Do you feel the need to learn new skills?
Have you just left school or college and want to get started in a new career?
Maybe you’ve been working in a job you hate and are ready to make a change.
Gaining new career skills will be a benefit to your life and there is no doubt that the trades present a fantastic opportunity to develop a skill that will earn you a steady living and peace of mind.
Learning a trade gives you the opportunity to be self-employed and be your own boss. Sounds good right?
After a few years you could have a team of people working for you and who knows, the skies the limit.
For a successful tradesman there is potential to make a great living…
A career in the gas trade
The gas trade is a highly skilled trade, requiring a lot of training and attention to detail.
Experienced gas installers are individuals with a keen eye for detail and often natural problem solvers.
They do a job that is often understated, saving lives, keeping people warm in winter and keeping the showers hot…
You should ask yourself the following:
- Do I enjoy problem solving?
- Do I enjoy learning?
- Do I enjoy fixing things?
- Do I enjoying meeting people?
- Am I a committed person?
- Do I have potential?
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Don’t let anything hold you back!
Learning a new trade, like gas, may seem like it could be a long process.
In some cases it can be but luckily, Logic4training has launched an intensive 7 week course designed to prepare, train and qualify complete beginners to the industry.
The Domestic Gas Heating Installer – New Entrants Package includes a 4 week crash course on basic plumbing skills and theory.
This is the perfect introduction to the trade where beginners will learn core knowledge and pipework skills, fundamental gas safety, asbestos awareness, water regulations and other essentials.
After the initial 4 weeks you will then move on to gas work, where you will learn how to become an installer “hands-on” in a Logic4training centre.
Once you’ve got to grips with the practical work it’s time to complete a portfolio and get out in the field, working with an engineer to complete a variety of jobs.
Trainee engineers get a taster of what it’s like to be doing the work properly. Logic4training even provides a bungalow and Gas Safe Register engineers to work with you on this if you need help.
This is the industry recognised and accepted route to gain the certificate needed to join the Gas Safe Register.
Once you’ve got your Gas Safe Register membership you are able to work legally as a gas installer!
If you’re not sure you can always give Logic4training’s customer service team a call on 0345 845 7222.
We can give free advice on the qualifications you need to work in your chosen trade.
Logic4training also runs free open days for anyone thinking of training to become a domestic gas heating installer.