Suitable for: Anyone who wishes to become a qualified gas safe engineer
Units 1-3, 5 Murray Street, Paisley, PA31QG
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On week 27 and week 28 of your training you will be assessed within our training centre and on a successful pass of your CCN1, CENWAT and CPA1 assessments you will be fully qualified to work in the Gas Industry as a central heating installer or service engineer. You will receive certificates from BPEC (British Plumbing Employers Council) and you will be eligible to apply to the Gas Safe Register to become Self Employed or if you get employed by a Gas Company they will register you on the Gas Safe Register. You have the option to include additional qualifications; however, this has financial and time implications.
CCN1 is the core gas safety certificate which all gas operatives must have working in the gas Industry. Once attained, it is renewed every 5 years.
CENWAT is the certificate which allows you to install, repair and service gas central heating boilers and water heaters. Once attained it is again renewed every 5 years.
CPA 1 Flue Gas Analysis Course is a mandatory requirement for CENWAT