There are two necessary qualifications to make an application for the CSCS Partner Scheme JIB Blue Gas Engineer Card. You will need to hold an NVQ Level 2 or equivalent in one of the accepted disciplines, certifying you as a Gas Service Engineer. This could be completed as a college diploma.
You will also need to take the mandatory CITB Health, Safety and Environment Test for Specialists - Plumbing (JIB). The result is valid for 2 years and you will need the score report for your blue card application. This can be completed at your local, CITB-approved test centre.
About the CITB Test for Gas Engineer JIB Card
In order to attain any CSCS card it is required that you take the correct CITB test for your occupation and accompanying qualifications. The CITB Health, Safety, and Environment Specialist JIB test consists of 50 multiple-choice questions. There are questions focused on basic health, safety and environmental topics related to construction, as well as the specialist questions. In order to pass, you will need to have answered at least 45 questions correctly. Tests are carried out in CITB’s approved centres.
It is very important you revise in advance of your test, as according to statistics the majority of candidates who do not pass their CITB test failed to study for the test in advance.
Booking your CITB Test for JIB Gas Engineer Card
To book your CITB Gas Engineer test, use our simple booking form. Fill in your details and select the ‘JIB’ test. You can then choose your preferred test date and centre. Once this has been completed, you will be able to securely provide your payment information. Your booking information should arrive within around 24 hours.