Welcome to Quodox training, offering accredited courses in energy assessment. We pride ourselves in training assessors to make Britain’s properties more energy efficient, environmentally friendly, and GREEN! We are proud to say we have a 100% pass rate.
The energy assessor is responsible for carrying out an energy assessment on a building with reasonable care and skill and for producing an EPC and recommendation report following the assessment. S/he is also responsible for entering the certificate onto the national register before giving it to the person who commissioned it.
Accreditation schemes ensure energy assessors are competent and possess the appropriate skills to conduct these assessments. An individual is required to either have a recognised qualification from an awarding body or approved prior experience and learning equivalent to the National Occupational Standard requirements.
The energy assessor must use the latest version of the approved calculation methods software to produce the EPC and recommendation report.
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With up to 1.5 million properties requiring an assessment every year, the possibilities are endless. Learn how to produce an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) or Green Deal Report (GDAR) using Reduces data Standard Assessment Procedure (RdSAP) on domestic and non domestic properties.
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Energy Assessment is a regulated industry in the UK and is undertaken across a number of different situations including domestic buildings, non-domestic and commercial buildings, and air-conditioning systems. The Domestic Energy Assessor produces an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) using the most recent version of RdSAP when a building is sold or let, and an accredited Assessor can deal with both the sales and lettings markets.
The Green Deal Advisor course will enable successful candidates to become fully qualified GDA' and carry out Green Deal qualifying assessment to produce a Green Deal Advice Report (GDAR) that explains the findings and recommendations. This will be a pre-requisite for any person who wishes to obtain Green Deal Finance in order to pay for the installation of energy-efficiency measures at their property.
The Green Deal is the UK Government's flagship policy on energy efficiency in buildings. The Green Deal assessment process will make recommendations for energy efficiency improvements at a property and predict the likely energy savings were the improvements to be installed.