Company Expertise As lead developer at "gb-gas" I have been a gas assessor and lecturer for more than 18 years with a wealth of experience before that, I would suggest that my main skill is the ability to simplify and explain even the most problematic areas of standards and concepts.
This site is now well established and in constant re-development, the teaching methods have been tried, tested and continually developed.
The information contained in these pages has been designed for the budding trainee or experienced gas engineer in moving to his gas assessments or just keeping up to date with the changes. Using the material, involving the student in an enhanced learning environment. Unleashed on to the world wide web
If you are interested in becoming a plumber / gas engineer The proper way is to gain on site and off site experience this would most practically done by becoming an apprentice for a reputable company.
A category 3 student requires hours of training in a working situation as well as gaining the qualifications at a College or Training Centre. Once this has been completed and you are working with a GAS SAFE registered company then you could apply for your gas assessments and registration.