Course type: Workshop
Estimated course length: 3 Days
Certificate expiration: 5 year(s)
Entry Requirements: The CCN1 re-assessment course is for gas installers who need to renew their domestic ACS qualifications. To undertake re-assessment, operatives must complete the course no more than 12 months after the expiry date of their existing qualifications. The CCN1 re-assessment can be completed up to six months before this expiry date. Gas installers who have held the qualifications previously but have let them lapse by more than 12 months, must undertake Initial Assessment, which takes an extra day to complete. From Monday 1st October 2018, you must have been registered Gas Safe Register for a minimum of 6 months to add additional appliances to your initial registration.
Cost: £650 + VAT
Core Domestic Gas Safety (CCN1) re-assessment, plus appliances include training and re-assessment on the following:
- CCN1 – Core Domestic Gas Safety, including CPA1 (Combustion Performance Analysis)
- CENWAT – Central Heating Boilers & Water Heaters
- CKR1 – Cookers
- HTR1 – Space Heaters (including Gas Fires and Wall Heaters)
WHY DO I NEED THIS?
Membership of the Gas Safe Register is a legal requirement for any installer wishing to carry out gas work in the United Kingdom, Isle of Man and Guernsey. 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.
Core Domestic Gas Safety CCN1 re-assessment training covers:
- Combustion, relevant pressures and gas rates
- Gas pipework
- Tightness testing and purging, including low and medium pressure
- Chimney systems recognition and testing
- Gas controls
- Flue gas analysis
CCN1 re-assessment takes the form of practical tests and multiple choice question papers.
On successful completion of the course, candidates will be issued with the LCL Awards Certificate in Core Domestic Gas Safety (CCN1) and the appliances they have undertaken.