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How to become a Gas Engineer

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Gas Engineer Course Overview

Opening doors you may have previously conceived as impossible. The Trades College is tailored for you. Our courses work around your current circumstances making the journey to becoming a gas engineer streamline, with plenty of flexibility and support from tutors that have been selected for their competence, communication skills and experience. You’re in good hands here. 

Not only do we have excellent on site experience and hands on training centres, we can provide virtual reality simulations so you can continue learning gas engineering from your home. Research shows our U-tool technology increases learning speed by up to 52%, making your educational experience that much more valuable. 

All of your work will be marked by your personal tutor who will guide you through this new exciting chapter in your life. There are 2 courses to choose from which will give you the qualifications which employers actually want to see. The Trades College has a first time pass rate in excess of 97% meaning over 10,000 people become qualified each year.


Gas Engineering Qualifications Once Complete

We focus on what employers want to see. With the 2 courses that you can complete with us, you receive different qualifications that can help you showcase your new found skills. These qualifications are:

Domestic Gas Engineer

  • BPEC – Energy Efficiency (Part L)
  • ACS – Core Gas Safety
  • ACS – Central Heating Boilers and Water Heaters
  • ACS – Cookers and Hobs
  • ACS – Space Heaters – Fires
  • ACS – Flue Gas Analysers
  • BPEC – Part P Defined Scope Electrical Qualification

When qualified, you will work as a fully qualified gas engineer running your own business or working for a firm. This entails a list of highly requested skills such as (but not limited to):

  • Work as a gas engineer running your own business or working for a company.
  • Work on domestic properties.
  • Work on new buildings.
  • Work on servicing, installing and maintaining domestic gas appliances.
  • Install and maintain appliances for landlords and tenants.
  • Provide an emergency call-out service.


Gas Engineer Salary To Expect 

So, what can you expect in regards to salary and potential earnings? The average gas engineers salary in the UK is about £32,756. The great news is that a low salary for a gas engineer is still over £27,000. This means even as someone with minimal experience going into the field, you can still expect to earn a decent salary. The higher range of salaries can vary between £33,000 and £41,000 so there is plenty of potential for growth within the industry. 

For more information or to contact us check out Becoming A Gas Engineer.




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