- June 18, 2021
12:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Individuals who attend the two day CETP 1.0 Basic Principles and Practices will have the option of also registering for this half day skills assessment to complete the final action required in order to receive the certification. To learn more about the required skills assessment, please click here
Skills Assessment Topics Will Include:
- Section 1: Identify Propane Codes & Regulations and Verify Product Specifications and Personal Safey
- Section 2: Odorants, Service Interruptions, and Characteristics of Carbon Monoxide
- Section 3: Identify Emergency Equipment and Procedures and the Proper Use of Fire Extinguishers
- Section 4: Dot Cylinders and Propane Piping System Components
Learn More About PPATEC Health And Safety Plan
PPATEC follows PA Department of Education guidance for hosting in-person instruction at postsecondary education institutions. All class sizes will be reduced by 50% to allow for necessary spacing. All attendees will need to pass a temperature check prior to building entry. Facemasks will be required for the duration of each class. Additional facility changes have been made to follow proper safety protocols. Comprehensive details can be found by reading our Health and Safety Plan.
Our Instructor: Eric Leskinen is veteran of the industry. Eric has over 30 years of experience with career progression from field operations to corporate direction. He has designed, managed, and executed safety training and compliance programs for multi-state companies with up to 1,100 employees. As a true compliance and safety specialist, his background and skill set is invaluable to propane marketers.
Hotel Discount Options
Receive discounted rates at the Holiday Inn Harrisburg East for a special rate of $83/night. Book online or make your reservation by contacting them at (717) 939-1600 and request the PA Petroleum Association room block.
Book Holiday Inn Online NowReceive discounted rates at the Red Lion Hotel for a special rate of $76/night. Book online or make your reservation by contacting them at (717) 939-7841 and request the PA Petroleum Association room block.