LPG Training

Core LPG Gas Safety (CCLP1)

Introduction

A pre-requisite assessment for all other LPG appliance assessments and covers all aspects of gas safety and legislation.

PLEASE NOTE: This is the same qualification required for anyone 're-assessing' their existing LPG CCLP1 qualification.

Anyone who has a core gas safety qualification in Natural Gas (i.e. CCN1, CCCN1, or ) are able to undertake a changeover qualification - CONGLP1.

Course objectives/key benefits

Upon successful completion of the assessment candidates will be able to undertake work on domestic LPG installations, and on appliances, depending upon the appropriate assessments being successfully undertaken.

Who is the course aimed at?

Anyone who intends to work on domestic LPG installations.

Entry requirements/pre-requisites

Candidates will need to have either successfully completed the QCF Gas Diploma course or Fast Track Gas course, or be able to provide sufficient evidence that they have the required skills and knowledge enabling them to undertake this assessment (i.e. be experienced to Category 1).

Please contact our office on 01579 348544 or e-mail info@swaat.co.uk for further details.

Course content

Assessment of candidate's knowledge, understanding and skills relating to the work they wish to undertake on domestic LPG installations/appliances.

Packages including add-ons are available. Add-ons for domestic LPG installations/appliances available are;

Course duration

One week should be sufficient to complete this assessment.

However this is dependant on the number of add-ons undertaken.

Training Method

This is not a training course (assessment only).

Anyone requiring training needs to consider undertaking the QCF Gas Diploma course or the Fast Track Gas course as required.

Assessment

Practical assessment and multiple-choice question papers.

Course Outcome/Qualification

Candidates who successfully complete the assessment(s) will be certificated under the ACS scheme for the appropriate installations/appliances for which they have been assessed, and will then be able to apply for Gas Safe Registration.

Materials Required

It is an open book assessment and it is therefore highly recommended that candidates undertaking it have a relevant up-to-date gas publication.

Prices

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