Our ACS Renewal is for those Category 1 candidates who are experienced gas fitters with existing gas knowledge and skills. These are operatives looking to renew certificates which have expired (less than 12 months) or are due to expire. Additionally, Category 1 candidates are also those of you looking to add appliances and expand your scope of work.

If you feel it necessary, you undertake our refresher and update training prior to your assessment, otherwise, you can choose our assessment only package.

Call us today for more information and to book onto our ACS Renewal Course.

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ACS Renewal Assessment

For your ACS Renewal exam, you will undertake written and practical assessments against the Domestic Suite of ACS Gas qualifications that include:

  • CCN1 Core Gas Safety
  • CENWAT Central Heating and Water Heater
  • CKR1 Gas Cookers
  • HTR1 Gas Fires
  • CPA1 Flue Gas Analyser

For more information, call today to request a full course syllabus at 0800 802 1306.

Assessment Information

  • Course Duration: 8 – 40 hours plus depending on requirements
  • Qualifications: ACS Gas Qualifications listed above
  • Accredited by:  Logic Certification

If you are a brand new entrant to the Plumbing and Gas Industry you will need to undertake an approved managed gas training programmes such as the Options Skills ACS Gas Training Course before you can be assessed for ACS Qualifications via Initial ACS Assessment.

ACS Renewal

* – if you have previously held ACS Gas Qualifications and were gas safe, you will need to go through a renewal process. In the situation that your qualifications expired more than 12-months ago, you will need to undertake Initial ACS Assessment. You will not be able to undertake re-assessment.

Before acceptance onto an ACS Renewal Course, the following documentation must be provided:

  • Evidence of existing or previous gas qualifications and/ or most recent gas safe card
  • National Insurance number
  • 2 recent colour photographs

ACS gas training qualifications must be renewed every 5-years. This ensures that all practising gas safe engineers are always aware of current legislation and best practice within the industry. There are no exceptions to this rule regardless of the number of years’ experience that a person has gained.