Become a Gas Safe Engineer
Train to become a gas engineer in 4 simple steps
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Interested in becoming a gas engineer?
Why become a gas engineer?
As a gas and heating engineer, you can be your own boss. Setting your working hours, choosing where and when you work and most importantly, setting your own rate, being a gas engineer allows you flexibility and freedom in your career. The average salary of a gas engineer in the UK is a substantial £32,000, but it can rise to £60,000 depending on location and services you offer.
Working as a gas and heating engineer, you will meet new people, travel, and no two days will ever be the same. Customers who receive good service will remain loyal and recommend you to others, meaning your customer base will grow – along with your salary.
Upon completing stage five, you will have gained the following qualifications:
- Core Gas Safety (CCN1) including CPA1 (Flue Gas Analyser)
- Central Heating and Boilers (CENWAT)
- Gas Fires (HTR1)
- Gas Cookers (CKR1)
- Heating Design
- Unvented Hot Design (G3)
- Part L of Building Regulation (Part L)
- Water Regulations (WRAS)
- Low-Temperature Heating Design (LTHWS)
- Air Source Heat Pump Installation and Maintenance (IMASHPS)
- Ground Source Heat Pump Installation and Maintenance (IMHPS21)
A new group of students begin the gas course on a monthly basis.
We prefer to keep classes small to ensure students receive quality training. There is a maximum of 10 students per group.
Courses begin at 7:30 am – 8:30 am and end at 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm, depending on which centre you are training at.
No, we will provide all the tools and equipment required to complete training in the centre.
Shoes or boots, full-length trousers and a t-shirt or polo is a typical example of what students wear
We accept a number of different payment methods and finance options are also available.