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ERS Certificate for Building Regs (Part L) Energy Efficiency for Domestic Heating

The ERS Energy Efficiency for Domestic Heating Certificate is aimed at the professional heating installer who works in domestic properties. This course will prepare you for self certification to meet the requirements of Part L Building Regulations 2005 and subsequent amendments. The certificate demonstrates competence in domestic energy efficiency and is recognised by Gas Safe Register and other relevant bodies.
 
This course is particularly designed and aimed at professional heating installer who work in domestic properties and operatives who have just successfully completed their ACS Core Gas Safety (CCN1) and Central Heating Boilers/Water Heaters (CENWAT1) and Warm Air Heaters (DAH1). Part L self certification documentation issued by operatives to households upon each installation, are viewd as essential evidence of compliance when properties are sold or there is a change of ownership.

 

Qualification

ERS Certificate in Domestic Energy Efficiency.

Attendance/Course Duration

Half Day (8.15am to 12.30pm).

Entry Requirements

No formal qualifications required

Content

The course will guide operatives through the use of the Whole House method of sizing for boilers, Central Heating System Specification (CHeSS), SAP ratings, CO2 dwelling emission rates (DER) and energy costs etc.

Assessment

The open book multiple choice theory paper assessment will be carried out on the same day with feedback upon completion.

Additional Information

Candidates are required to bring their National Insurance Number upon attending the course.

 

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