Certified Energy Training
JWP Success Ltd delivers training for the UK’s largest Accreditation Body STROMA Certification. We are known for ‘courses with character’, as we inject humour and personality in to our training delivery.
A domestic energy assessor is responsible for producing an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC), for a domestic property.
An EPC is a mandatory requirement for any property in the UK, which is being sold or rented and the certificate is valid for a period of 10 years. The duties of the Energy Assessor are performed on-site in the property being assessed and the report will require the following details:
- Establishing the age and construction method of the property.
- Measuring floor and wall areas of the property.
- Looking at heating systems including the boiler, heat emitters and controls.
- Identifying existing cavity wall and loft insulation.
- Identifying any alternative heating (e.g. solar) and energy-efficient products (e.g. energy saving light bulbs).
In addition to the above requirements for the report, the EPC now serves another important purpose, when considering energy efficiency measures, funded by the Energy Company Obligation schemes (ECO), or the ‘former’ Green Homes Grant initiatives.
Working with the leading Certification Body, STROMA Certification, JWP Success Ltd can offer you Domestic Energy Assessor Training, which will not only equip you with the relevant, NVQ Level 3 qualification to undertake energy assessments, but will provide several avenues for career development and job progression.
Job security is far greater in the energy market than any other industry at present.
What is PAS 2030 and what does it mean to me?
PAS stands for ‘Publicly Available Specification’
The PAS 2035:2019 ‘Retrofitting dwellings for improved energy efficiency’, came into force on 1st January 2020. It is the key standard for Installers wanting to fit measures in to a property, under the ‘Energy Company Obligation’ (ECO) Scheme.
Many installers are currently working to the PAS 2030:2017 standard, which was accepted for the installation of measures covered by the Green Homes Grant scheme (now over), but all new PAS Installers will NEED to work with the latest PAS 2030:2019 if they are wanting to work with the ECO funding in the future.
JWPS can support you through this process, we understand that when people work in the trade, they prefer to be ‘on the tools’, rather than ‘in the classroom’. We have many years experience working with trade professionals and work with partners who can assist you with:
- Obtaining the right paperwork (Quality Management System)
- Ongoing support to complete the PAS standard in order to achieve certification
In addition to this, we can advise on the ‘Retrofit Process’ which is a requirement under the latest 2019 specification.
What is PAS 2035 Retrofit Assessor Role and is it right for me?
PAS 2035 is the specification that goes hand in hand with the PAS 2030:2019. Simply put, you cannot use one without the other.
The Retrofit Assessor, is a key (mandatory) component for the PAS2035 specification under certain Risk Paths associated with each project. You will be onsite collecting evidence and information on the condition of the property and any associated defects. These will include:
- Condition Report
- Ventilation Risk Assessment
- Assessment of Significance (if required)
- Occupancy Assessment
- Estimating fuel usage
It is therefore a requirement for you to be a qualified Domestic Energy Assessor (DEA), as this is the entry level for this course. JWP Success can also offer you training on the Domestic Energy Assessor Course with STROMA, at NVQ, ABBE Level 3.
What does ‘Bespoke’ mean to me?
Exactly as it sounds, JWP Success Ltd is a Highfields Accredited Training Centre, which means that we can custom make a course, which is specific to your business.
For example, you may want your company recognised as an industry leader in ‘Insulation Measures’.
We can tailor make a course for your business, that all your employees, or sub contractors have to attend, prior to installing your product. They would be ‘Accredited’ to your company standard and in return, your customers would recognise your quality mark and expect the high standards that you have worked so hard to maintain.
Having a good reputation in the energy and installation industry is pivotal with so much competition.
Think of Greggs the bakers, Marks and Spencer the retailers, McDonalds, the fast food chain… all of these businesses have their own ‘in house’ training standard and recognised ‘accreditation’, so every employee and worker has to undergo a full training program, before engaging with the companies customers.
If you want recognition of quality, for your brand, talk to us, we can write industry specific content and tie the material in with your code of conduct standards.
JWP Success Ltd can provide ID cards and Lanyards with your brand on for all your trainees who pass these courses.
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