer five dedicated and expert steam boiler training courses but will travel to your premises and complete the training on your own boiler room equipment. Alternatively, our dedicated training facilities at our head office can provide operational steam boiler and classroom facilities.
The boiler house exhibits an environment with varied risks and hazards associated with operating and managing industrial steam boiler plants. As such, it involves literally every aspect of legislation relating to Health & Safety. Many insurers will offer reduced premiums to companies who undertake approved boiler operative training.
For more information, simply complete the course enquiry form shown in the sidebar and we will contact you to discuss your company training needs.
Alternatively email, email@example.com or give us a call on 0113 220 3830.
Maintenance & Operation of Boiler (MOB)
This course is run over two days and is site based. This is an intensive course, designed to provide boiler operators, maintenance staff, plant technicians and boiler engineers a thorough grounding in the everyday operation and maintenance of boilers, burners and boiler plant equipment. The course content also covers relevant Health & Safety issues, fault identification and emergency situations.
Safe Operation & Boiler Awareness (SOBA)
This course is run over one day and is site based. It will give you a basic knowledge required by operators in order to qualify for the BOAS standard as mentioned in BG01.
Boiler Operative Safety & Health (BOSH)
This course is run over one day and is site based. It is an introduction to risk assessment, identification of risks and hazards and finding an appropriate control hierarchy.
Boiler Operative Accreditation Scheme Refresher Course
To maintain your CEA accreditation, you are required to undergo both a refresher and re-assessment every five years.
Boiler Operative Accreditation Scheme (BOAS)
This course is run over a five-day period, where candidates can achieve a level of competency required in the BG01 guidelines as an appropriate industry standard for those responsible for the operation and ownership of a steam raising plant.
On completion of the course, candidates will receive either a certificate ‘IBO’ for operators or ‘Dip.BOM’ for managers.