The Commission for Regulation of Utilities (CRU) scheme consists of a Domestic Gas Safety Assessment (DGA) which is designed to test the gas safety competence of a Registered Gas Installer (RGI) in domestic gas work by practical and knowledge and understanding assessment.
The engineer must present a current original RGII Identification card and registration number. Where the engineer is not a member of RGII, a letter from RGII must be supplied including a provisional RGII Registration Number.
Assessments consist of a combination of practical and theory examinations. RGII will be notified of certification results.
Certificates are valid for 5 years. On expiry, candidates are eligible to take re-assessment. The re-assessment can be taken up to 6 months prior to the expiry date of the initial qualification. Previous certificates must be presented to the assessment centre as evidence of holding the initial qualification.
This information is intended to provide an overview of the scheme. For further details of cost, duration and availability, please contact your nearest or preferred centre.