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CCN1 Training and Assessment

The course can be undertaken by existing gas operatives who hold ACS competency in CCN1 and wish to renew their competency.

What do I learn?
You practise general knowledge/skill of the Gas Safety Regulations procedures and British Standards which must be applied when carrying out work on gas installations. You cover the following topics:
• installation of pipework and fittings
• emergency procedures
• unsafe situations
• flueing standards and testing
• tightness testing
• re-establishing gas supplies
• operation and checking of safety devices and controls
• ventilation
• checking and setting appliance burner pressures and gas rates

This course is delivered over three days with one day dedicated to training both theoretically and practically both in the classroom and in the workshop by a skilled trainer and the following two days dedicated to the assessment process with two theory multiple choice assessment papers and practical assessment.
What do I gain?
This refresher course helps you to meet knowledge objectives requirements and competently carry out all practical tasks to successfully gain CCN1 accreditation.
What do I need?
You need to hold ACS competency in CCN1 with less than 6 months before renewal is due.
What do I gain?
You gain a full understanding of British standards for gas safety installations as well as the regulations and procedures relating to the standards. This enables you to gain CCN1 Accreditation and subsequently allow you to apply for Gas Safe registration (upon successful completion of the course).
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