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City & Guilds approved 3 & 5 day domestic & non-domestic energy assessor courses Denbighshire.

Our award winning energy assessor courses give you all of the knowledge and experience required to produce domestic & non- domestic energy performance certificates (EPC)

Course price

3 day energy assessor courses Selkirkshire price starts at £950+vat
5 day energy assessor courses Denbighshire price starts at £1199+vat

Prices INCLUDES awarding body registration fee! (saving you £200-£300+vat)

Course overview

Please refer to the ‘Quidos DEA training factsheet’ at the bottom of this page for more information.

Energy assessor courses held nationally in Liverpool, Aberdeen, Bangor, Bradford, Brighton, Bristol, Cambridge, Canterbury, Cardiff, Carlisle, Chelmsford, Chester, Chichester, Coventry, Derby, Dundee, Durham, Edinburgh, Ely, Exeter, Glasgow, Gloucester, Hereford, Inverness, Kingston upon Hull, Lancaster, Leeds, Leicester, Lichfield, Lincoln, Newcastle upon Tyne, Newport, Norwich, Nottingham, Oxford, Perth, Peterborough, Plymouth, Portsmouth, Preston, Ripon, St Albans, St Davids, Salford, Salisbury, Sheffield, Southampton, Stirling, Stoke-on-Trent, Sunderland, Swansea, Truro, Wakefield, Wells, City of Westminster, Winchester, Wolverhampton, Worcester, York,  London, Birmingham, Bath, Manchester and Scotland.

Please note locations may vary depending on volume of bookings.

Courses held throughout the year.

City & Guilds approved.

All residential & commercial properties put up either for sale or rent within the United Kingdom require an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC). The EPC provides potential tenants/home-owners/landlords with information regarding the energy performance of the building, as well as providing cost-effective recommendations for reducing household energy bills.

EPCs can only be completed by qualified and accredited domestic & non-domestic energy assessors.

Completing the energy assessor course Denbighshire City & Guilds qualification in domestic & non domestic energy assessment will qualify you to complete EPCs on all existing domestic & non-domestic properties.

The Quidos domestic & non-domestic energy assessor course Denbighshire qualification is comprised of a mix of classroom and distance learning elements.

We ensure that trainees have complied with each of the elements of the national occupation standards (NOS) for domestic & non-domestic energy assessment.

Once classroom training days are completed, you will then undertake a portfolio of 5 EPCs on a range of domestic & non-domestic properties.

Once our domestic & non-domestic energy assessor course Denbighshire (DEA & NDEA) candidates have completed the domestic & non-domestic energy assessor DEA & NDEA training course and portfolio, they will be awarded a full qualification and be ready to practice as domestic & non-domestic energy assessors.

Following completion and becoming a DEA or NDEA (domestic or non-domestic energy assessor) and member of an accreditation scheme, an assessor will then be able to complete EPC’s (energy performance certificates) on domestic & non-domestic properties.

Course includes

Our energy assessor training course Denbighshire pre-course reading material includes;

Energy assessor training manuals
Classroom based training
Energy assessor training pack
Live property visit with highly experienced trainer
RDSAP methodology energy assessor software training
Direct Claim Status (DCS) centre with City & Guilds
Full registration with City & Guilds
Exam & portfolio assessment fee included
E-Certification issued within 48hrs
Guide & mentor throughout
Free RdSAP energy assessor software with personal login details
Free refreshments during course
Technical support & help line
Friendly domestic & non-domestic tutorials

For the 5 day course, you will complete your portfolio in 5 days.

Rdsap energy assessor software Included

In addition to your energy assessor course Denbighshire training & qualification, we will also teach you how to use our free of charge government approved RdSAP energy assessor software.

Our RdSAP energy assessor software will allow you to collect and help analyse data of properties.

It also allows you to lodge your EPC (energy performance certificate) on The Landmark EPC register

This means that when you qualify as an energy assessor with us, you will immediately be familiar with entering EPCs into the government approved RdSAP energy assessor software.

Customer Reviews

Additional information

5 day course information

Course Overview

Our energy assessor courses Denbighshire consist 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 or non-domestic Energy Assessor by the end of the training.

The cost of the course includes training, assessment, the certification fee and all course material, along with refreshments throughout the day.

Our course Includes

Pre-course energy assessor reading material including training manuals
Classroom based training
Energy assessor training pack on the day
Live property visit with experienced trainer
RDSAP (Methodology) software training
Full Registration with the City & Guilds
Exam & portfolio assessment fee
e-Certification
Guide and mentor throughout
Free RdSAP energy assessor Software with personal login details
Free Refreshments during the Course
Technical support and help line
Friendly tutorials

Domestic & Non Domestic energy assessor courses will provide successful candidates with the necessary qualification to become a domestic or non-domestic energy assessor and issue domestic & non-domestic energy performance certificates (EPC).

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.

Course structure

Day 1

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

Day 2

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

Day 3

Paper Based Written Exams
Introduction of RdSAP energy assessor software
RdSAP Data Collection & Live Survey
Produce and explain EPC relating to Domestic or non domestic Property
Calculate EPC
Create EPC

Day 4

City & Guilds Assignments

Property Visit
Produce and explain EPC relating to Domestic or non domestic Property
Calculate EPC
Create EPC
Start compile Portfolio

Day 5

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

Energy assessor Q&A Session

Course Completion

Do I have to produce a portfolio?

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

Requirements:

No previous qualifications or experience is required; however you must have basic computer skills as all assessors must input data into the RdSAP energy assessor software program in order to produce the energy performance certificate.

***Please note that this training course may be held by a third party

On the 5-day course, candidates will be complete all 5 EPCs required for their portfolio work, therefore, no additional work will be required.

3 day course information

On the 3 day course candidates will only complete x1 EPC as part of their portfolio assessment.

On the 5 day course. candidates will complete all x5 EPCs required for their portfolio work, therefore, no additional work will be required.

Customer Reviews

“Quidos offer very good value compared to other providers. They deal with matters quickly over the phone or by email.” S. Joyce, Energy Assessor

“Good software, good portal, good technical advice, good pricing, – what’s not to like?.” P. Reeves, Energy Assessor

“I am impressed by Quidos, who have a big presence in the market place. A professional & friendly outfit benefiting from good leadership.” M. Simpson, DEA

“Quidos CPD is very easy to access, and good value” J. Diccox

“As a new assessor I found the modules all very clear and easy to use.” C. Aryeetey

“Concise information and easy to follow.” S. Crossley

“”The team at Quidos are always helpful and efficient, and this combined with the courses & training on offer is spot on.”” F. MacPherson, Energy Assessor

“Contain in depth pertinent information that really helps one understand and helps complete more accurate EPC’s” M. Sacchi, Energy Assessor

“Excellent course content.” J. Venning

“Very happy with the Quidos courses I have done.” J. Statham

“I came to Quidos after feeling let down by my previous accreditation body. Everyone is friendly, professional and most importantly helpful with any questions & issues I encountered whilst finding my feet” D. Howes, DEA

“I find Quidos’ attention to detail faultless. Always on-hand, always going above and beyond to help.” G. Clark

“This is my first experience of Quidos – my first impression is that they are friendly & professional.” J. Solti, DEA

“Quidos CPD keeps me up to date with industry & legislative changes” Michael D, Quidos Member

Well presented and understandable training” G Daren, Quidos Member

“Excellent course which has already led to some paid work.” S. King, DEA

“Don’t think you can improve – great service.” S. Jenkins, DEA

“Quidos are very efficient and offer good communication.”  T. Webster

“I was very pleased with the content of the Quidos training modules. I enjoyed them and felt that I learned a lot.”  M. Harrison, DEA

“Great training. Thanks. Representation was good. Can’t see how to improve it.” M. Wakeling