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 competitive environment, we have launched a new free guide, The Ultimate Guide to Careers in the Commercial Sector, examining the logistics and culture of the commercial sector and offering practical advice.
You can download the guide for FREE
A comprehensive and free resource, the guide is packed full of information and advice on how to successfully transition from domestic to commercial, including:
- Finding work and building relationships
- How to prepare and submit a bid for tender
- Demonstrating competence, compliance and health & safety
- Large-scale pricing and budgeting
- Managing increased stock volumes
- Qualifications and training
Mark Krull, Managing Director of Logic4training, said: “In recent years, we’ve seen some promising growth in the commercial sector and for ambitious domestic installers looking for their next challenge, a move into this area is the logical next-step.
“While many experienced installers will already have the core skill set required to upskill to the commercial market, further targeted training is essential to ensure compliance with the increased health and safety requirements of the sector.
“However, as well as extra training, to succeed in this fast-paced and highly rewarding environment heating installers need a comprehensive understanding of the new challenges brought by the commercial sector, which is why we have created The Ultimate Guide to Careers in the Commercial Sector – the latest in our free Ultimate Guide series offering valuable, free advice to building services engineering installers.”
Logic4training’s free The Ultimate Guide to Careers in the Commercial Sector guide is the ideal resource for domestic heating installers considering a move into the commercial sector, or for existing commercial installers who want to improve their services.