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ACS & AppliancesIt is illegal to work on gas installations and appliances in the UK unless an engineer is Gas Safe registered and holds valid and relevant ACS qualifications.

All engineers must hold ACS CCN1 Core Domestic Gas Safety and in addition must qualify for the appliances they wish to work on. ACS certificates need to be renewed every five years.

Prior to undertaking ACS CCN1 Core Domestic Gas Safety candidates must hold a recognised gas qualification (Get to Gas) or if already an engineer, a previous ACS CCN1 ceriticate.

Our ACS CCN1 course consists of training and written and practical assessments. Our spacious, comfortable ACS Assessment centre creates the ideal environment for our candidates to undertake this all important qualification.

Course Content:

  • Welcome and introduction
  • Core gas safety competencies
  • Gas safety legislation
  • Gas emergency actions and procedures
  • Characteristics of combustion
  • Ventilation
  • Installation of pipework and fittings
  • Test for tightness
  • Checking and/ or setting meter regulations
  • Identification of unsafe situations
  • The operation and checking of gas safety devices and controls
  • Emergency notices and warning labels
  • The operation and checking of gas safety devices and controls
  • Medium pressure meters
  • Flueing and ventilation standards
  • Installation of open, balanced and fan assisted flues
  • Flue testing
  • Re-establishing the gas supply and re-lighting appliances
  • Formal assessment and examination

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After completing the ACS CCN1 Core Domestic Gas Safety assessments candidates are eligible to proceed to ACS Appliance Assessments:

CEN 1 - Central Heating Boilers
CKR 1 – Cookers
HTR 1 – Fires
MET 1 – Meters
WAT 1 – Water Heaters
DAH 1 - Warm Air Units

ACS Re-assessment is also available to existing qualified engineers who are experienced and wish to undertake the shorter ACS re-assessment course. Training is available on request although is not a pre-requisite to assessments.

Benefits

By obtaining ACS CCN1 Core Gas Safety and Appliances you will be able to register with Gas Safe either individually or through a company.

Your career as a heating engineer will start here!

Our Guarantee

Our Get to Gas courses cover all theoretical and practical training required to be a skilled heating engineer, so when you come to sit your ACS assessments we believe you should have the knowledge and skills to pass. In the unlikely event you do not pass ACS CCN1 first time after completing Get to Gas, we will allow you to re-sit free of charge next time!

What our candidates really think...


  • My Trainer was very knowledgeable on all subjects, nice and relaxed atmosphere, course delivered at a good speed. Thank you very much.

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  • My Trainer made learning the course fun and easy, always on hand to help. A big thank you to both Trainers I could not have achieved my ACS qualifications without you.

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