Gas Training Courses Manchester

Located in central Manchester and within walking distance of Manchester Piccadilly train station, we’re in the ideal place for students to reach. With many people travelling from all over the UK and overseas, our Manchester training centre is top-rated.

We have developed our Manchester gas, plumbing and renewables training courses to suit students with little to no experience. However, courses can be tailored should you already have experience.

Whether you’re a beginner to the trade or an experienced tradesperson looking to obtain a specific qualification, Options Skills can help. Our fully equipped Manchester training centre is the perfect place to gain your qualifications.

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

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Training Centres

Training centres in Birmingham, Manchester, and London.

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No qualifications or experience required.

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Manchester Gas Training Courses

We offer Manchester gas training courses from our fully equipped training centre, delivered by experienced tutors. Our gas and renewables courses are designed to teach you both the skills and knowledge you need 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)
  • 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)

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.

At our Manchester centre, we operate an open-door policy, so we welcome anyone interested in training with us to come 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 Manchester

68 Grosvenor Street
M1 7EW


Manchester Piccadilly station is just a short walk from our Manchester Training Centre


Our city centre location means we’re accessible by bus and tram from across Manchester and the surrounding areas.


There is an abundance of affordable multistorey and pay and display car parking throughout the city centre.

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