We offer the following options:

Initial CCN1 (Core Gas Safety) only
Initial CCN1 plus 1 appliance
Initial CCN1 plus 2-4 appliances
Contact us now to discuss your ACS assessment requirements with a member of the Access Training team.

Is this the right option for you?

To pass your ACS assessment, you will need a thorough understanding of gas engineering and the associated principles. If you are a novice looking to take the first step towards a new career in gas work, we recommend that you enrol onto one of Access Training’s entry-level gas training courses instead.

Assessment duration

The duration of your ACS gas assessment will depend on which of the following packages you choose:
CCN1: Core Gas Safety – 5 days maximum
CENWAT1: Central Heating Boilers – 1 day maximum
CKR1: Domestic Cookers – 1 day maximum
HTR1: Gas Fires and Wall Heaters – 1 day maximum
MET1: Meters – 1 day maximum

Reassessment

Once you have gained your ACS qualifications, you will need to renew them periodically to retain your Gas Safe status and stay up to date with the latest regulations.

To renew your qualifications, you will need to attend an ACS reassessment, which is another service that we provide here at Access Training Academies. Click here to learn more about our reassessment packages, or contact us today to book your initial ACS assessment.