Featured Training

LP Gas Systems Requalification Training

Jul 27, 2017
TBA, Fairview Heights

This class provides continuing education on methods and techniques for the proper installation of piping systems and gas utilization equipment. This one day session will engage the attendees in the actual selection, hookup, conversion and testing of the system to ensure proper operation, maximum efficiency and customer safety. Individuals should bring their own tools and test equipment for completing the "hands-on" tasks. Upon completion students will now receive a certificate through Industrial Training Services.
   

Class will begin at 9:00 a.m.
   

Please note this class will cost $25.00 per person registered  to attend. 

 

Download/view registration form.

 

If you have additional questions please get in touch with Amy at 800-727-6207.

 

LP Gas Systems Requalification Training

Sep 14, 2017
IPGA Office, Springfield

This class provides continuing education on methods and techniques for the proper installation of piping systems and gas utilization equipment. This one day session will engage the attendees in the actual selection, hookup, conversion and testing of the system to ensure proper operation, maximum efficiency and customer safety. Individuals should bring their own tools and test equipment for completing the "hands-on" tasks. Upon completion students will now receive a certificate through Industrial Training Services.
   

Class will begin at 9:00 a.m.

 

Download/view registration form.

 

If you have additional questions please get in touch with Amy at 800-727-6207.

 

CETP Basic Principles and Practices

Oct 16, 2017 - Oct 17, 2017
IPGA Building, Springfield

A 2-day class that covers the physical properties and combustion characteristics of propane, the identification of propane industry standards, safety codes and regulations. Students will also learn the basic parts of tanks, cylinders, bulk storage installations and how to maintain a safe working environment. Upon completion of this class, students should be able to identify piping and tubing materials, fittings and associated tools used by propane personnel. This class is a prerequisite for the remainder of the CETP classes.
 

First day of class begins at 10:00 am, then 8:00 am for each remaining day. 

 

Download/view registration form.

 

If you have additional questions please get in touch with Amy at 800-727-6207.

 

CETP Basic Principles and Practices

Oct 16, 2017 - Oct 17, 2017
Four Points, Fairveiw Heights

A 2-day class that covers the physical properties and combustion characteristics of propane, the identification of propane industry standards, safety codes and regulations. Students will also learn the basic parts of tanks, cylinders, bulk storage installations and how to maintain a safe working environment. Upon completion of this class, students should be able to identify piping and tubing materials, fittings and associated tools used by propane personnel. This class is a prerequisite for the remainder of the CETP classes.
 

First day of class begins at 10:00 am, then 8:00 am for each remaining day. 

 

Download/view registration form.

 

If you have additional questions please get in touch with Amy at 800-727-6207.

 

CETP Propane Delivery

Oct 18, 2017 - Oct 20, 2017
IPGA Office, Springfield

This 3-day class covers pre- and post- trip inspections, cargo tank markings, plant loading systems and customer deliveries of propane. Upon completion of this class, the student should be able to identify the proper filling procedures for propane storage containers, recognize placards and understand trip inspection requirements. Also covered in this class is the interpretation on service, leak complaints and pressure and leak testing.
 

First day of class begins at 10:00 am, then 8:00 am for each remaining day. 
 

Download/view registration form.

 

If you have additional questions please get in touch with Amy at 800-727-6207.

 

CETP Basic Principles and Practices

Dec 11, 2017 - Dec 12, 2017
IPGA Building, Springfield

A 2-day class that covers the physical properties and combustion characteristics of propane, the identification of propane industry standards, safety codes and regulations. Students will also learn the basic parts of tanks, cylinders, bulk storage installations and how to maintain a safe working environment. Upon completion of this class, students should be able to identify piping and tubing materials, fittings and associated tools used by propane personnel. This class is a prerequisite for the remainder of the CETP classes.
 

First day of class begins at 10:00 am, then 8:00 am for each remaining day. 

 

Download/view registration form.

 

If you have additional questions please get in touch with Amy at 800-727-6207.

 

CETP Propane Delivery

Dec 13, 2017 - Dec 15, 2017
IPGA Office, Springfield

This 3-day class covers pre- and post- trip inspections, cargo tank markings, plant loading systems and customer deliveries of propane. Upon completion of this class, the student should be able to identify the proper filling procedures for propane storage containers, recognize placards and understand trip inspection requirements. Also covered in this class is the interpretation on service, leak complaints and pressure and leak testing.
 

First day of class begins at 10:00 am, then 8:00 am for each remaining day. 
 

Download/view registration form.

 

If you have additional questions please get in touch with Amy at 800-727-6207.