APHC Installation of Solid Fuel Appliances and Heating Systems Fed By Solid Fuel in Domestic Properties
This course has been written by the Approved Plumbing and Heat Contractors (APHC).
The training course is a method of proving competence in the installation of solid appliances and heating systems fed by solid fuels under the requirements of Building Regulations Competent Persons Schemes.
PLEASE NOTE: Anyone who undertakes and successfully completes this course will need to register themselves with the APHC Competent Persons Scheme - NOT HETAS.
Course objectives/key benefits
To provide the relevant knowledge and understanding to meet the requirements of current Building Regulations for the design and installation of solid fuel appliances and heating systems fed by solid fuel in domestic properties.
Who is the course aimed at?
Anyone involved or who intends to become involved in the design and installation of solid fuel heating systems.
This does not just apply to installers but also architects, specifiers, merchants, chimney sweeps etc.
This course (or an equivalent) is also a pre-requisite requirement for the Biomass course.
The course is aimed primarily at practising heating engineers who already have some knowledge of the fundamental requirements of solid fuel appliances and heating systems.
- Solid fuel wood burning appliances/pellet stoves
- Requirements of Part J and Part L1 of the Building Regulations
- SEDBUK efficiency
- Design and installation of solid fuel appliances and heating systems
- Storage of fuel and testing for moisture content
Multiple-choice question paper
Candidates who successfully complete the assessment will receive an APHC Solid Fuel certificate of competence.
Once certificated that person will be able to register to join the APHC Competent Persons Scheme.
Candidates will be provided with an APHC Solid Fuel Installations manual
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