Gas Training Courses Birmingham

Just minutes away from New Street Station, if you are looking for gas, plumbing or renewables courses in Birmingham, Options Skills are in the perfect location. We have students travelling from all over the Midlands and further afield to attend our training centre for accredited training courses.

Our courses have been developed to suit students with little to no experience but are also suitable for existing gas engineers or other tradespeople looking to upskill.

Whatever your situation, you can become a heating engineer with Options Skills. Providing ongoing support, we are with you every step of the way to help you become a fully qualified gas-safe engineer.

Your route to qualification will depend upon your current level of experience.

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Training centres in Birmingham, Manchester, and London.

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Birmingham Gas Training

We offer gas, plumbing & renewables courses in Birmingham from our fully-equipped training centre based in the heart of the city. With training courses delivered by tutors with years of experience, we have designed our courses to provide everything you need to know to become a gas and heating engineer.

Our complete ACS Domestic Gas Training Course is a three-step course combining practical and theory training with on-site work experience and essential assessments. Upon completion, you’ll be eligible to join the Gas Safe Register.

We also have several renewables training courses available to enable engineers to future-proof their careers.

Upon completion of all of our gas, heating and renewables training courses, you can gain the following qualifications:

  • Core Gas Safety (CCN1)
  • Central Heating and Boilers (CENWAT)
  • Gas Fires (HTR1)
  • Gas Cookers (CKR1)
  • Central Heating & Hot Water Design (HSD1)
  • Unvented Hot Water Systems (G3)
  • Part L of Building Regulation (Part L)
  • Water Regulations (WRAS)
  • Low-Temperature Heating Design (LTHWS)
  • Air Source Heat Pump Installation and Maintenance (IMASHPS)
  • Ground Source Heat Pump Installation and Maintenance (IMHPS21)

Our renewables courses are standalone for existing Gas Safe Registered engineers.

With the above suite of qualifications, you are eligible to apply for membership of the MCS (Microgeneration Certification Scheme), which is not only a sign of quality and commitment but boasts several benefits for both installers and manufacturers.

With an open-door policy at all of our training centres, if you’re looking to begin one of our gas & renewables courses in Birmingham, we encourage you to come in and take a look around.

For more information, visit our Domestic Gas Training Course page or call us at 0800 802 1306

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Options Skills Birmingham

The Jubilee Centre
130 Pershore St
B5 6ND


Our Birmingham-based training centre is just a short walk away from both New Street Station and Moor Street Station.


Our city centre location means we are easily reached by bus from all over the Midlands.


There are a number of pay and display car parks throughout the city centre.

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