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hello chaps iv got a daft question here anybody knw wot gas courses there are to undertake landlords safety checks and issue certs any ideas would be great cheers
 
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hello chaps iv got a daft question here anybody knw wot gas courses there are to undertake landlords safety checks and issue certs any ideas would be great cheers

Make sure it is a Gas Safe course and not CORGI one as CORGI are no longer the people for being incharge of the gas register anymore.
 
Sorry ,gas trade is a closed shop and has been for a couple of years.Unless you work for a gas qualified company or engineer you wont get taken on any course as you need 40 hours practical experience along with your training.A lot of training companies will tell you that they'll train you{at great cost] but when it comes to the practical side most dont have anyone you can do field work with
 
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Definatly has to be gas safe course. need to know someone for practical work
 
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