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Domestic Energy Assessor (DEA) City & Guilds 6361-01

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Domestic Energy Assessor (DEA) City & Guilds 6361-01

Aylesford AY02 (Kent)
19 November 2012 // 08:30

24 November 2012 // 17:00

£1,650.00 GBP + VAT


Course Description:

Domestic Energy Assessor - City & Guilds 6361-01 (DEA)
 
Aimed at those seeking employment as a domestic energy assessor

 

  • Includes comprehensive training material
  • Energy Performance Certificates still required even with the Government suspending HIP Packs
  • All individuals are required to register with one of the accreditation bodies such as Elmhurst or Northgate. There is a cost for this service (yearly lodgement fee).
  • All 5 required domestic energy assessment properties are arranged and undertaken during the course
  • Runs Monday to Saturday (inclusive), some late night working maybe required until 6:30pm (excluding last day)
  • Also included on the course is free DEA registration.
  • RdSAP software included at no cost



All 5 domestic energy assessments arranged during the course

Only accredited and suitably qualified DEAs (and existing Home Inspectors) will be allowed to carry out the Energy Assessment of the 1 million plus homes which come to the market each year all rental properties with a new tenancy in England and Wales will be required to have an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC).

DEAs will collect data on the dimensions, construction, heating and hot water provision of the property, and enter the information into an approved software program.
This, in turn, will produce the EPC. The first part of the certificate is a benchmarked measure of the home's energy performance on a scale A to G, where A is very efficient and G is at the other end of the spectrum.

The second part of the EPC is cost effective recommendations for improving the energy performance of the home, information on renewable energy and recommendations on energy efficient behavior.


What is an EPC?


The Energy Performance Certificate will look broadly similar to a certificate on a refrigerator.
Its purpose is to record, in a clear unambiguous format, how energy efficient the home is as a building. Using colour charts, the EPC records the current rating and compares this with the rating at which the owner or tenant should aim.
The City & Guilds 6361 Domestic Energy Assessor Course contains both theory and practical elements in the course, as well as building you own portfolio based on 5 properties we will give you access to.

Theory Overview:

 

  • Soft skills (time management, improving self, develop relationships)
  • Health and safety (maintain safe working practices)
  • Building construction (DEA)
  • Renewable Energy Sources
  • Heating and Lighting
  • Written TEST - Mandatory for DEA


Practical Overview:

Prepare for, undertake and complete Domestic Energy Assessments. This unit will be assessed by the production of at least 5 assignments, effectively the production of at least 5 Energy Performance Certificates (EPC's).

Candidates must cover ALL of the following housing types at least once when completing the assignments:

  • Terraced
  • Semi Detached
  • Detached
  • Flat
  • maisonette


The EPC's must cover at least five of the following six issues.

  • Extensions
  • Alternative wall type
  • Room in roof
  • Solid wall construction
  • Conservatory
  • Converted former non domestic.


You will be given access to software that will produce an Energy Performance Certificate based on the information you have gathered during your visit.
We shall arrange for you to visit FIVE different types of properties where you will conduct an inspection. You will gather evidence from the properties identifying the age, its construction, the type of insulation and heating system used, and you will produce an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC). You will produce this certificate with the software we provide for you.

Each assignment has a specific date when they should be handed in to your tutor; however, these dates are flexible for you to learn at your own pace if required. Whilst we anticipate you completing each assignment in your own time we do have planned tutorial sessions. These dates are set prior to the start of the course allowing you to arrange a suitable time to see your tutor. You will also have access to each tutor via email, mobile and telephone if required.

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