Change of Career?
Want to become Gas Safe Registered?
Are you a plumber wishing to extend your scope of work?
The most important part of reaching the status of a fully-qualified gas engineer is being able to do the work safely, competently and legally.
Our Gas Diploma courses are not a “fast track” solution. We believe that doesn’t help the engineer when he/she is faced with a situation. Instead we will give you a managed learning programme based on your current skill level which is why we tailor the course to suit your individual needs.
Candidates will also be required to gain On Site Gas Experience, details of this gas work experience will be recorded by the candidate in a portfolio.
We pride ourselves on the basis that our Diploma course for both plumbers and new entrants have unlimited access to classroom learning at no extra cost to the engineer. Throughout the length of the course you will have access to practical and theory training and full support from us for the duration of the course and beyond.
We are also aware that every individual Gas Engineer has different requirements, we would ask that you contact us with your personal requirements in order for us to tailor a package to suit individual.
If you are unsure whether this applies to you or have any further questions, please contact us. We’ll be happy to explain it to you in more detail and if necessary find an alternative course that is better suited to your needs.
Becoming qualified in gas can be one of the biggest steps you will ever take in your career. We aim to make the process as simple as possible, even though the entry requirements for the course may seem complex, if you are unsure give us a call and arrange a meeting.
We aim to provide you with the best value when you choose to study with us. Your course costs will vary depending on the qualification you choose to study but all our prices are clear. We are also clear about any examination fees and registration fees that must be paid, so there are no unexpected surprises.
We also offer payment plans for the gas diploma courses (subject to a minimum deposit) so you can enrol and spread the cost throughout the course duration. No credit checks required!
Our Gas Diploma
You can undertake the gas diploma for domestic or commercial. The programme also includes your ACS assessments.
If you are on the Domestic Gas diploma ACS CCN1 (Core Gas Safety) CKR1 (Cookers) HTR1 (Fires) CENWAT1 (Central/Water Heaters) will be included.
If you are on the commercial Gas diploma ACS COCN1 (Core Gas Safety) CORT1 (Overhead radient tube heaters) CDGA1 (Direct fired commercial appliances) CIGA1 (Indirect fired commercial appliances) TPCP1 (Strength, tightness testing & purging pipework up to 16 bars) & ICPN1 (Commercial pipework in excess of 35mm) will be included.
Once you have your qualifications there is nothing stopping you extending your scope of work. Ie, If you are a domestic engineer and wish to upskill to commercial you may do so with relevant training and assessment (No portfolio build will be required) For more infomation about up skilling scope of work once qualified SEE ACS GUIDENCE TO ASSESSMENT HERE
For more details call 01159425566
Duration of course
There is no maximum days so dependant on what courses are running and their relevance there is nothing to stop you attending should you want to.
Why choose us?
Although our gas diploma are not the cheapest or the quickest it is worth noting the difference between us and them (Other centres)
- You are entitled to unlimited training on the Gas Diploma!
- There are no unexpected fees.
- We do not train you just specifically to pass the assessments
- The course is tailored to suit you and your requirements
- The course is available on 0% finance (With no credit checks necessary)
- We do not re charge for re takes on the Gas Diploma (See Gas diploma terms and conditions for more details)
- We provide you with support prior, during and POST your assessments
*It is mandatory that you have a GAS SAFE REGISTERED ENGINEER TO WORK ALONGSIDE PRIOR TO ENROLLING ON THE COURSE
For further guidance on CAT2/CAT3 CLICK HERE