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This covers all aspects of the 1999 Water Regulations including water fittings, system design and installation, prevention of cross contamination, back flow prevention and water for use outside a property.
This course will educate plumbing and heating engineers on the installation and safety requirements of unvented hot water systems, gaining an understanding of pipework, testing safety controls, installation requirements, commissioning, and servicing.
You will gain a comprehensive understanding of Part L of building regulations, including learning surrounding boiler sizing, the importance of SEDBUK ratings, principles of gas condensing boilers, hot water cylinder replacements, controls, and environmental consequences.
Designed for heating and plumbing engineers, this course will provide the necessary skills for the design, installation, testing, commissioning, handover, servicing and fault-finding of ground and air source heat pump systems in accordance with the latest NOS/QCF criteria and MCS scheme requirements.
Our solar thermal hot water courses will equipt plumbing and heating engineers with the appropriate knowledge and skills regarding the design, installation, testing, commissioning, handover, servicing and fault finding of solar thermal hot water systems in accordance with the latest NOS/QCF criteria and MCS scheme requirements.
You will learn to install underfloor heating in the most common types of floor construction, integrate the underfloor heating with a suitable domestic hot water cylinder, and understand the design of the underfloor heating system.
This is for electricians who are looking to expand their skillset surrounding electric vehicle charging stations, gaining additional knowledge about individual charging stations and the regulations about the installation.
This qualification provides an understanding of PV systems with a view to applying for Competent Persons, Micro-Generation Scheme and/or Green Deal registration. The is designed in accordance with the latest NOS/QCF criteria and MCS scheme requirements.
This qualification covers the installation of AC or DC coupled systems into low-voltage installations, covering the particular requirements of BS 7671, reflecting the guidance provided by the IET Code of Practice for Electrical Energy Storage Systems.
This 6-hour CPD workshop will provide a full overview of the latest revision to BS 7671:2018 ‘Requirements for Electrical Installations - IET Wiring Regulations Eighteenth Edition’ brought about by the release of Amendment 2:2022.
Who is eligible to apply for our green energy skills bootcamp?
All courses in our bootcamp are available to all adults over the age of 18 who have the right to live and work in the UK, and who have also lived in the UK/EU for the last three years. Candidates can either be employed, self-employed, unemployed or an employer looking to upskill your workforce
What qualifications do I need to have prior to starting this course?
All heating candidates must have at least a Level 2 NVQ in plumbing, gas or heating and vent and electrical candidates must have at least a Level 3 NVQ/Diploma Electrotechnical
Do I have to pay for the course?
If you are self-employed or unemployed, you are eligible for full funding and do not have to pay. If you are employed - your employer will be required to make contribution towards the course fee, with the remainder of your course fee funded by the Department for Education (DfE). If you are an employer with 249 employees or less, you will be required to contribute 10% of the course fee, with the remainder of your course fee funded by the Department for Education (DfE). If you are an employer with 250 employers or more, you will be required to contribute 30% of the course fee, with the remainder of your course fee funded by the Department for Education (DfE).
How long is the course?
The course is nine days which is fully flexible and can be carried out during evenings and weekends to allow all candidates to wrap around work commitments.
Where will the course take place?
The course is available in three locations: Liverpool, Bury and Rochdale. We are now offering an alternative course with 70% remote learning via Microsoft Teams and 30% in-centre practical learning. All candidates can carry out the majority of learning online and will be filtered into the nearest venue for practical learning in either Liverpool, Rochdale or Bury.
What do I need to bring with me?
We will provide everything you need while you are enrolled on the course, with the exception of safety boots when you are taking part in in-person training.
Is lunch provided?
Tea and coffee are available to purchase on site and there are facilities in the local area to purchase snacks and lunches.
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