CODNCO1 Changeover from Core Domestic to Core Commercial Natural Gas Safety
The changeover course is designed for experienced gas engineers to enable to take their prior knowledge of gas and apply it to a commercial environment- getting them ready to prove their competence in the ACS assessments.
Delegates must have an existing Core Gas Safety qualification CCN1.
This assessment is aimed at those already in possession of relevant COCN1 (and any of the following: CODNCO1, ICPN1, TPCP1, ICAE1, CIGA1, CORT1, CDGA1, CBHP1/BMP1, CONGLP1, CODC1, CCP1.
For Re-assessment all candidates must be able to provide appropriate certificates.
Candidates must bring with them:
- All previous original certification
- 2 passport size photographs
- National Insurance Number
- Photographic ID e.g driving licence or Passport
Please note policy on re-sits: there is no charge to re-sit any part of your assessment should you fail. Limited to one assessment per person.
The course content includes:
- Gas safety legislation and regulations
- gas emergency action
- controls and procedures
- combustion standards
- commercial ventilation and flueing requirements
- pipework installation
- checking and setting commercial supply and meter regulators
- checking and setting commercial appliance pressures
- appliance safety devices and controls and re-establishing supplies.
|Start date||Duration ||Status||Location ||Action
|3-4-17||10 days ||1 place left||North Tyneside ||Add to Basket
- CODNCO1 Changeover from Core Domestic to Core Commercial Natural Gas Safety
Name: William (Bill) Walton
Position: Trainer, Assessor
Experience: Bill has worked in the gas industry for over 37 years having started with Northern Gas in 1977. Qualified in both domestic and commercial gas, Bill has worked in the North East for Truscott Engineering, Initial Property Maintenance, North Tyneside Council and most recently Kier.
With experience in taking gas apprentices under his wing and being one of the most experienced ‘go to’ men in the gas team, the natural progression for Bill was to start teaching it and his effortless and instinctive training ability meant he was the obvious choice for the team.
Bill enjoys meeting new people, sharing his knowledge and experience in a fun and humorous way, with plenty of real life examples. He has served with the TA, is interested in all things military and enjoys socialising with family and friends.
Bill is also the First Aider and Fire Marshall for the training centre in Killingworth, Newcastle Upon Tyne.