Level 3 ACS Gas Assessment
The most important part of reaching the status of a fully-qualified gas engineer is being able to do the work safely and legally. This course contains a number of Gas Safety ACS assessments, which is made up of a core safety assessment (CCN1) and then a number of smaller optional appliance assessments.
This course is ideal for both new gas engineers and existing ones whose skills need an update, as refresher training is also available.
Days of study depend upon assessments/training being taken.
Subject areas that will be covered include:
- CCN1 core gas assessments
- CENWAT gas central/hot water heating appliances
- CKR1 gas cookers
- CPA1 gas appliance combustion analysis
- DAH1 gas ducted air heaters
- HTR1 gas fires
- MET1 gas meters
- WAT1 instantaneous water heaters
- LPG. CoNGLGPD fuel changeover NG to LPG in permanent dwellings
Duration of the courses:
Assessment: CCN1 initial 2/3 days, CCN1 reassessment 2days, initial and reassessment appliances ½ day
Training: Depending on candidate requirements
This course costs:
- CCN1 Initial Assessment – £360.00
- CCN1 Re-Assessment – £360.00
- CCN1 + 2 Appliances (CKR1, HTR1, CENWAT, DAH1, MET1) – £700.00
- CCN1 + 4 Appliances (CKR1, HTR1, CENWAT, DAH1, MET1) – £1,000
- CoNGLP1 – £350.00
Previous ACS assessments or managed learning programme.
Making your application
We will check your application to see if you meet the standard entry requirements for the course. If you do, you’ll receive an invitation via email to attend an interview with a Curriculum Tutor.
Fees and funding
If you are aged 16-18 and applying for a full-time programme, then you will not have to pay for your course. If you are aged 19+ then there may be a fee for your course.
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