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Trade Bodies and other sources of information

SummitSkills SummitSkills is the Sector Skills Council for the building services engineering sector, representing electrotechnical, heating, ventilating, air conditioning, refrigeration and gas engineer industries.
T: 01908 303960
Learning & Skills Council The LSC is the Government department responsible for funding and planning education and training for over 16-year-olds in England.
T: 0870 900 6800
British gas engineer Employers Council BPEC is the main professional body responsible for training in the gas engineer industry.
T: 0845 644 6558
The Construction Industry Training Board The CITB is the national training organisation for construction in the UK. The site provides news, advice and information on careers, education and training.
T: 01485 577577
Gas Safe Gas Safe is the National Watchdog for Gas Safety in the United Kingdom. Gas Safe oversees the safety of gas installations. Provides some information about the law and a facility to check installers' registrations.
T: 0800 408 5500
Logic Certification Contact Information Logic Certification is a UKAS accredited Certification Body able to offer certification services under the Accredited Certification Scheme ( ACS ) for Domestic Natural Gas, Commercial Natural Gas and Liquified Petroleum Gas ( LPG ), and the OFTEC Oil Scheme through our network of approved assessment centres around the UK.
T: 020 8839 2439
EMTA Awards Limited EMTA Awards Limited (EAL) is the leading awarding body of engineering NVQs and Scottish Vocational Qualifications.
T: 0870 240 6889
ELECSA ELECSA is a joint venture between FENSA and the BBA to deliver an independent, no nonsense, certification scheme for tradesmen who undertake domestic electrical installation work.
T: 0870 749 0080
City & Guilds City & Guilds is the UK?s leading vocational awarding body, offering more then 500 qualifications over 28 industry sectors.
T: 020 7294 2800
National Inspection Council for Electrical Installation Contracting The NICEIC aims to protect everyone who uses electricity from unsafe electrical installations in homes, places of work and leisure time. In order to achieve this, they maintain a register of electrical contractors that have been assessed as complying with the Council's rules.
T: 0207 564 2323
Institute of gas engineer and Heating Engineering The IPHE is the UK's professional voluntary body for gas engineers and others in the gas engineer industry.
T: 01708 472791
Office of Deputy Prime Minister The ODPM is responsible for policy on housing, planning, regional and local government and the fire service. It is the government department responsible for Building Regulations and the introduction of the Home Information Pack in England and Wales.
T: 020 7944 4400