As we countdown to October and the ACS changes, you as an aspiring gas engineer might be wondering what, if anything, you should do about this.
Taking the time off to train requires a pretty big commitment and is not to be taken lightly.
If you have already been to an open day and are still thinking about what to do, you don’t have much time before things change…
Good news if you are already a Gas Safe Registered installer – The changes will not affect you.
This will only affect people who have never taken an ACS assessment or if after the 1st October your gas ticket has expired for over 12 months.
Time is running out
From the 1st of October Logic4training’s Domestic Gas Heating Installer courses for new entrants and experienced trades, will be updated to meet the standards set by the industry.
You can see more details about the changes here but, simply put, the courses are going to be longer, harder and more costly.
If you are considering a career in gas you can still take advantage of the current training standards and as long as the course you are on starts before the 31st September, you will still be allowed to train to the current standards.
The next DGHI new entrants course starts on the 31st July. There is still space on this course, if you would like to reserve a space on the course please call 0345 845 7222.
We have open days running in Northolt on the following dates prior to the ACS changes
If you haven’t been to one of these yet why not book, it’s free and you can meet the trainers, see the facilities and drink some tea!
For more information on our new entrant courses including the Domestic Electrical Installer course, OFTEC oil and Commercial Gas APL – Click Here