Course type: Classroom & Workshop
Estimated course length: 1 Day
Certificate expiration: 5 year(s)
Entry Requirements: CCN1
Cost: £150-£230 + VAT
Skills Training Group is pleased to offer the HTR1 gas course to existing gas engineers who are looking to expand their knowledge and skills in the field of domestic gas heating appliances. The course covers installation, maintenance, breakdown repair and the disconnection of gas fires, wall heaters and more.
HTR1 Re-assessment can be completed in half a day and costs £150 + VAT including certification fees.
HTR1 Initial Assessment can be completed in one day and costs £230 + VAT including certification fees.
For those adding HTR1 for the first time, you will need to undertake training in a Realistic Working Environment (RWE) in our centre. This will involve carrying out installation and maintenance on gas fires.
Please contact our customer service team on 0808 164 2780 for course start dates.
CCN1 / CCLP1 or equivalent changeover combination, or aligned QCF or S/NVQ, or Group Competency Certificate.
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.
- Open flued gas fires (radiant/convector)
- Open flued inset live fuel effect gas fires (ILFE)
- Open flued decorative fuel effect gas fires (DFE)
- Balanced flued gas fires
- Balanced fan-assisted wall heaters
HTR1 is designed to assess the competence of a gas engineer to install, exchange, commission, disconnect, service, carry out repairs and attend to the breakdown of appliances. However, as with all ACS assessments, HTR1 will only assess an engineer’s competence in matters of gas safety, it will not assess other key skills such as building works or electrical installation etc.
Due to the range of appliances and work activity covered by HTR1, during assessment gas engineers must be able to correctly identify the appliance type, apply the guidance given in the manufactures instructions and appropriate British Standard, and ensure that the appliance is safe to use.