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 ACS Commercial Catering Gas Safety Assessments - Overview

To carry out commercial catering gas work an operative must first hold the appropriate certificates of competence. Below are listed are the assessments available and what they involve. Before assessment on any of the appliances or pipework a candidate must first hold the Core Commercial Certificate of competence (CCCN1) which can be achieved either by taking the full core assessment or for those that hold core domestic gas safety by completing a changeover assessment (CODC1).

Most candidates opt to attend optional revision sessions prior to taking any of the following assessments. Whilst all of the following assessments can be taken without revision, we find that in a rapidly changing industry revision classes are an essential pre-requisite for all but the most up-to-date engineer.

Before taking an individual appliance assessment a candidate must first hold either ACS Core Commercial Catering Gas Safety  - CCCN1 or have successfully completed ACS Changeover from Domestic Core Gas Safety to Commercial Catering - CoDC1


Our courses cover all aspects of each assessment and are competitively priced.