A qualification designed for those who undertake gas audit work in any sector, including social housing, so that they can assess an organisation’s management of risk. It gives a detailed understanding of the role of a Gas Auditor and best practice procedures, as required by Gas Managers.
One-day guided learning event taken by experienced CORGI tutors, followed by self-study modules and assessment based distance learning which is supported by the CORGI Tutors.
“I found the course very interesting and thought provoking, it provided the opportunity to develop a concise and methodical approach to the audit process. The course certainly changed the method with which I designed an audit schedule. A very worthwhile course to complete.” Gary Last, Gas Operational Manager, Roalco Limited.
Covers key areas of gas audit processes:-
- Gas Industry Legislation
- Assessing Quality Control Level
- Planning Gas Audit Processes
- Assessing Gas Work
- Effective Communications
Learner pre-requisites: It is expected that the learner has achieved at least five years of gas experience and holds current gas qualifications. Learners must have the minimum levels of literacy and numeracy to comply with health & safety aspects of the scheme, the completion of the learning outcomes and any assessment requirements.
What is this qualification?
Those working within the gas industry have a great responsibility to ensure that individuals are not affected by the work activities undertaken by any company or organisation. One of the main aspects of ensuring these properties are safe is by confirming that gas appliances have been installed and serviced correctly by employing Quality Control Auditing processes. There is also a need for the Social Housing Landlord to ensure they comply with legislation, in particular the Gas Safety (Installation & Use) Regulations 1998 and the Health and Safety at Work Act.
Experience has shown CORGI that the vast majority of the people responsible for the auditing of gas work undertaken within these properties do not have a formal auditing qualification upon which they can rely.
Who is this qualification for?
This qualification is designed for those who undertake gas audit work in any sector, including social housing, so that they can carry out the assessments required to evaluate an organisation’s management of risk. The qualification gives an understanding of the role of a Gas Auditor and the best practice procedures in gas auditing activities, such as identifying unsafe situations and the importance of detailed technical reports.
Where does this qualification lead?
Level 3 Certificate in Gas Auditing Processes will lead onto the
- CORGI Level 4 VRQ Certificate in Gas Safety Management in Social Housing
- CORGI Level 4 VRQ Certificate in Gas Safety Management in Facilities Management
Course start dates:
- All courses are currently being delivered online
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