Quidos Covid-19 Update

Dear Assessor, Like many businesses, Quidos have been closely monitoring the latest information and guidance regarding the outbreak of Covid-19 (coronavirus). Please be advised that the entire team are securely working remotely and are able to continue supporting you during our normal office hours. It is crucial to us that we are able to do […]

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London DEA Workshop Selling Fast

London DEA Workshop Selling Fast £125.00 ex.VAT – Date/Time: 1st April 2020 (accessible from M4 and M25) – Location: Marriot Heathrow/Windsor Hotel – Refreshments and lunch provided – Free parking For our next training event of the new decade, the Quidos Quality and Support Team will be holding a face-to-face training session for Domestic Energy […]

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NEW ‘Main, 2nd Main & Secondary Heating’ Training

Main, Second Main and Secondary Heating The Main, Second main and secondary heating is a 1 hour online training course discussing the difference between Main, Second Main and Secondary heating systems and how these are treated differently within RdSAP. Incorrect identification of these systems is one of the leading causes of audit failure and it […]

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NEW ‘Extensions’ Online Training Course

Extensions Online Training Course This 1 hour online training course gives an overview of extensions and how they should be assessed and entered when undertaking domestic EPCs. Extensions are one of the issues that many domestic energy assessors have a lot of trouble with and this online training covers many of the issues surrounding the correct […]

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NEW ‘Conversions’ Online Training Course

Conversions This Bitesize conversions online training course provides an overview of the subject of conversions and how they should be dealt with for domestic energy assessments. Conversions are a common cause of auditing failure and it is important that assessors are well aware of the approach that should be followed when assessing a unit which […]

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Zero-carbon aviation ‘unlikely to be feasible by 2050’

That’s the verdict delivered by Chairman of the Committee on Climate Change, who says emissions from aviation could be reduced by around a fifth by the mid-century. Zero-carbon aviation is unlikely to be feasible by 2050. That’s the verdict offered by Chairman of the Committee on Climate Change (CCC), Lord Deben, to the Secretary of […]

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