This assessment is required for operatives who wish to expand their scope of work and become gas engineers. Successful completion of the assessment will allow an individual to become Gas Safe Registered, which is a requirement before working on gas.
A re-assessment of (CCN1) Domestic Gas Safety, which is required every five years, is also available at a reduced cost.
What will I study?
Training is available if required, prior to carrying out the Domestic Gas Safety Assessment (CCN1).
For the initial assessment candidates must be experienced within the Mechanical Engineering Sector, working alongside a registered gas engineer and hold a relevant qualification. For re-assessment, candidates must already be accredited with (CNN1) Domestic Gas Safety.
How will I be assessed?
Candidates will complete a series of written and practical assessments.
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