CCN1 & Appliances (Refresher) - Domestic ACS Package Course
This ACS reassessment course is ideal for existing gas engineers
This CCN1 revalidation training program by The Energy Training Academy is designed for experienced gas professionals looking to renew their ACS certifications. Renewing the CCN1 certification and its related appliances is essential every five years to maintain your Gas Safe Registration status.
3 day course, based in Dalkeith, 30 mins from Edinburgh
Our Core Domestic Gas Safety CCN1 re-evaluation training encompasses the following:
- Combustion, pertinent pressures, and gas flow rates.
- Gas pipeline installations.
- Leakage assessment and purging, spanning low and medium pressure.
- Identification and evaluation of chimney systems.
- Ventilation practices.
- Gas control mechanisms.
- Analysis of flue gas.
In addition, our gas appliance re-evaluation training addresses:
- Detection and rectification of installation defects.
- Basic troubleshooting for gas safety issues.
This domestic ACS package also covers a range of appliances, the full list includes:
- CCN1 – Core Domestic Gas Safety
- CPA1 – Combustion Performance and Analysis
- CENWAT – Domestic Gas Central Heating Boilers & Water Heaters
- HTR1 – Domestic Gas Fires & Wall Heaters
- CKR1 – Domestic Gas Cooking Appliances
Upon successful course completion, candidates will receive LCL Awards certificates for Core Domestic Gas Safety (CCN1) and the specific appliances they’ve studied
Why would I need this course?
In the United Kingdom, it’s a legal prerequisite for any professional looking to undertake gas-related tasks to be a part of the Gas Safe register.
To become registered as a domestic gas installer, you need to possess the Core Domestic Gas Safety (CCN1) certification, along with qualifications for the specific appliances you intend to service. It’s important to note that ACS credentials must be refreshed every 5 years.
Our comprehensive package comprises training and reassessment, encompassing core domestic gas safety, central heating systems, hot water boilers, cookers, and space heaters, which includes gas fireplaces and wall heaters
To qualify for revaluation, engineers should possess an active ACS certification. In instances where their certifications have lapsed, the revaluation course can be completed within a 12-month window from the date of qualification expiration.
For gas engineers whose certifications have been inactive for over 12 months, enrolling in the CCN1 & Appliance Initial Package Course is what we recommend.
How long does it take and what's involved?
This course takes approximately 3 days to complete at our training centre in Dalkeith, a short journey from Edinburgh.
This assessment process takes the form of hands on practical tests and written test along with multiple choice question tests.
On completion of the course, you will be issued with the an LCL Awards certificate in Core Domestic Gas Safety (CCN1).
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Looking for another date? Please contact us as we may be able to accomodate based on your requirements.