Becoming a gas engineer

Published:  02 August, 2017

Logic4training has launched the ‘Ultimate guide to careers in gas, a practical and clear guide to starting and developing a career as a gas engineer. It is aimed at anyone wanting to enter the heating sector — from school leavers, apprentices and college students to career changers and those wanting to upskill from related industries.

The guide provides information about the skill sets required, qualifications and training routes available, as well as the earning prospects for trained installers.

The guide is also a useful resource for employers looking to the best way to upskill staff.

Mark Krull, director at Logic4training, said, ‘As a leading training provider to the building-services sector, we want to help those interested in joining this rewarding industry understand their options. Ultimately, we need more gas installers; hopefully our new guide will go some way to inspire new recruits.’

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