By JR | Blog
Each month, we’re interviewing a different member of our team. This month we spoke to Installations Engineer Liam Titchener, who has recently become Gas Safe registered.
We’re thrilled to announce that Liam has recently completed his training and is now Gas Safe registered.
Liam is pictured centre above with his Gas Safe registration certificate (with George Tolley, left and Neil Stevenson, right). He’s been working with us for a while, studying for his apprenticeship and then his Gas Safe qualifications.
How long have you worked for Stevenson’s, Liam?
I have worked at Stevenson’s for just over three years as a heating engineer. Before that, I worked in the office for a year around eight years ago, booking in surveys and jobs.
What relevant training and qualifications have you done?
I studied for an apprenticeship through Bromley College (part of London South East Colleges). Through my apprenticeship I gained an NVQ Level 2 in Plumbing and Heating.
I’ve also recently studied at Carshalton College for my Gas Safe qualification, which means I’m now Gas Safe registered. Overall, my training to become qualified and registered took me around three and a half years.
What’s involved in your role?
As Installations Engineer, I mainly carry out boiler installations, but I also do a bit of servicing, service jobs and plumbing jobs.
What did you do before working at Stevenson’s?
When I left school, I studied Sports Development and Training at college. I became an FA Level 2 Football Coach, coaching in primary schools around the local area. A few times, I was also a body double on some football adverts, which was an interesting and exciting experience!
What would you like to achieve in your current role?
I will continue to uphold the installations department’s aim, which is to carry out boiler installations professionally and cater to customers’ needs. This gives you a rewarding feeling once the job is complete.
What are your future career ambitions?
I would like to gain more knowledge and experience and progress up within Stevenson Heating.
What do you like about working for Stevenson Heating?
The supportive and friendly working environment!
Do you have any hobbies or interests?
I am a season ticket holder at Chelsea and have followed them both home and away for as long as I can remember!
Do you prefer tea or coffee?
Coffee in the morning, and then tea during the day.
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