The aim of this course is to provide gas operatives with information on legislation and training in both the practical and theoretical aspects of domestic gas safety in preparation for their initial CCN1 assessments.

All operatives and heating engineers who install, commission and repair domestic gas appliances must hold the relevant qualifications for the areas of work that they carry out. Operatives are required to obtain qualifications under the Accredited Certification Scheme (ACS). The certification scheme is regulated by the United Kingdom Accreditation Services (UKAS). ACS certificates need to be renewed every five years.

Our ACS Core Domestic Gas Safety course consists of full training and will provide candidates with relevant up to date knowledge prior to completion of their assessments. You can only legally work on gas installations in the UK if you hold Gas Safe Registration. To qualify for Gas Safe Registration, you must hold a valid ACS gas qualification.

The Appliance Courses

After completing Core Domestic Gas Safety (CCN1) candidates are eligible to take any of the following courses which can include both practical and written training if required as courses are tailored to suit individual requirements:

Central Heating Boilers/Water Heating
Appliances (CENWAT1)

This module will extend an operative’s scope of work to include the installation and maintenance of domestic gas fired central heating boilers/hot water circulators and domestic gas fired instantaneous water heaters. (one day training and one day assessment.)

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