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Research by the Gas Safety Register highlights the dangers of employing unregistered gas engineers

It's shocking to think that almost five million people in the UK are putting themselves and their families at risk by employing illegal gas engineers who aren't properly qualified to do the job.

Recent figures based on research by the Gas Safety Register, following four years of investigations into unqualified and unregistered gas fitters, showed that 65% of jobs carried out by illegal fitters were unsafe and that one in five of the appliances they fitted were so dangerous that immediate disconnection was required.

 


APHC offers training rewards for plumbing and heating companie

The Association of Plumbing & Heating Contractors (APHC) is offering 100 plumbing and heating companies the chance to claim a £150 training reward through its sister company, educational charity APHC (Training).

 


Robinsons UK Technical Training Academy is Logic Certified

A brand new training centre has been approved to deliver Logic Certification accredited courses. 

Robinson’s UK is a family run technical training academy offering over 20 years of industry and educational expertise covering all aspects of the heating and electrical sectors, including gas, oil, solid fuel and biomass.  


Updated training manual now available!

Our Domestic Gas Safety Training Manual has been boosted with an additional 40 pages of guidance and information! And what is even better is the cost has stayed the same!

 


New LPG safety training manual

Logic Certification has launched a new LPG Gas Safety Training Manual aimed at candidates about to undertake either core or changeover LPG ACS assessments. 


New! Carbon Monoxide appliance testing assessment

Carbon Monoxide poisoning has been well documented in the news. To ensure those responsible for the safe running of CO and CO2 detection devices, Logic Certification is now running new ACS assessment:  Carbon Monoxide/Dioxide Atmosphere and Appliance Testing (CMDDA1).

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