To prepare gas engineers for ACS assessment and whilst training is not a prerequisite for ACS assessment, many engineers feel that a short period of training will update their knowledge and understanding and better prepare them for their assessment. Suitable for anyone interested in domestic gas.
To take into account
Successful completion of the core assessment (CCN1) is a requirement before any appliance assessments can be undertaken.
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Domestic Gas Training
The core competency training programme covers all the relevant criteria and by the end of their training period, engineers will have covered safety and legislation, emergency actions and procedures, combustion, ventilation, pipework and fittings, tightness testing, meter regulators, unsafe situations, emergency controls, burner pressures and gas rates, safety devices and controls, flueing standards and flue testing and establishing gas supplies and relighting appliances.
Appliance training addresses the requirements to install, exchange, disconnect, service, repair and breakdown and commission a range of domestic appliances. Training programmes to suit a particular candidate's needs can easily be arranged.
A variety of training aids and training methods are available to assist in the engineer's understanding of the theory elements of the training programme.
Practical sessions are included to develop and enhance an engineer's 'hands on' practical skills.