Baxi Boiler Training

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Baxi Boiler is a manufacturing company based in the United Kingdom that specialises in large storage containers, or vats, that store gas used for heat, water temperature and power. Baxi Boiler workers, also known as boilermakers, install, monitor and repair these boilers, which are mostly used for homes and businesses.


Baxi Boiler workers must possess an education from a secondary school, or a high-school level education. Areas of study for these professionals, as with all boilermakers, include science, mathematics, welding and physics. Many trade or vocational schools offer training in welding.


Baxi Boiler workers are required to serve an apprenticeship, or a combination of classroom instruction, hands-on instruction and testing. Apprenticeship programs are considered the best and most thorough form of training for boilermakers, typically lasting anywhere from two to four years.

On the Job

Baxi Boiler workers are expected to continue training after getting hired, learning the specifics of their position -- as well as company guidelines -- while on the job. Baxi trains its boilermakers via training supervisors, managers and experienced workers.

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