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Domestic Energy Assessor (5 Days)

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Course Overview

Domestic Energy Assessor course will provide successful candidates with the necessary qualification to become a Domestic Energy Assessor and issue Domestic Energy Performance Certificates (EPC).

Candidates will receive an online/electronic certificate within 48 hours after their successful completion of the portfolio.

The training consists of 5 days on-site training. Candidates will carry out 5 EPC surveys and complete a full Portfolio during the course, allowing them to qualify as a domestic energy assessor by the end of the training.

Interested? Call us today to speak to our friendly advisors on 0208 861 4838.         

We also hold (DCS) Direct Claims status with City & Guilds to speeding up the qualification process.

Energy Performance Certificates are required by law as part of the property documents collated by solicitors/conveyancers for every home that is constructed, sold or rented, in England & Wales. Since October 2008 it has also become mandatory that landlords provide EPCs for all tenanted properties. While the Government has scrapped the need for Home Information Packs (HIPs), the requirement for an EPC is still in place and these must be issued by a suitably qualified and registered Domestic Energy Assessor.

Our Course Includes

  • Pre-course Reading Material Include Training Manuals
  • Classroom-based Training
  • Training Pack on the Day
  • Live property visit with the Experienced Trainer
  • RDSAP (Methodology) Software Training
  • Full registration with the City & Guilds
  • Exam & Portfolio Assessment Fee
  • e-Certification
  • Guide and Mentor Throughout
  • Free Software with Personal Login Details
  • Free Refreshments During the Course
  • Technical Support and Help Line
  • Friendly Tutorials


Our Course Structure

  • Welcome & Introduction
  • What is an EPC?
  • Building Regulations- Scope
  • Identifying Construction Types
  • Style & Age of Properties
  • Property Description
  • Introduction of RdSAP Software
  • Determining levels of insulation

  • Renewable Energy Sources
  • Heating & Lighting
  • The Surveying Process
  • Site Notes
  • Floor Plans
  • Dimensions-Perimeter
  • Importance of Photographs
  • Measuring Conventions

  • Paper Based Written Exams
  • Introduction of RdSAP software
  • RdSAP Data Collection & Live Survey
  • Produce and explain EPC relating to Domestic Property
  • Calculate EPC
  • Create EPC

  • City & Guilds Assignments
  • Property Visit
  • Produce and explain EPC relating to Domestic Property
  • Calculate EPC
  • Create EPC
  • Start compile Portfolio

  • City & Guilds Assignments
  • Data input exercise in the RdSAP software
  • Calculate EPC
  • Create EPC
  • Produce five EPC based on the Property Matrix
  • Portfolio Guidance & Completion
  • Assignment Feedback and Result Sheet
  • Q&A Session

Course Completion

Requirements, Upcoming Dates & Locations
No previous qualifications or experience is required; however you must have basic computer skills as all assessors must input data into a software program in order to produce the energy performance certificate.

Upcoming Dates Locations Want to Book
23 MAR to 27 MAR 2020 Harrow, London,
30 MAR to 03 APR 2020 Harrow, London
06 APR to 10 APR 2020
13 APR to 17 APR 2020 Harrow, London
20 APR to 24 APR 2020  Harrow, London
04 MAY to 08 MAY 2020 Harrow, London / Manchester
18 MAY to 22 MAY 2020 Harrow, London / Manchester

All learners produce a portfolio of evidence that they have acquired the required knowledge and have carried out 5 inspections to the standard.

However, on the 5-day course, candidates will complete all 5 property Case Studies required for their portfolio work, therefore, no additional work will be required.

Course Calender

Upcoming Batch March 23, 2020
Upcoming Batch March 30, 2020
Upcoming Batch April 6, 2020
Upcoming Batch April 13, 2020
Upcoming Batch April 20, 2020

Course Summary

TIMES 9:45 to 16:30
VENUE Harrow, London
Price £1,250.00



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