Managed Learning Programme - New Entrants to Gas

Become a Gas Engineer – Course for new entrants to gas

Summary

A course for those wishing to become gas qualified, this course is aimed at new entrants.

Course details

As of 1st October 2017, new regulations have come in which have changed the structure and the duration of gas training courses for new entrants.  ECTA are running the new Managed Learning Programme, which is a modular gas training course, and can be tailored to suit the individual (or Company) requirements. The duration of the course is dependent on the route the candidate wishes to take, for example, for a new entrant wishing to install, maintain and service Domestic Central Heating Boilers, Water Heaters, Cookers and Fires would be expected to do 7 weeks practical and theory training in centre, followed by a period of approximately 20 weeks supervised work practice with a Gas Safe registered engineer.

Why train to be a Gas Engineer?

There are loads of opportunities for qualified gas engineers, from installing central heating boilers, to working on commercial gas appliances. According to Gas Safe Register,  from figures published in their Decade Review of the industry, half of all gas engineers are 55 and above. This means that there are going to be a lot of retirements in the industry over the next few years, leaving a massive skills shortage.

Please download our brochure for more information on available packages and pricing. If you can’t see what you need, please get in touch, the course is modular, and can be tailored to individual requirements.

Alternatively – Click on the packages below for more information:

Silver – Gas Training Package

Gold – Gas Training Package

Platinum – Gas Training Package

Platinum Plus – Gas Training Package

Course

Become a Gas Engineer – Course for new entrants to gas

Location
Hadfield House, Gordon Street, Stockport, SK4 1RR
Duration 0 Days
Cost POA
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