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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 registration

OFTEC competent person scheme 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

  • New reports back biofuel as the future for oil heated homes during first green GB week October 16, 2018
    As the UK marks its first ever 'Green GB Week' (15-19 Oct) to promote action on climate change, OFTEC has received further evidence that its work to develop a low carbon liquid fuel to replace kerosene could provide the answer to reducing carbon emissions from heating rural homes. Earlier this year, OFTEC commissioned a series […]
  • Used cooking oil to heat rural homes to tackle climate change October 16, 2018
    Heating rural homes with used cooking oil may be the most effective way of reducing their carbon emissions, according to industry experts.The proposal has been put forward during the first ever Green GB Week (15-19 October), a government campaign calling for more action to reduce the impact of climate change, and shortly after the world's […]

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