LPG Training makes 'A' grade installers

LPG Training makes 'A' grade installers

With the new autumn term just around the corner, Calor Gas (Calor), supplier of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), is offering heating installers the chance to go ‘back to school’ and brush up on their skills with a £200 contribution towards LPG safety training.

LPG Training makes 'A' grade installers
The incentive, which is available as cash back, per employee, is open to the first 100 heating installers that send in a copy of their recent CoNGLP1-PD (Fuel Changeover Natural Gas to LPG Permanent Dwellings) certificate (dated 2014) before the end of December 2014.
Paul Madge, national domestic sales manager at Calor explains, “There are around 3.9 million households in Britain that do not have gas heating, and two million of these are fully off-grid with little prospect of gas connection.
“In addition to this, the LPG market is growing, with recent figures showing an annual growth rate of 3.8 per cent forecast until 2018. This means there are a vast number of off-grid homes that require an alternative fuel supply such as LPG, presenting an ideal growth opportunity.
“Heating installers that become LPG qualified, and are therefore competent in recommending and handling the fuel source, can benefit from the additional work required alongside an LPG conversion, such as boiler installation and maintenance.”
Installers that are already trained in natural gas safety can attend one of numerous LPG-specific courses offering the CoNGLP1-PD module, at a number of colleges across the UK.  Designed to test the gas safety competence of installers wishing to extend their skills from natural gas to LPG, the module typically comprises a series of practical tests and assessments.
Paul Madge continues: “The kids go back to school in September and this is the ideal time for installers to get learning too by adding LPG to their offering. Calor is committed to helping heating installers broaden their skills, and our LPG training incentive is just one way we can help.
“Calor representatives are also on hand to help with any queries installers may have, and can offer guidance with LPG conversions and upgrades.”
Installers are also able to benefit by joining the Calor Installer Incentive Scheme. This scheme offers £250 cash or reward points to installers for every domestic or commercial customer they recommend who then opens a new Calor LPG account.
To benefit from the £200 training incentive, installers should post of copy their certificate, together with payment details to Installer Training, Sales Support Department, Calor Gas Ltd, Athena House, Athena Drive, Tachbrook Park, Warwick, CV34 6RL, or call 0345 600 7701.
To learn more about how Calor LPG can benefit their business and customers, installers can visit www.calor.co.uk/installer.