Essential Electrics for Gas Engineers and Plumbers

This course is designed for experienced plumbers and gas engineers wanting to gain basic knowledge and skills of electrical installations, circuitry, and fault finding. It will equip professionals with the skills required to carry out work on electrical equipment safely and correctly.

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Course Duration3 Days
Learning Hours21 hours
Delivery MethodsClassroom, Workshop

Course Overview

When working on-site, it is vital to know your way around electrical equipment to prevent injuring yourself or others while carrying out work. Essential Electrics for Gas Engineers and Plumbers covers the latest methods and procedures Plumbers and Gas Engineers require for their work to maintain and repair modern gas appliances safely and correctly.

This course is made up of both theory-based sessions in the classroom and practical sessions in our workshop, taught by our exceptional and experienced trainers who will make sure you are well prepared and setup for success for your assessment. By the end of the course you will possess the knowledge and skills required to safely and correctly work on electrical equipment associated with plumbing systems. All course materials required will be handed out to you in the beginning of the course.

Professional Prospects

By upskilling, you can expand your field of expertise and ensure you are up-to-date with the most recent developments in your line of work. With our Essential Electrics for Gas Engineers and Plumbers certificate you will gain valuable knowledge and skills, ensuring you will leave our training centre a competent and highly sought-after professional that can expect an annual salary of up to £45,000 depending on experience.

Course Breakdown

Course Duration3 Days
AssessmentTheory & Practical
Delivery MethodsClassroom, Workshop, 10 Bruce St, Dunfermline, KY12 7AG, Fife, Scotland, UK
Learning Hours21 hours
QualificationsEssential Electrics for Gas Engineers and Plumbers
PrerequisitesExperienced Plumbers and Gas Engineers

Course Syllabus

Training and assessment are broken down into the following sections:

Days 1-2

Learning Hours:

7 hours


  • Basic Electrical Principles And Theory
  • Electrical Supply And Distribution
  • Legislation And Regulations
  • Treatment For Electric Shock
  • Basic Domestic Electrical Installation Theory
  • Common Electrical Components Used In Domestic Heating And Hot Water Systems
  • How Central Heating System Wiring And Components Come Together
  • Fault Finding

Day 3

Learning Hours:

14 hours


  • Multiple Choice
  • Short Written Response
  • Scenario Questions
  • Demonstrating Competence through Observed Practical Assessment



Next Dates

Please contact us at 01383260002 to make a reservation.

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