ACS Gas Accreditation
The ACS scheme offers a choice of careers for operatives wishing to move into the lucrative gas sector. There are a range of options available to entrants looking to develop a career in the domestic, commercial, catering and LPG sectors.
Following successful completion of the Core Domestic Gas Safety – CCN1 course there are a wide selection of courses to help the technician widen the work areas within which they may work.
Typical application areas include the following.
- Specialist technician e.g domestic central heating or meters
- Domestic appliances
- Commercial gas
- Commerical gas appliances
- Commercial catering
- Liquified petroleum gas
Choose from a range of careers
These would lead to a wider range of career and business development opportunities
- Domestic sector
- Central heating engineer
- Service engineer
- Breakdown engineer
- Meter installer
- Commercial Sector
- Commercial service engineer
- Commissioning engineer
- Commercial catering engineer
- LPG Breakdown/controls engineer
At Gastec we can help you realise your career goals with a tailored approach to your training requirements. We don’t believe there is one size that fits all so contact us to discuss in more detail your specific needs. At Gastec we pride ourselves on advising our customers on the most effective way to get the training and accreditation they need.
Domestic Meter Installation
To work in domestic meter installation we recommend the CCN1 Core Gas Safety course followed by the Core Safety for Meter Installers course
Workshop activities on live appliances required.
Domestic Services Engineer
Commercial Services Engineer
To work on commercial installations we would normally recommend completing the domestic route and then take one of our cross training/ conversion courses to gain certification in commercial work.
We offer cross training courses in gas safety for commercial and commercial catering work. This can be followed with addition assessments for commercial and catering appliances.
Liquified Petroleum Gas Operative
To work on LPG installations we would normally recommend completing the domestic route and then take a cross training/ conversion courses to gain certification in LPG work.