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LPG Training

With thousands of people moving from towns and cities to the English countryside each year and around 1.7 million UK homes being situated in non-mains gas areas, the LPG market is worth serious consideration by gas engineers.

Get Training boasts a fully equipped assessment centre with modern and up to date appliances, giving candidates the very best environment to undertake their LPG assessments.

  • CONGLP1: Changeover domestic natural gas to LPG for those holding a current CCN1 Certificate
  • CCLP1 PD: Installation, servicing and repair of domestic appliances in permanent dwellings

LPG Categories:

Categories include training and assessment for the listed types. These include installation, service, repair and commission on each of the following:

  • CCLP1 LAV: Leisure Accommodation Vehicles
  • CCLP1 RPH: Residential Park Homes
  • HTRLP2: Closed Flue Gas Fires
  • WAHLP 1: Boats

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Benefits

Operatives can gain further business from the ever-increasing LPG market and offer additional services.

LPG is a lucrative add-on to the ACS Core Domestic Gas Safety CCN1.

Does It Apply To Me?

This is an ACS Accreditation changeover to domestic natural gas. It is suitable for operatives who have already completed the CCN1 Core Domestic Gas Safety course.

What Now?

To book a place on the above course, or for information on other Get Training courses complete our enquiry form or call us on 0844 414 1330 today.

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