Boiler Operation Certification

Engineering and Technical

Boiler Operation Certification

Course Description:

A boiler is an enclosed vessel in which water is heated and circulated, either as hot water or steam, to produce a source for either heat or power. A central heating plant may have one or more boilers that use gas, oil, or coal as fuel. The steam generated issued to heat buildings, produce energy for residential and commercial communities, provide hot water and heating operations.


Attending this course can help you acquire useful knowledge of steam generation, types of boilers pertinent to Seabee operations, and various fittings commonly found on boilers. The primary objective of this course is to lay the foundation for you to develop skill in the operation, maintenance, and repair of boilers.

Learning Outcomes:

By the end of the programme, participants will learn to:


  • State the steam generation theory.
  • Describe boiler design requirements.
  • Describe the different types of boilers, components, and functions.
  • Describe the different types of boiler fittings and accessories.
  • Identify the automatic controls associated with boilers.
  • Describe the different types of instruments and meters.
  • Describe the procedures associated with boiler water treatment and cleaning.
  • Describe the procedures for cleaning boiler firesides and watersides.
  • Describe the procedures associated with boiler maintenance.
  • Demonstrate Combustion process and draft system for steam boilers
  • Understand the importance of the draft system for proper operation
  • Improve understanding of control and protection system
  • Understand the best practice operation procedures
  • Demonstrate Safety valve & burner management System
  • Routine operation and emergency procedures
  • Identify what can go wrong with a procedure-based operation
  • Determine the required safety integrity level for a safety boiler operation function
  • Module 1 – Combustion Process and Heat Transfer Fundamentals
  • Module2 – Boiler Types & Operational Overview

  • Module 3 – Boiler Control Systems & Protection Mechanisms

  • Module 4 – Operation and Safety of Steam Boilers

  • Module 5 – Boiler Maintenance & Troubleshooting

Who Should Attend?

Any engineer who conducts or is involved in process safety hazard analysis – including:

  1. – Mechanical engineers
  2. – Process engineers
  3. – Boiler operations and maintenance teams
  4. – Process safety/risk managers
  5. – Facility/Plant managers
  6. – HSE managers/engineers

Duration & Delivery Mode:

 5 Days (30 Hours)

Instructor-Led Workshop

Methodology & Deliver Approach:


  • Instructor-Led Workshop
  • Interactive Discussions
  • Case Studies
  • Group Activities
  • Software Applications
  • Evidence-Based Performance
  • Video and Visual aids
  • Real-industry Scenarios
  • Workshop Exercises
  • Embedded Assessments

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