Forum Title: Newly qualified Gas Safe engineers
About to gain my Gas Safe ticket; any advice on best possible route into the Gas Industry? Most companies stating you need at least 2 -5 years experience. Who will give me a leg up into the game in order to get the required experience?? Also would I be better off doing boiler breakdowns and repairs to start off with as I have heard the money is good considering time and effort, compared to installations? Any help would be much appreciated. Cheers.
Category: Plumber Post By: SHERRI GARNER (Baltimore, MD), 08/19/2017

you will have to start at the bottom and work you way up sounds like you have not paid your dues yet. working construction. you will find that book smart is only half of what you need pick a company, walk in, shake his hand, look him in the eye tell him, i have my license, but dont know ****,,,i will bust my ass, and make you money if you will teach me i will be here early every day, and stay late if needed. I want to learn. the book tells you what it wants, the craftsman will tell you how to do it

- JOHNNY PERRY (West New York, NJ), 09/16/2017

Gas safe ticket is slang for being on the Gas Safe register as a fully qualified Gas Engineer.

- MICHEAL GARRETT (Baldwin Park, CA), 09/23/2017

What is a gas safe ticket?

- Nick L (Midland, TX), 10/01/2017

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