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Domestic Gas HTR1 assessment only

Domestic Gas HTR1 is for gas operatives who hold ACS competency in CCN1, require no training, and wish to add or renew their competency in HTR1 (cookers).

It can also be taken by plumbing operatives qualified to at least NVQ Level 2 who have gathered a portfolio of on-site gas training, have adequate theory training, are gaining competency for the first time in CCN1 ,and also want to add HTR1 to their qualifications.

What do I learn?
On this course you are assessed on your general knowledge/skill of the Gas Safety Regulations procedures and British Standards, which must be applied when carrying out work on gas installations.

The training gives you the understanding and skills relating to the installation, exchange disconnection, service and repair of domestic gas fires and wall heaters.

If you are taking this qualification for the first time, a multiple choice theory exam together with a practical assessment will be undertaken. If you are renewing, you will only carry out the practical assessment.

You are assessed on the following areas of domestic gas fiores and wall heaters:
• installation
• commissioning
• servicing
• maintenance
• repair
• fault finding
What do I need?
You need to hold ACS competency in CCN1 with less than 6 months before renewal is due, or an NVQ plumbing qualification or equivalent, together with an on-site gas training portfolio and adequate theory training.

If re-assessing you must provide evidence - before the assessment - in the form of past certificate in the following:
• CCN1 Core Domestic Gas Safety certificate and/or HTR1
What do I gain?
On successful completion you will gain HTR1 Accreditation, which allows you to work on domestic gas fires and wall heaters if you are Gas Safe registered.
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