This course enables candidates to comply with Part L1 of the Building Regulations.
Over the last few years it has become increasingly important to install energy efficient heating systems in order to deliver reduced carbon dioxide emissions and comply with increased legislation.
Heating installers play a key role in advising householders on which boilers to install. This training programme will help candidates to understand the relationship between energy to the Building Regulations and how these will impact on your day-to-day business.PLEASE NOTE: This course can be undertaken 'on-site' at the delegates' premises. Please contact our office on 01579 348544 or firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.
Course objectives/key benefits
To provide the knowledge and understanding required to advise members of the public about the benefits of energy saving measures.
- Required in order to undertake Solar Domestic Hot Water installer's course
- Provides an understanding of Building Regulations Approved Document Part L1
Who is the course aimed at?
Heating Engineers, Domestic Energy Assessors, surveyors, sales persons, specifiers and anyone else involved in energy saving measures.
There are no entry/pre-requisite requirements to undertaking this course, although it would be beneficial to have a basic understanding of heating controls and systems
- Requirements of Building Regulations Part L1A & L1B
- Seasonal Efficiency of Domestic Boilers in the UK (SEDBUK)
- Standard Assessment Procedure (SAP)
- Basic and recommended good practice on gas, oil, solar, ground source and solid fuel heating installations
- Domestic Heating Sizing Method
Multiple-choice question paper
Candidates who successfully complete the assessment will receive a certificate of competence from CERT-AIN, the awarding body.
Candidates will be provided with a training pack
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