Are you looking for a gas course in Fife or are you looking to train to become a gas engineer?

Are you an experienced gas engineer or a plumber looking to add to your skill set? Perhaps you're entirely new to the trade? Whatever your level Fife College has a vast range of gas courses  that will equip you with the skills and qualifications you need to work with gas. Our gas engineer training courses teach all aspects of the gas trade. Every single one of our courses are gas safe courses, ensuring that all our training is conducted to industry rules and regulations. With accreditation from City & Guilds, BPEC and the Gas Safe Register, you can rest assured that our gas training is of the highest standard in the UK. Our gas engineer courses are all taught in Fife by highly skilled professionals who have also undertaken teacher training. Taught flexibly from our state-of-the-art facilities in Dunfermline, Fife we can help you find best course for you,  look in to funding options and help answer all questions you may have about our gas courses. 

Fife College's National Gas Training and Assessment Centre provides gas engineer courses in Fife including:

  • ACS gas courses
  • Commercial gas courses
  • Domestic gas courses
  • Industrial gas courses for gas engineers.

Our Training and Assessment Centre in Fife is the largest ACS gas training facility in Scotland. We provide both domestic gas courses and commercial/industrial gas courses for those looking to become a gas engineer and work towards a new and challenging career within the gas industry. We also offer training courses for existing gas engineers.

We have worked with and developed packages to meet the training needs of large companies such as British Gas, SSE, SGN, and Turriff, whilst also supporting the needs of SMEs and the self-employed.

Remember - to work legally on gas appliances and installations you must be on the Gas Safe Register.

If you need to register or renew your registration, Fife College has the right courses to help you comply. If you are an employer it's important to check the expiry dates on the competencies for all your registered engineers.