This two day course consists of one day training with manual, and then one day of practical and theory assessments. The scope of assessment covers Type A, B & C domestic appliances fitted in dwellings and follows the guidance and procedures outlined in BS7967 Parts 1 to 4. It does not cover commercial premises and appliances, or the procedures to adopt following an incident reportable under RIDDOR. Where an engineer is required to carry out a formal CO incident investigation on behalf of a gas supplier as part of their obligation under gas safety legislation, the engineer would need to have successfully achieved a relevant qualification in the investigation of CO poisoning and carry out the investigation in accordance with the IGEM Industry Standard (IGEM/GL/8).
As will all ACS qualifications, it is valid for 5 years. Candidates must hold a current CCN1/CCLP1, current CPA1 and relevant appliance qualifications.
A certification fee of £80 is applicable to this qualification