Energy Training Hub, a one-stop shop for all your gas training needs. Whether starting a career or looking to update individual or employees’ skills, you can choose from a wide range of recognised courses at three excellent UK centres.
Here we will help you gain the necessary skills, experience and qualifications to join the ‘gas safe’ register and do your job in domestic or commercial gas. We are a registered NICEIC centre offering all aspects of Gas Safe Registration. This includes domestic, commercial and LPG appliances.
For qualified gas engineers, we offer courses to supplement your current skills, including heat pump systems and power flushing. To get properly trained to work on oil-fired equipment, OFTEC training is available at our centres.
Also, following the launch of Green Deal, our range of courses now includes solar panel installation and rainwater harvesting.
Those in the plumbing field, existing plumbers and heating engineers are offered courses that include Energy Efficiency, Water Regulations, Legionella Disinfection and Unvented Hot Water.
The Energy Training Hub stands out as one of the best private Gas training centres in the UK, delivering quality courses and assessment at the highest level to address the ever-widening skills gap in the gas industry. Courses are run regularly throughout the year and at times to fit around you and your work.
Domestic Gas Foundation Course
20 days block course (Stage 1 = 10 days, Stage 2 = 10 days
This training course has been designed to teach candidates the practical skills, knowledge and understanding to work safely in the installation, commissioning and servicing of domestic gas appliances and pipework.
Natural Gas – Domestic
Candidates must successfully complete the Domestic Core Gas Safety (ACS) qualification (CCN1), in order to undertake work with natural gas in a domestic environment and prior to any additional assessment natural gas fuelled installations and appliances.
Natural Gas – Non Domestic
Candidates must successfully complete the Non-Domestic Core Gas Safety (ACS) qualification COCN1 or CODNCO1 (Changeover) in order to undertake work with natural gas in a domestic environment and prior to any additional assessment natural gas fuelled installations and appliances.
Commercial Catering Training and Assessment
Candidates must successfully complete the Commercial Catering Core Gas Safety CCCN1 or CoDC1 (Changeover) in order to undertake work with natural gas in a commercial catering environment and prior to any additional assessment on commercial gas catering installations and appliances.
CoNGLP1 is a “fuel changeover” assessment that allows gas engineers who currently hold CCN1 (Natural Gas) qualification to work on Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) installations. The assessment only covers the fuel characteristics that are different between LPG and Natural Gas.
This assessment takes the form of both written and practical exams covering the following:
Training & Assessment for gas engineers wishing to gain qualification to work with LPG domestic installations and appliances.
Domestic Heating Systems - S+Y Plans
2 day course
The course is ideally suited for Plumbers and Heating Engineers who would like to improve their knowledge of electrical wiring and fault finding on domestic heating systems. It is aimed at engineers who wish to enhance their skills and knowledge required to maintain and repair
central heating systems.
Energy Efficiency 6049 Level 3
1 day course
This qualification is designed for people who offer energy advice to customers. You might be an energy or environmental engineer or technician wanting to advance your career in energy efficiency.
Unvented Hot Water Systems 3345 Level 3
1 day course
This level is suitable if you are working in industry and are making complex decisions on a daily basis in line with your work requirements.
1 day course
This course is suitable for those already employed within these industries and who wish to update their knowledge of the Water Regulations in line with UK Building Regulations for CPD purposes.
*Course durations may differ slightly based on the experience and prior qualifications of candidates.