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Logic4training launches guide to careers in gas

Logic4training has launched the ‘Ultimate Guide to Careers in Gas', a practical and clear guide to kick starting and developing a career as a gas engineer.

Logic4training has launched the ‘Ultimate Guide to Careers in Gas', a practical and clear guide to kick starting and developing a career as a gas engineer.

Aimed at anyone wanting to enter the heating sector; from school leavers, apprentices and college students to career changers and those wishing to upskill from related industries, the guide provides information about the skill sets required, qualifications and training routes available, as well as the earning prospects and working environments trained installers can expect.

It will also prove a useful resource for employers looking for the best way to upskill staff, as well as teachers and careers advisors helping the next generation decide on the job prospects available.

It can be downloaded for free from: https://www.logic4training.co.uk/guides/ultimate-guide-careers-gas/

Director at Logic4training, Mark Krull, said: 'We're very proud to present the ‘Ultimate Guide to Careers in Gas'. As a leading training provider to the building services engineering sector, we want to help those interested in joining this rewarding industry understand their options. It can be confusing navigating through the variety of qualifications and training routes; this guide has been designed to demystify the process, whether the reader is a school leaver or career changer in a related trade.

'Ultimately, we need more gas installers; hopefully our new guide will go some way to inspire new recruits!'

 

4 May 2017

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