Managed Learning Programme

If you are looking to become a Gas Engineer then this Managed Learning Programme is the right course for you.

Whether you are a new entrant or an experienced plumber, this course will suit you. We will carry out an interview with you to find out more about your experience and training requirements before enrolling you onto the course.

How does the course work?

You will need to attend our centre one day a week for theory and practical training in our purpose built centre. The classes will start Monday 29th November and attendance will be every Monday for 40 weeks.

There is also an on site gas portfolio to complete which is provided by BPEC. You will need to complete this by working with a qualified and registered gas engineer. You are required to do 420 hours on site.

Finally you will receive ACS intial training and assessment for units CCN1 & CENWAT. We are unable to provide a work placement for your site work so you will need to have a gas safe registered engineer to work with.

What does the gas portfolio entail?

In order to complete your gas work portfolio you will need to complete a 420 hours on gas installation, servicing and commission. You will need to be accompanied by a qualified gas engineer who will guide you through the different processes of gas rating the appliances, servicing the appliances, using a flue gas analyser. You will then be expected to record what you did and the results you found into your gas portfolio.

At the end of this course you will receive a Gas Foundation Certificate which will allow you to sit your ACS initial assessment CCN1 and CENWAT which will enable you to apply to gas safe to become a registered gas engineer.

What does the course include?

Legislation and Gas Safety
Combustion and its Control
Pressure, Flow, Tightness
Testing and Purging
Domestic Pipework Installation
Electrical Systems, Controls and Components
Heating Design, Heat Loss and Comfort Conditions
Installation and Servicing of Domestic Central Heating and Hot Water Appliances
Principles and Procedures of Fault Diagnosis

What happens once the course is completed?

Once your in-house gas training is complete and your portfolio is finished and signed off by our internal quality assurance team we will claim your Gas Foundation Certificate from BPEC.

Once you receive your Gas Foundation Certificate, you will then be able to complete your ACS training and ACS assessment for CCN1 and CENWAT. You will then be a qualified gas engineer who can apply to join the gas safe register, and after 6 months you will be able to add units to this qualification by doing further training and assessments.

How much is the Course?

The price for this course is £5,000 plus VAT. We offer interest free payments: £1000 deposit followed by 11 monthly payments of £454.55

The balance of the course must be paid in full before we can issue your certificate and if you fail to complete the 10 monthly payments no refunds will be given for the payments already made.

Start Date

This course starts on February 2024 and your attendance will be required one day a week on a Monday.

How to get enrolled?

If you wish to enrol or would like more information contact us using the form below.