Gas

ACS Gas Reassessment

CCN1 Course Refresher, CMA1, MET1, Appliances and more

LOCATION(S):
Wakefield

Course Overview

The ACS Gas Re-assessment course is perfect for keeping engineers up to date with their gas certifications and the most recent gas safety legislation. Practicing gas engineers must renew their existing qualifications (by law) every 5 years in order to keep up their membership with the Gas Safe register. To register as a domestic gas installer, you must hold Core Domestic Gas Safety (CCN1) plus certification for the appliances you intend to work on. Universal Skills Group provides an Ofsted Outstanding course for both self-employed engineers and company training programmes. The course is tailored to the engineer and the gas appliances they work with, or wish to work with moving forward.

Why Universal Skills Group?

With Universal Skills Group, you're looked after by one of the UK's leading training providers for the energy and utilities sector. There's three big reasons why you want us for your ACS Gas Re-assessment:

  1. We're Ofsted Outstanding: we've worked hard for years to ensure we're one of the best in the UK and we're always improving our courses and learning facilities.
  2. Wakefield training centre: our purpose-built training centre offers lots of practice in real-life environments and is conveniently located just off the M1, close to affordable overnight accommodation.

Time-served engineers: Our training team is made up of time-served engineers who have a wealth of experience and knowledge in all things gas, teaching and mentoring.7

ACS Gas Reassessment

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This course has multiple options

Mar 18, 2024

Wakefield
END date:
Mar 22, 2024
Duration:
1 - 5 Days
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1 - 5 Days
£ 876.00 
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Nearly Full

May 20, 2024

Wakefield
END date:
May 24, 2024
Duration:
1 - 5 Days
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1 - 5 Days
£ 876.00 
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Jul 29, 2024

Wakefield
END date:
Aug 2, 2024
Duration:
1 - 5 Days
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1 - 5 Days
£ 876.00 
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Nearly Full

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Course Locations

Wakefield

Universal Skills Centre
41-42 Monckton Road Ind Est.
Denby Dale Road
Wakefield
WF2 7AL

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Course Content

The exact content of ACS Gas Re-assessment course depends on the gas operative.

Ranging from 1-5 days of learning we cover Core Domestic Gas Safety (CCN1), CMA1 and MET1 qualifications in line with Gas Safe Register requirements.

Other qualifications may also be covered, depending on the individual:

  • CCN1: Course Refresher
  • CMA1: Core Domestic Gas Safety
  • CPA1: Combustion Performance Analysis
  • CENWAT 1: Central Heating Boilers and water heaters
  • CKR1: Domestic Cookers
  • HTR1: (Space Heaters) Gas Fires and Wall Heaters
  • MET1: Meters
  • DAH1: Warm Air Heating Appliances

To undertake the additional appliances qualifications, gas engineers need to have completed the Day 1 CCN1 ACS Re-assessment, hold a valid CCN1 certificate and be Gas Safe registered.

Day 1 Content: Initial Core Domestic Gas Safety

Training and re-assessment covers:

  • Gas safety regulations and other relevant legislation
  • Combustion, relevant pressures and gas rates
  • Gas pipework and fittings
  • Tightness testing and purging, including low and medium pressure
  • Chimney standards, systems recognition and testing
  • Ventilation
  • Gas safety devices and controls

Day 2-5: any other qualifications

Please get in touch if you require any further details of a specific qualification or certification.

Course Structure

Day 1 of this course is always a CCN1 Course Refresher training day. This includes retaking the CCN1 initial assessment and obtaining a CCN1 certificate. It gives you the chance to refresh your knowledge and brush up on any specifics you may have forgotten. 

The rest of your course, and how many days it takes, depends on the certifications you want to obtain for specific gas appliances.

Courses encapsulate a range of activities including:

  • Theory
  • Practical training
  • Practical assessments
  • Written assessments with multiple choice questions

Entry Requirements

This course is an accredited certification scheme for experienced gas operatives.

To apply for this course, applicants must hold previous ACS gas qualifications obtained within the last 5 years. Proof of this will need to be brought into the centre on the first day.

If you are planning a training programme, please get in touch with us to arrange a tailored re-assessment course, suitable for your own gas engineers and any company-specific requirements.

Benefits of this course

Get on the Gas Safe register

The last thing you want as a gas engineer is to fall behind with Gas Safe. This course makes it easy to stay up to date with all the relevant skills and certifications you need.

Less than a week to finish

Depending on your requirements, you could be finished in just 1 day! Worst case scenario - you'll be done in 5 days and that's you sorted for 5 years.

Outstanding training facilities

Access the best of the best when it comes to training spaces and teachers, with our purpose-built training centre and time-served gas engineer as your mentors.

ACS Gas Reassessment

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