This is the first introduction to Gas Fitter training. It will
introduce a learner to the basics of gas safety and allow the learner to
work alongside a registered installer feeling they can be of benefit
and have an understanding of what is being done and why.
Any aspiring gas fitter who wishes to gain ACS qualifications but who currently has no experience in the gas industry.
There are no pre-requisites for entry onto this course, although a
basic understanding of plumbing principles may well be of an advantage.
Initial Training = 5 days @ £625 Inc. VAT.
On successful completion a fitter will be able to work alongside a
registered gas fitter to gain experience whilst at the same time build
up the necessary portfolio of evidence which is needed prior to
returning for of the training.
All necessary handouts and publications are provided.
Candidates are requested to bring overalls and safety footwear.
This is the second part of the initial training to become qualified
as a registered gas installer. In this section we will recap the content
of the first part and go into more detail about it and additional
elements. It will culminate in you taking the necessary assessments to
gain CCN1 and MET1 status. These qualifications will allow you to apply
for registration with the Gas Safe register and undertake pipework and
meter exchange activities. At the end of this course, on successful
completion, you may wish to consider taking add-on training to allow you
to work on specific appliances such as , , and .
Any aspiring gas fitter who has already undertaken Part 1 of the ACS
training and developed a portfolio of evidence outlining the gas
installation experience they have gathered.
This training and assessment can only be undertaken by learners who have taken Part 1 and developed the necessary portfolio.
Training & Assessment = 9 days @ £1220 Inc. VAT.
On successful completion a fitter will be able to apply to register
as a member of the Gas Safe register and take qualifications in the
appliances they choose from our .