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Around half of Gas Engineers do not show their Gas Safe Card when they enter a customer's home

New research from Logic4training, supported the Gas Safe Register, indicates around half (53%) of gas installers are still not showing their Gas Safe Card on entering a customer’s home, with just 37% producing their Gas Safe Card when asked to do so.  The survey suggests that there is still some way to go in encouraging […]

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Logic4training launches the free-to-download "Ultimate Guide to Training"

Logic4training has launched The Ultimate Guide to Training, to help people working in the trades realise their ambitions, in 2018. The latest in its series of free online guides designed for those working or looking to work in the building services sector, The Ultimate Guide to Training sets out the best routes for expanding existing skill […]

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How quality training can close the "skills gap" in the gas sector

As a sector, building services engineering is experiencing a skills gap with many businesses rushed off their feet but finding it hard to find qualified staff to meet the demand. Mark Krull – Marketing Director for Logic4training – looks at the training options to close this gap, focusing on the gas sector in particular. The […]

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Quality more important than price for installers choosing training providers

The results of a new survey reveal that the price tag is one of the last things installers look for when choosing a training provider. Industry experience, company reputation and added extras, such as free support materials, all scored higher. The findings, collated by Logic4training, show the discerning nature of the industry, where learners value […]

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Logic4Training launches Boiler Fault Finding course

Logic4training has launched a ‘Boiler Fault Finding’ course for experienced gas professionals who require the technical skills to check for issues in order to maintain and repair central heating systems. The two-day course will enable experienced engineers to easily identify central heating faults based on a boiler start-up sequence, understand and use manufacturers’ flow charts […]

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