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Professional Gas Engineer Courses in the South West

Training to become a professional gas engineer has never been easier than with Training Courses Bristol’s recommended comprehensive gas training courses. Through learning the technical knowledge and skill required to become a gas engineer, you’ll gain yourself a skill for life in a trade that is never short of rewarding and high-paying work. As well as going on to work for established gas firms, some past students have started their own gas engineering businesses, and your course will teach you exactly how you can do the same.

Our gas engineer courses will enable you to:
  • Start your own business
  • Work the hours you want to work
  • Make more money (gas engineers commonly make £30k pa)

High quality gas training facilities at your fingertips

The best place to start is always with the beginning, with what the gas industry refers to as ‘underpinning knowledge’ – the foundation work needed for a successful career. This initial training element is made up of equal parts theory and practical work, making sure that the theory you learn in the classroom is consolidated with hands-on practical experience. With these skills in hand, the next port of call is a work placement alongside a professional gas engineer, something we at Training Courses Bristol will help you arrange. Here you will begin to put together a portfolio of the gas work you perform to prove your competency in the workplace, finally culminating in completion of the ACS (Accredited Certification Scheme) qualification.

Here is just a selection of the gas qualifications we offer:
  • Elementary Gas Certificate - essential for those entering the industry
  • ACS Gas, CCN1, CEN1, CPA1, CKR1, HTR1, WAT1 (with sufficient evidence)

Join the Gas Safe Register

With the necessary gas qualifications under your belt, the next step is to join the Gas Safe Register and become a legally certified gas engineer. Once this has been achieved, there are a number of career paths open to you. But whether you choose to work for a larger firm or become a self-employed tradesperson, the varied and challenging-yet-rewarding lifestyle you’ll lead as a gas engineer will remain the same.

For more information on our professional gas engineer courses (available to students throughout South West England), simply fill in the enquiry form today.