gas meters
MET1 - Domestic Gas Meters (ACS Gas)
FEE
£100 (Assessment) £80 (Re-Assessment)
DURATION
3 hours
PC Code
PC08136

The MET1 Gas Meter Safety Assessment is designed to test gas safety competence if an installer’s domestic gas meter work includes:

  • Installing from new
  • Exchanging from existing
  • Permanently removing and commissioning/decommissioning.

A re-assessment for (MET1) Domestic Gas Meters, which is required every five years, is also available at a reduced cost.

What will I learn?

Training is available at an extra cost and covers : Gas Safety Legislation, Installation of pipework and fittings, Test for tightness, Checking and/or setting meter regulations, Identification of unsafe situations, The Operation and positioning of emergency controls, Emergency notices and warning labels, The operation and checking of gas safety devices and controls, Flue testing, Installation of open, balanced and fan assisted flue assemblies, Gas Emergency Actions and Procedures, Characteristics of combustion, Ventilation and Re-establish existing gas supply and re-light appliances.

How will I be taught?

You will be taught by experienced our industry experienced staff. Gas programmes can be delivered throughout the year and you are advised to get in touch to discuss how your individual assessment and training package can be put together.

How will I be assessed?

Candidates will complete a series of written and practical assessments.

What can I do next?

Candidates may consider looking to add appliances such as (CKR1) Cookers, (CENWAT) Heating Boilers or (HTR1) Fire and Wall Heaters.

Entry Requirements

To undertake this course you will need to hold a current CCN1 certificate. If you are undertaking any of the course elements for the first time you would complete such assessments as initial assessments. If you are renewing your elements then you would undertake them as re-assessments as long as your previous elements have not lapsed by more than 12 months, in which case the you would need to complete an initial assessment.

If the start date for your course has already passed we may still be able to accommodate you.

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