Gas Safety Awareness Courses

Gas Safety Awareness in Social Housing

This course is designed specifically for those who are working within the Social Housing sector and have a need to be aware of matters of gas safety affecting their residents. Learners may also wish to take this course in order to prepare for further training or learning or for their own personal development.

What will you learn?

  • Know the types of gas used in domestic dwellings and the requirements for correct combustion
  • Understand the effects that Carbon Monoxide can have on the human body,
  • Know how Carbon Monoxide detectors should be used to reduce the risk of Carbon Monoxide poisoning,
  • Know how to identify the signs of an appliance which has combustion/flue/ventilation problems,
  • Understand the requirements for landlords under the Gas Safety Regulations,
  • Understand the requirements placed upon gas installers to work legally in domestic properties,
  • Understand the actions necessary in the event of an escape of gas or report of fumes

What qualification will you receive?

  • LCL Awards Level 2 Award in Gas Safety Awareness in Social Housing

Entry Requirements: There are no pre-requisites for this course.

Approximate course length – 1.5 days

Gas Safety Awareness in Residential Premises

This course is designed specifically for non-technical personnel who visit residential properties containing gas appliances as part of their job role, i.e. estate agents, landlords, care workers, home helpers etc. 

The qualification aims to ensure that learners have a basic understanding and awareness of matters of gas safety within the home and in a residential setting.

What will you learn?

  • Know the types of gas used in residential premises and the requirements for correct combustion
  • Understand the effects that Carbon Monoxide can have on the human body,
  • Know how Carbon Monoxide detectors should be used to reduce the risk of Carbon Monoxide poisoning,
  • Know how to identify the signs of an appliance which has combustion/flue/ventilation problems,
  • Understand the requirements for landlords and their agents under the Gas Safety Regulations,
  • Understand the requirements placed upon gas installers to work legally in domestic properties,
  • Understand the actions necessary in the event of an escape of gas or report of fumes

What qualification will you receive?

  • LCL Awards Level 2 Award in Gas Safety Awareness in Residential Premises

Entry Requirements: There are no pre-requisites for this course.

Approximate course length – 1.5 days