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How To Become a Gas Installer

Whether you’re a trades professional, with direct experience in the gas sector or related industries, or you're a complete newcomer, Logic4training can help you become a gas installer, here’s how: We offer two routes to becoming a Domestic Gas Heating Installer:

DGHI – New Entrants - Click Here

The Domestic Gas Heating Installer (DGHI) – New Entrants route takes place over seven weeks and covers all the required areas to becoming a Domestic Gas Heating Installer. The New Entrants Route is designed for candidates with no previous experience. DGHI New Entrants will receive industry recognised certificates for each element of their training, culminating in Core Gas Safety ACS assessment, including:

  • Hot Water Systems & Safety
  • Water Regulations (WRAS)
  • Energy Efficiency for Domestic Heating
  • Domestic Heating & Hot Water Design
  • Manual Handling, Asbestos and Legionella Awareness

DGHI – Experienced Trades Route - Click Here

The DGHI – Experienced Trades route takes place over three weeks and is designed for candidates with at least two years’ experience in a related trade (plumber, kitchen fitter or similar). This programme solely focuses on Core Gas Safety ACS training and assessment. See our Domestic Gas Heating Installer chart for all the areas of knowledge and practical skills covered in each route.


Book a FREE open day at our Northolt centre

Logic4training’s staff will assess your experience and competencies so you choose the right path to becoming a Domestic Gas Heating Installer. You do not have to book at this point; take the information away and decide in your own time whether becoming a Domestic Gas Heating Installer with Logic4training is right for you. For DGHI New Entrants, we host Open Days where you can find out more about the course content and structure. Fill out the form below to register for one of our free open days.


Becoming Gas Safe Registered

Whether a New Entrant or Experienced Trades’ person, at the end of your Domestic Gas Heating Installer programme you will need to complete ACS training and assessment; a pre-requisite of becoming Gas Safe Registered. As part of this, trainees are required to build an on-site portfolio under the supervision of a Registered Gas Engineer – we can help with this aspect too. Our Initial Domestic ACS package includes the following:

  • Core Gas Safety (CCN1)
  • Boilers (CENWAT), including Combustion Performance Analysis
  • Other appliances can be added as required

On successful completion of the ACS assessment you will be ready to apply to join the Gas Safe Register.

To start on the first step to becoming a Domestic Gas Heating Installer, call our customer service team on 03458457222 who will be able to advise and book you on to the appropriate open day or introduction session which are Free of Charge. For more information download our pdf leaflet and course breakdown chart.



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