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 Mar, 12 - 2019   Gas

The commercial building construction industry is buoyant at the moment, with robust demand for office developments and renewed public sector funding commitments helping to boost growth and create new business streams for ambitious domestic heating engineers looking for a challenge.    To help domestic installers succeed in this lucrative and...


Building Services Training Courses for Ex-armed Forces Personnel

 Mar, 08 - 2019   Careers

After the structure of the forces, starting a new life on civvy street can be a daunting prospect for many service personnel.    Kickstarting a new career is a huge part of making a smooth transition and service leavers have usually acquired many transferable skills during their time in the...


A new Code of Practice for Electrical Work in Social Housing

 Mar, 07 - 2019   Electrical

The Electrical Safety Roundtable (ESR), a leading industry forum that undertakes research and draws up policy for the government and industry, has produced a new document setting out standards for the management of electrotechnical care in social housing.   To develop the new code of practice, which aims to standardise...


Cyber Awareness for your Company

 Mar, 06 - 2019   Business

Have you ever thought about what would happen if your business experienced a cyber breach or attack?     The impact of a cyber breach or attack can result in customer losses, reputation damage and the far reaching consequences of a hacker getting their hands on your data.   The...


New Ways to Manage and Monitor Heat

 Feb, 14 - 2019   Heating

A shift towards data-led energy management and more automated ‘smart’ functions is spear-heading a drive within the building services sector to lower carbon emissions, while reshaping traditional approaches to producing, managing and monitoring heat.   Potentially revolutionising the way we heat and cool our homes and businesses.   At a...


Hot Water Cylinder Consumer Servicing Guide

 Feb, 12 - 2019   Heating

The Hot Water Cylinder Consumer Servicing Guide has been produced by the industry under the guidance of the Hot Water Association (HWA), detailing what they can expect when having their hot water storage cylinder serviced by a registered engineer.   This guide lays out an agreed industry best-practice approach to...


How can Domestic Gas Engineers Upskill into other Sectors?

 Feb, 05 - 2019   Gas

Domestic Gas Engineers who already hold the Core Domestic Gas Safety (CCN1) have various options available to expand their scope of work.   Download this infographic to see various options available to upskill into Commercial Heating Gas Work, Commercial Catering, LPG, Electrical, Oil, Fgas and Renewable energy sectors.    ...


Keeping Elderly Customers Warm Over Winter – Tips for Oil Installers

 Jan, 28 - 2019   Oil

Last winter there were an estimated 50,100 excess winter deaths in England and Wales*, 15,000 of which were related to a cold home**.   This is the highest number of excess deaths recorded since the winter of 1975/76.   Oil installers know that in extreme weather conditions supply shortages can...


Freezing Temperatures on the Way…

 Jan, 22 - 2019   Heating

The Met Office is forecasting “an enhanced risk of snow and widespread frost across the UK” so it seems increasingly likely that we’re in for a spell of freezing weather over the next few weeks.   One that the press is calling ‘The Beast from the East II’.    ...


Warning! Don’t get Scammed!

 Jan, 21 - 2019   Training

We’ve recently become aware of a scam that’s doing the rounds, targeting gas installers, and wanted to warn you about it.   The scammers are working in the south east, postcode by postcode, preying on installers whose details, we suspect, they find in online listings.   The perpetrator calls up...


Partner Rolec meets 18th Regulations

 Jan, 15 - 2019   Electrical

Our Partner Rolec EV has confirmed that its entire range of Electric Vehicle charging points have been developed to comply with the new IET 18th Edition Wiring Regulations that has been in force since 1st January 2019.   Kieron Alsop, Rolec EV’s Managing Director, commented: “As the manufacturer of Europe’s largest range...


Help your Customers understand the Gas Safe Message

 Jan, 14 - 2019   Gas

Some recently reported research has highlighted the confusion that still exists around the Gas Safe Register and its predecessor, CORGI.   An independent survey conducted by Ariston in association with a leading UK national newspaper reported that 27% of respondents would ask their gas engineer for evidence of CORGI registration,...


BS7671:2018 Corrigendum – December 2018

 Jan, 11 - 2019   Electrical

BS 7671 (IET Wiring Regulations) sets the standards for electrical installation in the UK and many other countries.   The IET co-publishes BS 7671 with the British Standards Institution (BSI) and is the authority on electrical installation.   The new 18th Edition IET Wiring Regulations (BS7671:2018) was published in July...


2019’s New Year Training Tips for Tradespeople

 Jan, 08 - 2019   Tips/Advice

The New Year always feels like a reset from a tough previous 12 months, or a follow up to a successful year gone by in your chosen trade.   Whether you made a list of goals or not, it’s useful to look at where you are in your career.  ...


Tip #24: New careers for 2019 – Our Advice, Become a Plumber!

 Dec, 24 - 2018   Plumbing

Plumbers are always in demand, particularly at this time of year when burst and frozen pipes are common place.   Whether you’re working in a related trade, or starting from scratch, a career in plumbing could be a good move for 2019.   Where do I Start?   If you...


Tip #23: Get ready for the 18th Edition Wiring Regulations

 Dec, 23 - 2018   Electrical

The New Year is just around the corner and so are the new 18th Edition Wiring Regulations.   Introduced in July 2018, from January 1st they become mandatory and all electricians and trades people carrying out domestic electrical work will need to update their qualifications over the coming months to...


Tip #22: Use LinkedIn to Target Customers

 Dec, 22 - 2018   Business

We found a great quote on-line this week:   “Any individual who is not on LinkedIn these days is akin to a small business that was not in the yellow pages a few years back”   As a one-man band, or small business, you might feel that it’s irrelevant, but...