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Gas Training Courses

Delivering practical, competitively priced training and assessments in a professional, friendly environment, all our courses are fully accredited and are taught and assessed by experienced, full time staff, ideal for those wanting to start a rewarding career as a gas engineer.

Get to Gas Full Time

As the UK’s leading training provider for new entrants into the gas industry, we have delivered our Get to Gas course to hundreds of individuals, providing them with the knowledge and skills required to successfully achieve employment in this highly demanded, fast growing industry.

Get to Gas Long Distance

Our Get to Gas Long Distance Learning course consists of a mixture of e-learning, practical workshops, training materials and trainer support and is designed to provide the very best quality training for candidates with limited time to learn.

Get to Gas Semi-Skilled

Our Get to Gas part time evening course is specifically aimed at plumbers and semi-skilled individuals who already hold and can demonstrate practical competency in plumbing.

ACS & Appliances

It is illegal to work on gas installations and appliances in the UK unless an engineer is Gas Safe registered and holds valid and relevant ACS qualifications.

LPG

With thousands of people moving from towns and cities to the English countryside each year and around 1.7 million UK homes being situated in non-mains gas areas, the LPG market is worth serious consideration by gas engineers.

CPA 1

Due to the amount of high efficiency condensing boilers and flueless fires many manufacturers request the use of a flue gas analyser to complete commissioning, servicing and repairs. A flue gas analyser is also a useful tool to assist in the testing of domestic gas appliances.

Avd Boiler Fault Finding

The Get Training Fault Finding Course is aimed at existing gas engineers or ACS approved gas operatives including newly qualified ACS engineers, who are looking to enhance their practical skills with further technical support on boiler maintenance, fault finding and repair.