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How Much Do Gas Engineers Earn?

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According to the ONS, starting out in a career as a gas engineer you can expect a starting salary of £32,500 – which is well above the national 2019 UK average salary of £25,844. With training, gas engineers can make even more money and branch out into related careers.

The benefits of completing our gas engineer course

Under our guidance, you’ll experience all of the training necessary to become a fully qualified gas engineer with our gas engineering courses. Gas engineers in the UK keep British homes and businesses running by installing, maintaining, testing, and repairing gas appliances such as gas cookers and heating systems.

If you’re someone who enjoys working with people and fixing things, then a career as a gas engineer could be right for you. As a highly skilled job, newly qualified gas engineers can expect an average starting salary of £32,500.

While this is an attractive starting salary at £6,000 more than the national average, experienced and skilled gas engineers can double their salary to £60,000. In the middle, an experienced gas worker enjoys around £37,500 a year. How much you can earn as a gas engineer is dependent on multiple factors, including:

  • Skills & qualifications
  • Customer service
  • Commitment & availability 
  • Problem-solving ability
  • Time management
  • Science & maths skills

Gas engineering courses near me

Can’t find a reliable gas engineering course? We’ve got you covered. Our trades courses are designed for people with little to no previous experience in gas engineering. We guide you from day one right through to becoming a fully qualified gas installer with industry recognised certifications. Whether you intend to start your own business or find the right employer, our flexible course will get you there.

Our courses work around your current circumstances and may be easier than you might think. We have a success rate of over 10,000 people becoming qualified each year. We provide all the knowledge, expertise and guidance you need to succeed.

With this course, you will be demonstrating gas safety competence by completing nationally agreed assessments, carried out at our ACS approved assessment centres.




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