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Gas Training

Supporting new entrants: 

Domestic Gas Diploma
A diploma is the fastest way to become a qualified domestic gas engineer with competence and confidence. Gas diplomas delivered at SERT are industry recognised and comply with IGEM/G/1 Edition 2, reflecting the new standards that came into force in September 2022.

The domestic diploma is typically delivered over 6-months, with a combination of theoretical and practical instruction at SERT Training and working in the field under qualified supervision completing a portfolio of evidence. 

SERT’s experienced trainers and assessors will ensure strong foundational knowledge and simulate real-life scenarios in the training environment so there are no surprises in the field.  Candidates will need to be working for or have access to a company to help build and complete the portfolio.   SERT has designed the course delivery to be flexible, which will suit a range of business needs.

After building their portfolio and achieving the gas diploma, candidates will be eligible to take their ACS assessment, which is typically CCN1 and CENWAT.  Cookers (CKR1) and fires (HTR1) can be included, but many choose to add these elements at a later date.  

   

Book your Domestic Gas Diploma HERE

ACS Assessments 

ACS Initial
First time candidates need evidence of a gas diploma or equivilant. The initial ACS assessment is also for people extending their scope by adding elements to their portfolio.  From April 2022, candidates can only extend their scope with additional appliances if they have held the core for 1 year and have been Gas Safe registered for a minimum 6 months​.

Candidates whose qualifications have lapsed for more than 6-months will also have to take the initial assessment.

ACS Reassessments and Refresher Training
Gas qualifications need to be renewed every 5-years.  ACS reassessment is shorter than the initial assessments and ensures your qualifications remain valid so you can keep working​. 

SERT ACS renewals consist of one day refresher training, one day practical assessment and one day theoretical assessment. SERT can deliver the  initial courses for elements listed below and will provide a free refresh in all elements within our standard ACS renewals. 

Book your ACS assesment HERE

Elements that can be bolted on to CCN1​

  • ​CENWAT – central heating boilers and water heaters​
  • CKR1 – gas cookers​
  • HTR1 – gas fires​
  • CMDDA1 – investigation of the activation of CO alarms​
  • MET1 – exchange, installation and removal of gas meters​
  • MET4 – exchange, installation and removal of gas meters up to 40 cubic metres per hour​
  • REGT1 – exchange and commission medium pressure regulators​
  • PEB1 – protective equipotential bonding

Elements that can be bolted on to a CMA1​ course

  • MET1 – exchange, installation and removal of gas meters​
  • MET4 – exchange, installation and removal of gas meters up to 40 cubic metres per hour​
  • REGT1 – exchange and commission medium pressure regulators​
  • PEB1 – protective equipotential bonding
Book your ACS assesment HERE

CMA1 to CCN1 conversion 
Many Smart meter installers are looking for career progression and our conversion route is an excellent way to increase their skills base.​

Candidates will need to work for/have access to a company to provide experience to build a portfolio of evidence. They will attend SERT’s training centre for both theory and practical instruction from experienced engineers. Upon completion of the portfolio, candidates will be eligible to take the CCN1 and CENWAT assessment.  You can either complete cookers (CKR1) and heaters (HTR1) within this course or you can add these elements later.​

The whole programme takes around 14-weeks (depending on the outcome of your technical interview), which allows ample time to gain experience in the field with a Gas Safe registered engineer and recognises your prior learning from attaining your CMA qualification.

Book your ACS assesment HERE

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