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Commercial Training at the Grimsby Institute Group
Commercial Training at the Grimsby Institute Group
0800 012 6656 or training@grimsby.ac.uk
 CCN1 Initial Core Domestic Gas Safety Assessment

CCN1 Initial Core Domestic Gas Safety Assessment

Certification under the Gas Accredited Certification Scheme (ACS) allows the heating engineer to register with Gas Safe Register as a competent person for installation and maintenance of gas appliances they have certification for. The ACS assessment scheme covers a range of sectors within the downstream (after the mains incoming service valve to the property) Gas industry: Depending upon the work area specified, the candidate would normally undertake a ‘core’ assessment e.g. CCN1 or COCN 1 followed by one or more appliance or specialised assessments.

The course and / or assessment is designed to train and assess the gas safety competence of an operative in core domestic gas work and is a pre-requisite for all other gas assessments.

Course fees:

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What You Will Learn
Entry Requirements
The Training and assessment is designed for experienced Gas and Plumbing engineers who need to certificate for gas safety competence in carrying out gas work safely and commissioning appliances, e.g. tightness, ventilation and gas appliance chimneys (flues) . It will also ensure that candidates can recognise, take action and remove dangerous and at risk situations. The assessment (both theory and practical) covers:
  • CCN1 Core Domestic Gas Safety
Initial Training and/or Assessment: NVQ level 2 Mechanical Engineering Services (Plumbing) or NVQ level 2 Gas Utilisation, Installation and Maintenance.
Also you will need initial assessment if your previous certificate has been expired for more than 12 months.
Re- assessment: You need to have held a previous CCN1, which has not been expired for over 1 year.