Gas engineers help to supply energy to homes and businesses every day. They do far more than install and fix boilers. With the right training, they can work with a whole range of gas appliances in both domestic and commercial settings, opening the door to a rich and rewarding career where no one day is like the next.
- How to become a gas service technician (Opens in a new window from National Careers Service)
- Before you apply for Gas Safe registration you will need relevant experience and supporting evidence. Contact the Eastleigh College Training Academy (ECTA) for advice on the apprenticeships available to get you started on this career path. firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Our Gas Assessment Centre provides assessment and training for professionals.
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Gas Safety Week 2021 marks busy year for Eastleigh’s Gas Assessment Centre
The eleventh national campaign to raise awareness of gas safety took place last week and marks the end of a busy year at the Gas Assessment Centre (GAC) in Eastleigh where candidates qualify for both home and business ‘gas safe’ registration. Within the past 12 months the BPEC approved assessment centre has been restructured and expanded to accommodate an increased apprentice intake.
New BPEC-approved plumbing workshop is set to raise standards in a changing sector
Neil Collishaw, Chief Executive Officer of BPEC, the employer-led training standards organisation for the Plumbing, Heating, Gas and wider Energy Sector, visited the brand-new plumbing workshop at Eastleigh College. Neil met with Michael Lock, Head of Gas & Plumbing, Smart Metering and Renewable Energy, to discuss how BPEC can better support the College.