CCN1 Core Gas Safety Reassessment (ACS)

The ACS CCN1 re-assessment is for existing gas professionals who already hold the ACS Core Gas Safety (CCN1) domestic qualification and relevant gas appliances that have not expired (no longer than 12 months) or are near to expiring (within 6 months). Candidtaes can undertake re-assessment up to 6 months in advance of expiring and have the relevant time added on to the new certificate expiry date. This is to allow for candidates to avoid leaving re-assessment until the last moment and the uncertainty that may transpire.



Course Content

Course structure
Day 1: Open book mutiple choice theory assessments and PAWS (Practical Assessment Workplace Scenario) task workbook assessment.
Day 2: Practical assessment on CCN1 Core Domestic Gas Safety and all currently held domestic gas appliances being renewed.

Entry Requirements

Candidates must have already held the ACS Core Gas Safety (CCN1) qualification and any additional domestic gas appliances. Candidates whose ACS CCN1 and appliance qualifications have expired for more than twelve months are required to undertake the ACS CCN1 Initial Core Gas Safety Assessment and subsequent appliance assessments (total of 3 days)


2 Days (8.15am start each day)

Additional Information

Candidates are required to provide 2 recent passport size photographs, their National Insurance Number, current Gas Safe Register card and the last previously issued (no longer than 6 years) ACS CCN1 Certificate (including appliances)


Assessment Fee: £495 (payment to be made in full prior to assessment taking place)

Course fees are accurate at time of publication but may be subject to change.

To book or for further information, please call 0208 544 4574 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


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