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Course Details

Gas Installer Domestic (GID)

Course code: EEHS H1011  
Duration: 12 Days, 2 days a week for 6 weeks.
NFQ level: 6
Method of application: ITB
Schedule: Friday & Saturday 9am - 5pm
Fee: €1,150
Award title: Gas Installer Domestic Single Subject Certificate
Credits for Full Award: 5 @ NFQ Level 6  
Awarding Body: ITB  

Note :

This course is not being offered in the academic year starting Sept 2016.


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Minimum Entry Requirements

Applicants must have a GIS Certificate or hold an Advanced / National Craft Certificate in Plumbing obtained after 1999.

Note :

Original Certificates must be produced prior to commencement of training.

Course Aim

The programme will provide an extensive insight into Domestic Gas Installations and will prepare candidates for end of programme Theory and Practical Assessments leading to qualification GID (HETAC) , required to register with RGII as a Registered Gas Installer (RGI) which is a legal requirement for anybody working on domestic gas installations as per the Energy (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 2006 with effect from 01st January 2009


Course Content

Unit Content
Unit 1
Gas Installation Level 1 Safety Review
Unit 2
Electricity & Electrical Control
Unit 3
Gas Meter Installation & Isolation
Unit 4
Combustion analysers, Flame Protection devices & Combustion Safety
Unit 5
Customer Relations and Commissioning Installations

Who Should Attend ?

Qualified Plumbers who wish to upgrade their skills and knowledge to enable them to install and commission domestic gas installations and appliances in accordance with current standards and regulations. The requirement for increased regulation in this sector is derived from the high volume of gas appliances, gas burners and gas boilers currently installed in Irish homes. The Gas Boiler Servicing sector presents an opportunity for a qualified technician to generate repeat business on an annual basis as Gas boilers must be serviced at regular intervals


Registration & Assessment

Assessment will consist of end of unit written and practical tests that assess candidate’s ability to recall and apply theory and understanding. Successful completion of this course will lead to qualification (GID) required to register with RGII as a Registered Gas Installer (RGI).



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“It’s geared for new industry, now that everything’s turning green we need ways to reduce our dependency on fossil fuel, to make savings and not waste energy. And ways to find alternative forms of energy as well, wind, wave, water. I’m very happy with the facilities, the lecturers are very helpful. And Moodle is good, you can do stuff at home at night or at weekends, it’s all on the site so you can print it off.”

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