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In the UK, it is illegal to work on gas appliances unless you are Gas Safe registered. This is to ensure the safety of the public. In this blog we explain how to join the Gas Safe register and how to become Gas Safe registered.

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In the UK, it is illegal to work on gas appliances unless you are Gas Safe registered. This is to ensure the safety of the public. In this blog we explain how to join the Gas Safe register and how to become Gas Safe registered.

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day in the life of a gas engineer

 

If you're thinking of switching careers, it's helpful to imagine what your day-to-day tasks may look like. To help you get started, we've put together an example of what a day in the life of a gas engineer might look like. 

No two working days are ever the same in the life of a gas engineer, but through our years of expertise, we have a pretty good idea of what to expect. So, without further ado, welcome to a day in the life of a gas engineer!

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An apprenticeship is a common pathway for someone looking to start a trade career. Apprenticeships are great for those with trade skills, because students are able to get hands-on experience as they learn.

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If you require some gas work done in your property, it is always recommended to acquire a Gas Safe registered engineer for the job. This blog will tell you all about the Gas Safe register, and how to find a Gas Safe registered engineer to carry out work in your property. 

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With over 23 million gas boilers in use across the UK, there are just as many gas engineers working hard to keep these boilers maintained. When you become a gas engineer, you enter into an incredibly exciting industry with lots of opportunity for career progression. 

If you're looking to progress your gas engineering career, take a look at the our career progression opportunities for gas engineers and see if anything takes your fancy!

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So you want to work in the gas industry? You might be wondering how you can get qualified, get some work experience, and get on the Gas Safe Register. There are a few different paths you can take to become a gas engineer, and the path you should take is usually determined by your current experience level. We'll talk you through the various different career paths and give you an insight into the different areas you can specialise in once you're qualified.

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Heating your property with gas is three to four times cheaper than heating it with electricity, but during winter months, your gas bill can easily skyrocket. With winter rolling in and the weather getting colder, we asked our most experienced gas engineers for advice. Follow these 5 tips from our experts to reduce your gas bills this winter.

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The UK is currently in the eye of a storm called the Global Energy Crisis, but our tiny island seems to be taking harsh hits in comparison to other countries. In the UK, we're particularly affected because 85% of our households use gas boilers to heat homes, and 40% of electricity is generated within our gas-fired power stations. This is higher than any other European country.

Due to this, many people have been left wondering whether gas or electric is cheaper in an attempt to curb the increasing energy bills. 

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