IGNITE Gas Training is modern facility designed to support those new to the gas industry as well as existing engineers working within the gas and heating sector. Specialising in domestic and non-domestic gas as well as developing the portfolios of engineers within LPG, catering and commerical, IGNITE Gas Training can offer training and assessment to suit all needs and career stages.
IGNITE will also offer a number of start-up sessions for heating engineers and other trades who are interested in starting their own companies or developing their business understanding and greater awareness of emerging markets within the gas and construction industry.
We have selected a range of courses to make sure that candidates and engineers have access to a variety of training opportunities. We are also constantly looking for new courses and ways to improve the experience and quality of the training and the courses that we offer and so, if there is a course that interests you which is not listed please let us know and we can discuss further.
Brett Garrick is the Director of lGNITE Gas Training. Starting his early career in engineering and specialising in mechanical engineering, Brett then moved into the gas industry, qualifying as a gas engineer and has been training, assessing as well as undertaking an IV role and managing a gas assessment centre in the North East for several years.
Brett is a fully qualified trainer, assessor and IV who is well aware of the importance of high quality training which caters to the needs and learning styles of all candidates and engineers. Brett's experience has also been essential in designing a top quality training facility, classrooms and courses.
"It is paramount that all candidates and engineers receive an exceptional training experience and leave feeling more knowledgeable and confident in their skills through the training and assessment they have received. There has also never been a more exciting time to become a gas engineer and IGNITE Gas Training can help you achieve and start that journey." - Brett