Assessments for individual LPG gas appliances, for anyone wishing to 'add on' to their existing LPG qualifications.
Upon successful completion of the assessment candidates will be able to undertake work on the LPG installations, to which the appropriate assessments successfully undertaken apply.
Any existing GAS SAFE registered gas operatives who intend to work on LPG installations.
Candidates will need to have either successfully completed the Domestic Natural Gas Core Assessment (CCN1) or Commerical/Industrical Core Assessment (CCCN1), or be able to provide sufficient evidence that they have passed this assessment at another college or assessment centre.
It is also a requirement that candidates MUST undertake training before carrying out any add-on assessment, if they have not held the qualification previously, as per Guidance Note 8. This training (per appliance) is provided prior to assessment.
Add-ons available for LPG are;
Half a day training per 'add-on' is provided (if qualificiation not previously held).
Half a day should be sufficient for each assessment undertaken.
Training provided for those not previously holding the qualification is practical workshop and theory.
If the qualification has been previously held (re-assessment) then assessment only is given.
For anyone new to the gas industry or who feel that they require further training, then the Managed Learning Programme Gas course for new entrants or our Fast-track Gas Course should be considered.
Practical assessment and multiple-choice question papers.
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.
It is an open book assessment and it is therefore highly recommended that candidates undertaking it have an up-to-date gas publication.
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