The Vehicle Conversion - Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) Certificate of Qualification allows you to maintain and repair propane vehicle fuel systems under an operating permit.
To obtain this certificate, you will need to meet certain eligibility requirements and pass an exam.
To apply for this exam, you must:
- Successfully complete a recognized course in LPG vehicle conversion
You must also have one of the following:
- A 3-year automotive industry training credential or an equivalent 3-year automotive trade certificate
- Documented evidence of a minimum 3 years automotive tune-up experience
Refer to Gas Safety Regulation for more information.
About this exam
This exam is 2 hours long, and you must achieve a minimum grade of 70% to pass. Exam details, including areas of study, can be viewed on the exam syllabus.
For more information on our Gas certificate exams, including how to book one, visit the exams page.
Installing or altering a propane system in a vehicle
If you would also like to install or alter a propane system in a vehicle, you will need specific manufacturer training and an endorsement from us.
To have an endorsement attached to your certificate, you must provide a record of successful training completion. Send this record to us via email, and we will attach an endorsement to your Vehicle Conversion (LPG) certificate. In some cases, multiple endorsements may be required to perform certain work.