What is the qualification about?
The course covers the requirements detailed under Part L of the Building Regulations.
Who is it for & why is it important to me?
The Energy Efficiency for Domestic Heating course is designed for heating engineers looking to self-certificate their installations through one of the Competent Persons Schemes (CPS).
How long is the course and what is included?
1 day – The Energy Efficiency for Domestic Heating course involves a written assessment at the end of the training.
Lunch and refreshments throughout the day are included during the training course
What does the course cover?
Energy usage and the environment
Current legislation and building regulations
Current energy efficiency guidance documents
Domestic heating market and SEDBUK rating of appliances
Guidance on installing high efficiency appliances
Whole-house boiler sizing methodology and calculations
Guidance to consumers
Best practice in heating systems and controls
Commissioning systems for maximum efficiency
How will I learn and be assessed?
The course is a split into Training and a written Assessment element.
What do I need to bring to the course?
If you are taking this as a Re-sit, please bring a copy of your previous certificate.
You will also be required to bring a passport style photo.
Who is the certification body for this course?
What can this qualification lead on to?
Environmental Technologies Awareness (Introduction to Renewables)
Air source / Ground source Heat pump Installer
Solar Thermal Installer
Wood Pellet Burning Appliances (Biomass) Installer
MCS Made Easy