Looking to train as a gas engineer?
Fife College's National Gas Training and Assessment Centre offers a wide range of gas engineer courses in Fife, including ACS gas courses, commercial gas courses, domestic gas courses, and industrial gas courses.
Our Training and Assessment Centre is the largest ACS gas training facility in Scotland, and we provide both domestic and commercial/industrial gas courses for those seeking a new and challenging career in the gas industry. Our courses are designed to provide comprehensive training for new gas engineers, as well as upskilling and development opportunities for experienced engineers.
We have worked with large companies such as British Gas, SSE, SGN, and Turriff, as well as SMEs and self-employed individuals, to develop tailored training packages that meet their specific needs. Our high-quality gas engineer training courses are highly regarded in the industry, and many of our students return for additional training and development throughout their careers.
About our Gas Workshops
Our gas workshops provide realistic, practical training and ACS assessments, covering a range of areas such as domestic and commercial/industrial gas appliances, combustion performance analysis, metering and tightness testing and purging. We also offer a wide range of short courses, SVQs, and Modern Apprenticeships.
We have courses in:
- Renewable Energy
- Water Regulations And By-Laws
- Unvented Hot Water
- Air And Ground Source Heat Pumps
To work legally on gas appliances and installations, it is necessary to be on the Gas Safe Register. If you need to register or renew your registration, Fife College offers courses to help you comply. For employers, it is important to keep track of the expiry dates on the competencies of your registered engineers and arrange for appropriate training in advance.
For more information about our gas courses, please contact our team at 0344 248 0134 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Join us in pursuing an exciting and rewarding career as a gas engineer.
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Yes, it can be worth doing a gas engineer course if you are interested in starting or advancing your career in the gas engineering industry. Gas engineer courses provide you with the knowledge and practical skills required to work safely and competently with gas appliances and systems, as well as the necessary qualifications to gain Gas Safe registration and work legally in the UK.
At Fife College's National Gas Training and Assessment Centre, our gas courses are designed to meet the highest industry standards and are delivered by experienced professionals in the field. Our courses cover both domestic and industrial gas applications and are accredited by industry bodies such as Gas Safe and SQA. As the largest ACS gas training facility in Scotland, the Centre is equipped with state-of-the-art facilities and equipment, enabling students to gain hands-on experience in a safe and controlled environment.
By completing a gas engineer course at Fife College, you will not only gain the knowledge and skills required to work in the industry, but also a nationally recognised qualification that is valued by employers across the UK. Additionally, you may have the opportunity to gain valuable work experience through their industry connections and placements.
The length of a gas engineer course can vary depending on the level and type of course you choose. At Fife College's National Gas Training and Assessment Centre, we offer a range of gas courses designed to meet the needs of individuals at different stages of their gas engineering career.
For individuals who have little or no experience in the gas industry courses range from Foundation Gas MLP 13 weeks in college plus 17 weeks work placement, full time Diploma SVQ3 36-week program to a 3 year apprentice block release EAL Diploma Level 6 course.
For individuals who already have experience in the gas industry, we offer a range of ACS gas courses that are designed to provide further training and assessment for Gas Safe registration. These courses can range from a few days to several weeks, depending on the specific course and level of assessment required.
In general, a gas engineer course can take anywhere from a few weeks to several months to complete, depending on the level and type of course you choose. It's important to consider the duration of the course when planning your training and career goals.
The cost of a gas engineer course at Fife College's National Gas Training and Assessment Centre can vary depending on the level and duration of the course you choose.
Our ACS gas courses, which are designed for individuals who already have experience in the gas industry and are looking to gain further qualifications for Gas Safe registration, can range in cost from several hundred pounds to over £1,000, depending on the specific course and level of assessment required.
It's important to note that there may be additional costs associated with Gas Safe registration and ongoing certification requirements. Additionally, there may also be funding or financial support options to help cover the cost of the course so get in touch today.