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OFTEC’s competent person scheme

OFTEC offers a registration scheme for heating technicians which provides significant benefits to all who join. Our Government approved* competent person scheme is available to all qualified technicians and this site will provide you with all the information you need to apply for registration.

*Applies in England, Wales, Isle of Man and the Channel Islands.

5 reasons to register

  • Demonstrate your competence
  • Self-certify* your work
  • Obtain free technical advice
  • Access discounts with OFTEC direct
  • Marketing help and online listing

Areas of registration

Competent person scheme

Oil registration

OFTEC Competent Person Scheme Oil Registration

Solid fuel registration

OFTEC competent person scheme Solid Fuel Registration

Renewable registration

OFTEC competent person scheme Renewable Registration

Extensions of registration

Non-operative oil registration

OFTEC competent person scheme Oil Non-operative Registration

Electrical (Part P) registration

OFTEC competent person scheme Part P Registration

PAS 2030 registration

PAS 2030 Certification

MCS renewable registration

OFTEC MCS Renewable Registration


RSS News and press releases

  • County’s oil heated households enjoy the cheapest fuel bills, says new report March 22, 2017
    With five of the big six energy suppliers announcing significant price increases to consumers, oil heated households will welcome news that they continue to enjoy the cheapest fuel bills of all the main heating systems, according to a new report*.Despite an increase in cost over the winter, an average three bedroom household on oil is […]
  • New fuel poverty campaign kicks off in the county March 9, 2017
    A new campaign is launching this week to help the growing number of people in the UK struggling with their heating costs as a recent government report reveals 15% of households are now living in fuel poverty*. There are currently 2.38 million households in the UK classed as ‘fuel poor’, meaning they can’t afford to […]

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