73 training courses found
The City & Guilds Non Domestic Energy Assessor (NDEA) Training course is aimed at existing qualified Domestic Energy Assessors wishing to produce Energy Performance Certificates (EPC's) for commercial properties. Purpose of the Non Domestic Energy Assessor Training Course To give delegates the required knowledge to qualify and register as a Non Domestic Energy Assessor (NDEA).
Only accredited and suitably qualified Domestic Energy Assessors (and existing Home Inspectors) will be allowed to carry out the Energy Assessment of the 1 million plus homes which come to the market each year. All rental properties with a new tenancy, as well as sold houses in England and Wales require an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC).
The launch of the Renewable Heat Incentive and the Green Deal has seen a major increase in the demand for Solar Thermal Hot Water systems. This Bpec Solar Thermal Hot Water Installer course is mapped to the National Occupational Standards (NOS) and Qualifications Curriculum Framework (QCF).
This Bpec Water Regulations course is a 1 day training and assessment session and covers the knowledge required to be assessed on the Bpec Water Regulation certificate. After successful completion of the course you will be able to apply to your local water company to be an 'approved contractor' for water regulation purposes.
This Bpec Unvented Hot Water Systems course is aimed at plumbers and heating engineers wanting to legally install, service or commission domestic hot water systems in the UK. It is a legal requirement of the building regulations that all domestic unvented hot water systems over 15 litres capacity are maintained by a qualified person.
The Bpec Part L Energy Efficiency training course is approved by the Energy Savings Trust, Gas Safe and the Heating and Hot Water Information Council. The content and focus of both training and the assessments is appropriate to the requirements of plumbers, gas engineers and renewable energy installers, but also satisfies compliance with Approved Document L1 (Parts A and B) of the Building Regulations.
This City & Guilds Accredited PV installation course is aimed at those involved with the installation of on-roof solar PV panels including qualified roofers and labourers. This PV installation course covers a basic introductory level to PV components, health & safety awareness, different types of roof mounting equipment, shading awareness and electrical connections.
BPEC G59 Solar PV Systems up to 100kWp Training Course Overview Introduction to G59 grid connected PV systems Protection requirements W
Course Summary This Photovoltaic Sales and Surveyor training course will give companies and individuals the knowledge of PV in order that they can successfully survey and sell PV installations to prospective customers. As well as giving the expertise of selling and surveying PV systems, this course will also familiarise you with PV Technologies, the Feed in Tariff (FiT), understanding the Micro-generation Certification Scheme (MCS) and will also cover Building Regulations and Planning Permission.
Bpec Heat Pumps (Ground Source Heat Pumps & Air Source Heat Pumps) Course Overview: Heat Pumps provide one of the most energy-efficient ways of heating buildings. This ground source and air source heat pump installers course has been approved by the Ground Source Heat Pumps Association for operatives within the plumbing, heating and renewable industries, to gain the required skills to design, install and commission ground source and air source heat pump systems.
Who should attend? This course is aimed at people who have passed their 17th edition wiring regulations, you will be required to supply a copy of your certificate on the first day of the course. To attend this course will be Part P registered or already have the ability to work to the standard required to join a competent person’s scheme or can provide evidence of Inspection and Testing.
Companies carrying out the installation of MCS (Microgeneration) technologies must comply with UK Building Regulations. In addition, if installations are to attract financial incentives such as Feed in Tariffs , installers and equipment must be certificated under the Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS) which operates under the authority of the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC).
This Bpec Biomass Installer training course is aimed at qualified heating engineers who wish to install domestic wood-based biomass heating systems, including both space heating and central heating appliances. This Bpec Biomass Installer training course incorporates both Core Solid Fuel and Biomass Heating Systems and is aimed at qualified heating engineers who wish to install domestic solid wood-based Biomass Heating Systems.
MCS Quality Management System (QMS) Awareness Training Course Overview Introduction to MCS Overview of MCS Scheme Requirements and I
This PAS2030 training course is aimed at individuals or companies who want to become Green Deal Installers therefore are required to operate a PAS2030 compatible quality management system (QMS). The course provides a complete bespoke online QMS designed around the unique operations of your company, PAS 2030 (Green Deal) and the Green Deal Code of Practice.
This F-Gas course is designed for those working within the refrigeration and air-conditioning industry who need to meet the legal requirements for working with Flourinated Gases, or F-Gases, and other ozone depleting substances. The F-Gas training course is for those wishing to be covered for all four categories; leak checking, refrigerant recovery, service/maintenance, and installation.
Who should attend? Candidates who work in the refrigeration, air conditioning and heat pump sector and are required to handle fluorinated gases and ozone depleting substances. Those attending the course should have an underpinning knowledge of the theory and practical elements of vapour compression refrigeration systems and its associated equipment.
Who should attend This Emergency First Aid at work training course is aimed at individuals who work in low risk environments that present very few hazards. Employers should carry out an assessment of first aid needs to determine the number of staff required to be qualified in Emergency First Aid at Work.
Who should attend? This course is aimed at all employees and is designed to improve the safety culture within an organisation. It focuses on how individual actions contribute to health and safety in the workplace.
Who should attend? The course is intended for line managers requiring a broad-based knowledge of health and safety and safe systems of work. It is also suitable for those who do not wish to progress to the level of professional qualification, but would benefit from attending an accredited health and safety management course.