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Dual Fuel Smart Meter Installer Level 2

Dual Fuel Smart Meter Installation forms a key part of the Smart Government mandate to reduce carbon emissions and improve energy management. Dual Fuel Smart Meter Installers are responsible for the safe installation, exchange, commission, decommission and ongoing maintenance of Smart metering systems. This includes the explanation of how these work and giving up to date energy efficiency advice to the customer. The role is physical in nature, and may involve lifting and moving of equipment, working at heights and working in confined spaces. This occupation entails a high level of safety critical activities whilst working in customer properties. Therefore there is a rigorous requirement for a disciplined, responsible and professional approach to work that provides customer service excellence at all times. This apprenticeship will typically take 14 months.

To read the full details of the published Apprenticeship Assessment Plan please click here.

When this apprenticeship was designed, employer groups worked together to produce a set of units and rules of combination that can be used in support of the on-programme journey. A summary of these units can be accessed here.  If you would like to find out more, please contact us at units@euskills.co.uk.


Gas Network Craftsperson Level 3

The main role of a Gas Network Craftsperson is to safely build, maintain and repair components of the UK’s gas network infrastructure to provide a reliable supply of gas to domestic, commercial and industrial users. There are three main roles within the apprenticeship:

  • Network Maintenance Craftsperson (Electrical & Instrumentation)
  • Network Maintenance Craftsperson (Pressure Management)
  • Emergency Response Craftsperson

This apprenticeship will typically take between 24 and 36 months for the Network Maintenance pathways and between 12 and 18 months for the Emergency Response pathway.

Network Maintenance Craftsperson (Electrical & Instrumentation) – Installs, maintains and repairs either electrical or instrumentation equipment that is used for the safe and efficient operation of the United Kingdom’s gas network.

Network Maintenance Craftsperson (Pressure Management) – Installs, maintains and repairs pressure control equipment that is used for the safe and efficient operation of the United Kingdom’s gas network.

Emergency Response Craftsperson – Gas emergency response personnel is to attend public reported gas emergencies, both inside and outside of property. The job title varies from Network to Network, the most recognised job titles being First Call Operative, First Call Engineer and Emergency Lead Engineer.

To read the full details of the published Apprenticeship Assessment Plan please click here.

When this apprenticeship was designed, employer groups worked together to produce a set of units and rules of combination that can be used in support of the on-programme journey. A summary of these units can be accessed here.  If you would like to find out more, please contact us at units@euskills.co.uk 


Gas Network Team Leader Level 2

The main role of a Gas Network Distribution Team Leader is to safely build, maintain and repair the UK’s gas network infrastructure to provide a reliable supply of gas to domestic, commercial and industrial users. There are two job roles within this occupation:

  • Team Leader: Service laying
  • Team Leader: Mains laying

This apprenticeship will typically take between 12 and 18 months.

Gas Network Service Layer Team Leader – Installs, replaces and maintains gas services, which supply individual domestic and commercial premises. Their activities involve a number of technical and safety related skills to ensure gas is delivered in a safe and reliable manner.

Gas Network Mains Layer Team Leader – Installs, replaces and maintains gas mains, which supply large numbers of domestic, commercial and industrial premises. Their activities involve a number of technical and safety related skills to ensure gas is delivered in a safe and reliable manner.

To read the full details of the published Apprenticeship Assessment Plan please click here.

When this apprenticeship was designed, employer groups worked together to produce a set of units and rules of combination that can be used in support of the on-programme journey. A summary of these units can be accessed here.  If you would like to find out more, please contact us at units@euskills.co.uk.


Gas engineering Level 3

Gas engineers develop a range of engineering and scientific skills to provide vital services to both homes and commercial properties including installing, commissioning, servicing, repairing and testing a variety of gas appliances.  These appliances range from domestic central heating systems to non-domestic ducted air heaters and hot water storage systems.

This apprenticeship will typically take 18 months.

The Gas engineering Apprenticeship has two specialisms:

  • Domestic Gas engineer
  • Non-domestic Gas engineer

Domestic Gas engineer – Involves the safe installation, commission, decommission and the ongoing service and repair of gas appliances in a domestic setting.

Non-domestic Gas engineer – Involves the safe installation, commission, decommission and the ongoing service and repair of gas appliances in a non-domestic setting.

To read the full details of the published Apprenticeship Assessment Plan please click here.

When this apprenticeship was designed, employer groups worked together to produce a set of units and rules of combination that can be used in support of the on-programme journey. A summary of these units can be accessed here.  If you would like to find out more, please contact us at units@euskills.co.uk.


Find out more

To find out how the Energy & Utilities Independent Assessment Service can help you, please contact us on enquiries@euias.co.uk. You can also call us on +44 (0) 845 077 99 22 or complete our online enquiry form.