This gas safety assessment is designed to test the gas safety competence of an operative in changing from domestic gas work to becoming an emergency service provider. Bespoke training is provided for businesses large and small. Gastec holds tailor-made courses on demand to suit your business model, we know time is a resource and we endeavour to work around your timeframe for gas training and assessment. For bespoke training requirements call our expert team today to discuss your training requirements.
Changeover Domestic to Emergency Service Provider (CCN1 to CESP1)
This is a 1 and half-day course which is inclusive of 1-day of training and half a day of ACS assessment.
CCN1 or QCF
CCN1 + CoDNESP1.
CATEGORY 1 APPLICANTS
Experienced gas fitting operatives seeking certificate renewal and/or assessment and certification to extend their work range.
CATEGORY 2 APPLICANTS
Individuals with relevant gas experience, and other individuals with relevant qualifications and experience in similar job disciplines, for example:
plumbers and installers of piped gas other than LPG or Natural Gas engineers from the domestic oil industry, electrical appliance service engineers and marine engineers/fitters
heating and ventilation engineers and refrigeration engineers/fitters
Individuals from outside the United Kingdom who have relevant qualifications and experience
CATEGORY 3 APPLICANTS
Individuals without previous experience are entering the industry for the first time.
ON SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION
Upon receipt and verification of the Application for Certification and Assessment documents, UK Certification will be the body to award the certification issued for your personal use.
This course is designed for anyone seeking Initial Assessment or Re-Assessment. This is a conversion gas course to allow you to work as an emergency service provider or meter installer. Gas engineers who intend to carry out work for gas emergency service providers or their contractors in dealing with gas emergencies downstream of the emergency control valve will want this qualification. (Cadent, National Grid or Scottish Gas Networks)
These consist of open-book written assessments. The Open Book assessments permit the use of approved reference material such as the Gastec training manuals to obtain answers.
All written assessments contain either multiple-choice questions or true/false statements.
- Emergency Actions
- Ventilation on commercial heating, catering and laundry
- Gas pipework
- Re-establishing appliance gas supplies
- Installation of pipework and associated fittings
- The Operation of and Positioning of Emergency Isolation Controls and Valves
Gastec provides training in all areas of work that build up competency within the CODENSP1 qualification.
- Installation of pipework and fittings
- Unsafe situations
- The use of emergency notices and warning labels
- Operation and positioning of emergency isolation controls and valves (in ND premises)
- Ventilation/chimney standards
- Re-establish existing gas supply and relight appliances