Technical testing with an associated ECITB certificate of achievement plays a key role on validating an individual’s skill, ability and job knowledge in a specific task area. Each test consists of a knowledge test and practical activity test against identified test criteria. There are two ECITB approved Technical Tests covering the small bore tubing assemblies.
ECITB TSBT01 Technical Assessment
Assemble and Install Small Bore Tubing Assemblies (Twin Ferrule)
• The candidate has to successfully use the appropriate tools, equipment and materials to plan, prepare, fabricate, assemble and install a small bore tubing assembly as per the specified drawing.
ECITB TSBT02 Technical Assessment
Disassemble and Reinstall Small Bore Tubing Assemblies (Twin Ferrule)
• The candidate must successfully dismantle, identify faults and defects on small bore tubing assemblies.
• Then reinstall small bore tubing assemblies using the appropriate tools, equipment and materials as per the specified drawing and specification sheet within set tolerances
Please note TSBT01 must be taken prior to TSBT02 if attempting
both tests. Before practical test candidate must sit 10 question online test
and achieve 80% before doing the practical
ECITB TSBT01 & TSBT02 takes 2 hours per test
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