Whether you are new to the industry, or renewing your qualifications, We have the right course for you!
Our comprehensive suite of ACS Domestic Gas courses, Commercial Gas, Commercial Catering Courses, and LPG courses will cover you for virtually any eventuality, and our training & assessment packages offer exceptional value.
If you are thinking about a career as a Heating Engineer, then give us a call. With an ageing workforce, there is a shortage of skilled engineers already, and the industry is facing a severe crisis in the coming years. This is an excellent time to upskill, with quality heating engineers being in high demand.
There are criteria that candidates have to meet before they can take ACS assessments. Rules for first time entrants are quite complex – please see our Approved Prior Learning programme for details
Renewing or Extending scope of work
Our re-assessment packages are flexible to meet your needs, you add or remove training days, add or remove elements as you wish – please contact us for pricing on bespoke packages.
All ACS qualifications expire after 5 years, and must be renewed before expiry to avoid being taken off the Gas Safe Register. We recommend you take them at least 6 weeks before they expire to ensure you receive your certificates before they expire.
However, you can take re-assessment up to 6 months before your ACS expires without losing any time on them, so don’t put it off until the last minute! If you have left it late, we can offer an express certification service which will mean you get your certificate within 5 working days.
If you have previously held ACS qualifications, but they have been expired for over 12 months, you will have to take initial ACS assessments rather than re-assessment. Also if you currently hold an ACS aligned NVQ certificate, you will have to take initial ACS assessments the first time you renew.
If you want to extend your scope of work from Domestic to Commercial for example, our Packages offer everything you need to move in to a new sector of the industry.