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Evening all

Could someone tell me please if there is a deadline between passing the acs and getting registered on gas safe?

I passed my acsin June and just want to make sure I'm not running out of time to register

Thanks in advance
 

ShaunCorbs

Staff member
S. Mod
Plumber
Gas Engineer
Within a month is fine wouldn’t leave it much longer but you should be fine either way
 
B

Burger

Evening all

Could someone tell me please if there is a deadline between passing the acs and getting registered on gas safe?

I passed my acsin June and just want to make sure I'm not running out of time to register

Thanks in advance
Don’t know, I’m sure I passed my gas and then wasn’t corgi (at the time) registered for approx 2 years? I wouldn’t recommend it to anyone leaving it that amount of time. Only way to be certain how long you have is ask Gas safe yourself.
 

Stu-B

Advent Win
I’d guess you could probably register until your ACS qualification expires, best to ask them for clarification though
 

Deleted member 32524

Plumber
Gas Engineer
I did it straight away. However, surely if you have valid and in date qualifications, does it matter? Would have thought that you would want to earn some money with the new qualifications though.
 

AMGasServices

Gas Engineer
Last time I spoke to the local inspector he said he was going to inspect someone who did his Acs 3/4 years ago only applied for his registration.

Best option is to ring Gas safe or ask the local Acs centre.
 

JKG

Gas Engineer
Not sure maybe call gas safe for definite answer. What is the delay with getting registered? Most people like to do it asap and start earning.
When you do register you will be on a probationary period and have a inspection within 3 months so if you do it soon everything will be fresh in your mind
 

Deleted member 32524

Plumber
Gas Engineer
If I were you I would set myself up. It will cost a few grand, between registration, FGA, hand tools, van or estate car, PL insurance (that's available on monthly payment), hire any tools you can't afford, like sds or core guns, powerflush machines etc and get on with it. Make it happen. Why else did you invest in qualifications?
 

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