Commercial catering and heating present large market places, so if you’re already a Registered Gas Engineer the right training will bring you and/or your employees up to the legal standard to try something new.
The catering sector has continued to grow this year with the total UK Foodservice and Hospitality market set to reach an estimated value of £90bn by 2018 – plenty of opportunities for suitably trained installers.
In addition, the Gas Safe Register is actively engaging with Environmental Health Officers in each Local Authority to crack down on gas safety in establishments that sell food; another opportunity, in terms of safety checks and annual maintenance.
Many mobile catering units rely on LPG, presenting year-round prospects given the amount of catering vehicles on our roads. Mobile vans are tight on space and hot environment, so many potential hazards, it is imperative that establishments ensure that equipment is installed and maintained by properly trained engineers. If this is an area you wish to cover, a pre-requisite is an LPG and Commercial Catering Core module. Apart from catering, LPG also provides opportunities to work on caravans, boats and park homes.
For domestic Registered Gas Engineers, with some experience in commercial installations then Logic4training’s ‘Domestic to Commercial Gas Safety Changeover’ (CODNCO1) course is a suitable training route. For candidates who have only ever operated in the domestic sector, the ‘Domestic to Commercial Gas Safety Upskill’ package will provide the additional knowledge required to make the commercial grade.
Having experience in both sectors will enable you to take-on a more varied workload and could be the key to boosting your revenue and your job satisfaction – contact us now and save 25% now!