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  1. jamel

    jamel New Member

    Hello everybody I am new to this site. I was wondering if anybody could give me some advise on where the best place to go is for a gas safe qualification. At the moment I am a fully qualified plumbe
  2. rpm

    rpm Trusted Plumber Top Contributor!!

    Welcome along Jamel, I`m not gas but where about`s roughly are you.
  3. A1P

    A1P GSR

    Lots of similar threads if you use the search.The general advice seems to be that many expensive courses do not give you the qualifications required.The problem is in getting the practical experience for the NVQ portfolio.If you are actually working as a plumber you may come across someone Gas Safe who would help.Check with your local college they should be able to advise you about course requirements.
  4. Farrukh Ahmad

    Farrukh Ahmad New Member

    Depending on your age, i would advise Croydon college. They use to have an apprenticeship scheme where you would be in college studying one day a week and be working with a gas engineer for three or four days.
  5. rpm

    rpm Trusted Plumber Top Contributor!!

    Think post #2 come first mate.
  6. ShaunCorbs

    ShaunCorbs Trusted Plumber GSR Top Contributor!!

    hello and welcome,

    I wouldnt do a short course if your looking to get employed most places want experience and shy away from short course application
  7. SimonG

    SimonG Plumber

    Welcome along:)