Updated December 2022
Considering a career as a gas fitter, installing and maintaining gas lines, regulators, meters, and appliances?
It's a good time to get into this trade in Ontario. The Government of Canada Job Bank expects good employment growth for gas fitters in the province over the next few years.
And you can make a good living in this field. According to the Job Bank, Ontario gas fitters earn a median salary of about $62,000. At the high end, they're making more than $83,000.
But if you want to become a gas fitter, you need to earn a licence from the TSSA. Your first step is to understand the certification and licensing process for gas fitters in Ontario.
We're here to break it down in simple terms. We'll guide you through the different levels of gas fitter licensing (G1, G2, G3), the TSSA exams, and training options for beginners.
Let's dive in.