ACS Domestic Gas Appliances: Initial Training
What is special about this course?
The aim of this course is to provide gas operatives with their initial Gas Applicances certificates making them eligible for Gas Safe registration.
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Candidates must be valid ACS/CORGI (CCN1) card holders, be approved for one or more of the specialist subjects CENWAT; CKR1; HTR1; DAH1, and must produce an original copy of their ACS certificate.
The course is in two sections. The training section will prepare individuals to confidently complete the appliances assessments.
The assessment section involves the candidate under taking a series of practical checks to a standard that confirms competence in carrying out work safely.
Please note that the training section of this course is not compulsory. You could choose to attend for assessment only. In practice only an extremely small number of candidates take this route and we do recommend you attend training immediately in advance of your assessment.
How will I study my course?
- Part Time
How long will my course last?
Where can I study my course?
- Inverness Campus
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What can I do on completion of my course?
On successful completion of the assessments candidates will renew the following certificates as appropriate:
- CENWAT Domestic gas water and heater appliances and Domestic gas fired central heating boilers
- CKR1 Domestic gas cooking appliances
- HTR1 Domestic gas fires and wall heaters
- DAH1 Domestic gas fired ducted air heater
Is there more information available online?
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Applications are to be made through the Business Solutions Team at Inverness College UHI, email@example.com. The Team can also be contacted for further course information on 01463 273307.
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