Gas Safety CCN1 Course & Appliances (Initial)
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Logic4training’s CCN1 initial assessment course is suitable for gas installers whose existing CCN1 has lapsed by more than 12 months, or for new entrants as part of our Domestic Gas Heating Installer (DGHI) experienced trades or new entrants route.
CCN1 re-assessment and associated appliances is required every five years to maintain Gas Safe Registration.
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.
For existing operatives who have let their existing qualifications lapse by more than 12 months, this package includes cookers (CKR1) and space heaters (including gas fires and wall heaters) (HTR1).
For new entrants as part of our domestic gas heating installer packages, this package includes training and initial assessment covering core domestic gas safety (CCN1) plus central heating and hot water (CENWAT) only.
This course includes ClubLogic – free online pre-course learning. Revisit pipe sizing, purging, ventilation and controls, online and in your own time before you do your in-centre training. Click here to find out more.
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The initial Core Domestic Gas Safety (CCN1) course, plus appliances, includes training and initial assessment on the following modules:
- 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)*
*Please note: CKR1 and HTR1 are only included in this package for candidates whose existing qualifications have lapsed by more than 12 months. To undertake these qualifications, operatives need to be Gas Safe registered and completed their CCN1 ACS assessment more than 12 months ago.
Initial Core Domestic Gas Safety (CCN1) training and assessment covers:
- Gas safety regulations and other relevant legislation
- Combustion, relevant pressures and gas rates
- Gas pipe work
- Tightness testing and purging, including low and medium pressure
- Chimney systems recognition and testing
- Gas controls
Initial appliances training covers:
- Servicing and maintenance
- Basic gas safety fault finding
CCN1 assessment (plus appliances) takes the form of practical tests and multiple choice question papers. On successful completion, candidates will be issued with an LCL Awards certificate for Core Domestic Gas Safety (CCN1) and the appliances they have undertaken.
The cost of the CCN1 course (plus appliances) includes training, assessment and the certification fee.
The price of this package will be reduced accordingly for candidates who do not require assessment in the appliance modules. Please contact our customer service team on 020 845 7222 with your requirements for a revised price.
The CCN1 initial training and assessment course is for gas installers undertaking their ACS qualifications for the first time or renewing certificates which have expired more the 12 months previously.
Any candidate wishing to undertake the ACS assessments will need to demonstrate they have undertaken a recognised training programme and have a supporting portfolio of onsite work experience with a registered gas engineer.
Candidates undertaking either the Logic4training APL programme for experienced operatives or the Domestic Gas Heating Installer programme for new entrants will meet this requirement and will undertake CCN1 and CENWAT only as part of their package once the training and onsite work experience has been completed.
Pre-course reading is strongly recommended prior to attending this course.
Clublogic revision and refresher content will be opened up prior to attending the course.
The LCL Awards Domestic Gas Safety Training Manual can be purchased via our Logic4trade online shop.