Considering a New Career Move?

Are you thinking about a new career, considering self-employment or perhaps you are leaving the armed forces and considering your next step ? There are some exciting career opportunities in the utilities sector. With so many choices available to you in the gas, oil, water, refrigeration and electrical sectors there's never been a better time to take that step.

Gastec has wide experience and understanding of the training needs of people transferring to this dynamic but demanding employment sector. When considering a new career the first step should be an assessment of your training needs. Will an employer offer it on the job or do you need to plan your own training first. If you are considering a career in the utilities industry then there are a wide range of training courses and training providers available to you.

The Gastec New Entrant Guide provides a great introduction to the training requirements of the utility sector and the range of training options available. It includes information on the regulatory and training framework you need to understand to work either as an employee or to start your own business.

If you would like a copy just fill in the information below and we will email you a copy. If you would prefer a printed copy or have further questions please call the team at Gastec

Gastec New Entrant Helpline

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