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  • Is this course for you?

    ACS Reassessment is for those Category 1 candidates who are experienced gas fitters with existing gas knowledge and skills. These are operatives looking to renew certificates which have expired (less than 12 months) or are due to expire. Additionally, Category 1 candidates are also those of you looking to add appliances and expand your scope of work.

    Before enrolment, a conservation with the Gas Manager is required

  • Required qualifications

    This is a period of learning and assessment for individuals to renew their ACS certificates. Your training/revision period will be easier to determine if you can advise if you have been regularly undertaking the areas of gas work covered by your existing certification.

  • What skills will I develop?

    Reassessment ACS is a mixture of assessing both your practical skills and theory knowledge. You can undertake assessment for:

    CCN 1/CPA1: Core Gas Safety

    CENWAT 1: Central Heating Boilers

    CPA 1: Combustion Performance Analysis

    CKR 1: Domestic Cookers

    HTR 1: Gas Fires and Wall Heaters

    MET 1: Meters

    DAH 1: Warm Air Heating Appliances

  • Careers

    Gas engineers do far more than install and fix boilers – with the right training, they can work with a whole range of gas appliances in both domestic and commercial settings, opening the door to a rich and rewarding career where no one day is like the next. For most people, a gas engineer is a helpful expert who makes sure domestic gas systems are correctly installed and running smoothly. In more troubled times, they’re even the hero who comes in at inconvenient times, ready to fix a boiler on the blink in the bitter cold of midwinter.

    However, that’s not all a gas engineer does. This is a role that will have you wearing many different hats – and one where you’ll never be bored with routine, as every job and every day bring new challenges. As a gas engineer, your job is to solve gas-related problems in domestic and commercial settings, and often with constraints.

    It’s also a role that’s suited for people who enjoy working with other people and helping them. You’ll spend a lot of time in other people’s homes and workplaces, typically installing, servicing, and repairing various gas appliances and central heating systems.

    Being a gas engineer is sometimes seen as a hard job. It can certainly be challenging. Despite this, figuring out solutions to complex gas and heating problems can be incredibly satisfying, while the excellent salary and prospects for career advancement make this an attractive career for ambitious people.

  • Other important information

    We prefer to keep classes small to ensure students receive quality training. There is a maximum of 8 students per group.

    You are welcome to bring your own tools, but we will provide all the tools and equipment required to complete training in the centre.

    You will need to wear protective shoes or boots; full-length trousers and a t-shirt or polo is a typical example of what students wear.

    We accept several different payment methods and finance options are also available.

  • Is this course for you?

    ACS Reassessment is for those Category 1 candidates who are experienced gas fitters with existing gas knowledge and skills. These are operatives looking to renew certificates which have expired (less than 12 months) or are due to expire. Additionally, Category 1 candidates are also those of you looking to add appliances and expand your scope of work.

    Before enrolment, a conservation with the Gas Manager is required

  • Required qualifications

    This is a period of learning and assessment for individuals to renew their ACS certificates. Your training/revision period will be easier to determine if you can advise if you have been regularly undertaking the areas of gas work covered by your existing certification.

  • What skills will I develop?

    Reassessment ACS is a mixture of assessing both your practical skills and theory knowledge. You can undertake assessment for:

    CCN 1/CPA1: Core Gas Safety

    CENWAT 1: Central Heating Boilers

    CPA 1: Combustion Performance Analysis

    CKR 1: Domestic Cookers

    HTR 1: Gas Fires and Wall Heaters

    MET 1: Meters

    DAH 1: Warm Air Heating Appliances

  • Careers

    Gas engineers do far more than install and fix boilers – with the right training, they can work with a whole range of gas appliances in both domestic and commercial settings, opening the door to a rich and rewarding career where no one day is like the next. For most people, a gas engineer is a helpful expert who makes sure domestic gas systems are correctly installed and running smoothly. In more troubled times, they’re even the hero who comes in at inconvenient times, ready to fix a boiler on the blink in the bitter cold of midwinter.

    However, that’s not all a gas engineer does. This is a role that will have you wearing many different hats – and one where you’ll never be bored with routine, as every job and every day bring new challenges. As a gas engineer, your job is to solve gas-related problems in domestic and commercial settings, and often with constraints.

    It’s also a role that’s suited for people who enjoy working with other people and helping them. You’ll spend a lot of time in other people’s homes and workplaces, typically installing, servicing, and repairing various gas appliances and central heating systems.

    Being a gas engineer is sometimes seen as a hard job. It can certainly be challenging. Despite this, figuring out solutions to complex gas and heating problems can be incredibly satisfying, while the excellent salary and prospects for career advancement make this an attractive career for ambitious people.

  • Other important information

    We prefer to keep classes small to ensure students receive quality training. There is a maximum of 8 students per group.

    You are welcome to bring your own tools, but we will provide all the tools and equipment required to complete training in the centre.

    You will need to wear protective shoes or boots; full-length trousers and a t-shirt or polo is a typical example of what students wear.

    We accept several different payment methods and finance options are also available.

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