Competent Person Ventilation HTM 03-01 (CPV)

£845 + VAT
3 Days
York and Slough.
Course Overview
This 3 day City & Guilds accredited course has been developed to provide the necessary information to understand the core duties and responsibilities of the nominated Competent Person (Ventilation) as detailed within HTM 03-01. The course will provide awareness of the different types of ventilation and air-conditioning systems, their component parts and typical layout that conform to healthcare applications. The course will identify the inspection, operation and maintenance activities required and are carried out safety without hazard to staff, patients or members of the public. Those required to inspect, verify or maintain ventilation equipment will need to show that they are competent to do so. As a minimum they should have sufficient knowledge of its correct operation to be able to recognise faults.
Who is This Course For?
This course has been developed for operations managers technical staff and consultants who require an understanding of how to operate and maintain specialised ventilation systems in healthcare premises.
Start Date End Date Location Price (Ex. Vat)
Tue, 24th August 2021 Thu, 26th August 2021 Slough £845
Wed, 1st September 2021 Fri, 3rd September 2021 Slough £845
Tue, 7th September 2021 Thu, 9th September 2021 Slough £845
Tue, 5th October 2021 Thu, 7th October 2021 York £845
Wed, 1st December 2021 Fri, 3rd December 2021 York £845
Wed, 5th January 2022 Fri, 7th January 2022 Slough £845
Tue, 1st February 2022 Thu, 3rd February 2022 York £845
Mon, 14th March 2022 Wed, 16th March 2022 Slough £845
Tue, 12th April 2022 Thu, 14th April 2022 York £845

Day Morning Afternoon
  • Course Introduction
  • SHTM / HTM 03 and Statutory Regulations
  • Healthcare Comfort
  • Definition of Terms
  • Legionellosis
  • Roles and Responsibilities
  • Safe Systems of Work
  • SHTM/HTM 03 - Chapter 2
  • Risk Assessments
  • Fire Safety, COSHH and Implications
  • Types of Ventilation Systems
  • Plantroom Visit
  • Refrigeration systems
  • SHTM/HTM 03 Chapter 3
  • Ventilation Systems Requirements
  • Waste Heat Recovery Systems
  • Principles of Air Conditioning
  • SHTM / HTM - Chapter 4
  • AHU Components
  • Fire Dampers
  • SHTM / HTM 03 - Chapter 4
  • HTM 03 Part A and Part B Technical Details
  • Air Flow Measurement and Standard Instruments
  • Annual Inspection Requirements
  • Practical Inspection and Practical Air Flow Measurement
  • Principles of Psychrometry and use in a Ventilation System
  • Course Assessment
  • Types and purposes of ventilation systems LEVs, split systems air handling units-advantages, disadvantages, principal components and the criteria for determining the appropriate ventilation rates
  • List statutory comfort standards requirements and sources of Department of Health and Industry guidance
  • Identifying the need for and probable location of smoke and fire dampers, function, pressure stabilisation methods
  • Identifying the essential components of an air conditioning system
  • Identifying appropriate filter grades for given applications primary, secondary, ULPA and HEPA systems, their function, appropriate use and change criteria
  • Understand the need for humidification and de-humidification, types of humidifiers, typical problems associated with humidifiers and how to overcome them
  • Anti-legionella precautions within ventilation and air conditioning systems
  • Describe the function of control systems within ventilation systems
  • Carry out AHU audits and identify construction and maintenance issues
  • Verify critical system airflow and pressures
  • Permit to work system
Prior to attending this course we recommend you have the following:
Everything you require for this course is provided
On successful completion, we recommend the following training courses to continue your learning path:
Authorised Person Confined Spaces Authorised Person Ventilation HTM 03-01
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Course Training Team


Malcolm Webster

Senior Mechanical/Ventilation Training Consultant

Malcolm is a highly-qualified Mechanical and Electrical engineer who has worked for several organisations, within both the public and private sectors in UK and overseas. He first became involved with training and assessment during his time while in government service with the Property Services Agency at RTTC Cardington and has enjoyed working in these specialist fields during his subsequent career. Malcolm has considerable experience in air conditioning and ventilation systems and has recently been delivering the specialist ventilation courses for the NHS authorising personnel courses. Malcolm is based at our head office and training centre in York.

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