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Boiler Operation Accreditation Scheme (BOAS)

Different categories available: 

Category 1:  Hot Water Shell Boilers 

Category 2:  Steam Shell Boilers 

Category 3: Water Tube Boilers 


Steam Shell Boilers (Category 2)

Who should attend?

This course is designed for practicing boilerhouse operators or those who are responsible for managing a boilerhouse and it’s operators. Delegates can also attend who are working on boilers such as commissioning engineers or boiler service engineers.

Existing knowledge required

Boilerhouse operators must have 6 months (or 100 hours) practical experience. This is to be backed up with written evidence in order to pass the course.
Sometimes a delegate does not have the experience or wants to attend to gain a better understanding of the records that should be kept. They can apply for a deferment at the application stage.

What will the delegate learn?

Under PUWER it is a legal requirement to train staff to operate all equipment. The BG01 (safe operation of boilers) requires boiler operators to be trained to BOAS.
The CEA has devised a scheme recognised by industry, insurers and HSE, which provides a comprehensive qualification for operators and managers of industrial and commercial boiler plant.  The ultimate aim of the course is to train and prepare delegates for passing the BOAS accreditation.  In order to achieve this the delegate will go through the BOAS Syllabus:
1. Safety and Legal Requirements
2. Basic Heat and Heat Transfer Concepts
3. Feedwater and Boiler Water Analysis
4. Draught and Combustion
5. Energy Efficiency
6. Environment
7. Fuel Concepts
8. Boilers and Auxiliaries
9. Operation
10. Controls and Instrumentation


Availability and Location

Location:  Eastwood Park Training, Gloucestershire GL12 8DA 
Dates: 22 November 21  / 17 January 2022  / 4 March 2022 
2022: 17-21 January / 14-18 March / 16-20 May / 25-29 July / 3-7 October
2023: 16-20 January / 13-17 March


Location: Cochran Training Centre, Annan
Dates: 27-1 October / 29-3 December
2022: 24-28 January / 21-25 March / 25-29 April / 13-17 June / 8-12 August / 17-21 October / 5-9 December

ONLINE: 18 October / 15 November / 13 December

Duration: 5 days 


Hot Water Shell Boilers (Category 1)

Who should attend?

This course is designed for practicing boilerhouse operators or those who are responsible for managing a Hot Water Boiler and its operators. Delegates can also attend who are working on boilers such as commissioning engineers or boiler service engineers.

Existing knowledge required

Operators must have 6 months (or 100 hours) practical experience. This is to be backed up with written evidence in order to pass the course. Sometimes a delegate does not have the experience or wants to attend to gain a better understanding of the records that should be kept. They can apply for a deferment at the application stage.

What will the delegate learn?

Under PUWER it is a legal requirement to train staff to operate all equipment. The BG01 (safe operation of boilers) requires boiler operators to be trained to BOAS.  The CEA has devised a scheme recognised by industry, insurers and HSE, which provides a comprehensive qualification for operators and managers of industrial and commercial boiler plant.  The ultimate aim of the course is to train and prepare delegates for passing the BOAS accreditation.  In order to achieve this the delegate will go through the BOAS Syllabus:

1  Safety and Legal Requirements
2  Basic Heat and Heat Transfer Concepts
3  Feedwater and Boiler Water Analysis
4  Draught and Combustion
5  Energy Efficiency
6  Environment
7  Fuel Concepts
8  Boilers and Auxiliaries
9  Operation
10  Controls and Instrumentation

Location: TBA

Duration: 5 days


BOAS Dual Steam and Hot Water



Water Tube Boilers (Category 3)

Who should attend?

This course is designed for practicing Water Tube boiler operators or those who are responsible for managing a Water Boiler and its operators. Delegates can also attend who are working on boilers such as commissioning engineers or boiler service engineers.


Existing knowledge required

Operators must have 6 months (or 100 hours) practical experience. This is to be backed up with written evidence in order to pass the course.  Sometimes a delegate does not have the experience or wants to attend to gain a better understanding of the records that should be kept. They can apply for a deferment at the application stage.


What will the delegate learn?

Under PUWER it is a legal requirement to train staff to operate all equipment. The BG01 (safe operation of boilers) whilst it is not 100% relevant to Water Tube Boilers, requires boiler operators to be trained to BOAS. The CEA has devised a scheme recognised by industry, insurers and HSE, which provides a comprehensive qualification for operators and managers of industrial and commercial boiler plant.  The ultimate aim of the course is to train and prepare delegates for passing the BOAS accreditation.  In order to achieve this the delegate will go through the BOAS Syllabus: 

1  Safety and Legal Requirements 
2  Basic Heat and Heat Transfer Concepts
3  Feedwater and Boiler Water Analysis
4  Draught and Combustion
5  Energy Efficiency
6  Environment
7  Fuel Concepts
8  Boilers and Auxiliaries
9  Operation
10  Controls and Instrumentation


Duration: 5 day

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