Licence to operate a steam turbine- High risk work licence
Adept provide registered training for Steam Turbine Operation Licences
Adept Trainers provide both written and practical assessment with feedback during your training to get you ready for your Steam Turbine license.
This licence allows you to operate and use:
- A turbine that has an output of 500 kilowatts or more and;
- Is multi-wheeled, or;
- Is capable of a speed greater than 3,600 rpm, or;
- Has attached condensers, or;
- Has a multi-stage heat extraction process.
Adept’s Steam Turbine Operation License training is a three-day on-site course. Adept’s Inspections and Training provide formal theoretical training for 8 hours each day. Trainees are then required to complete a self-paced logbook. When our Assessors are notified of completion, they return to conduct a four-hour practical assessment for each trainee.
All Adept requires is that you already have access to your own equipment for training and assessment.
Adept conduct written assessments and practical assessments during the Steam Turbine License training. These are designed to assess trainees for competency and prepare them for their State Authority Assessment. Upon successfully completing Adept’s practical assessment, Adept organise a Safework NSW State Authority Assessment for trainees.
Successful completion of this assessment will earn the trainee a Notice of Satisfactory Assessment, which will need to be processed, along with 100 points of identification, through the Australia Post Office.