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Course dates are only relevant on our e-learning course.
QCF Mapped Qualification.
Design, installation & commissioning of Heat Pumps Installation
Renewable Heat Incentive available on Heat Pumps.
Ground Source Heat Pumps – 19.1p/kWh; Air Source Heat Pumps – 7.42p/kWh
Available as a e-learning course SAVE 31% compared to this classroom based course.
Candidates must also hold their valid Part L Energy Efficiency and Water Regulations / Scottish Water Byelaws qualifications before attending.
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Heat Pumps provide one of the most energy-efficient ways of heating buildings. This ground source and air source heat pump installers course has been approved by the Ground Source Heat Pumps Association for operatives within the plumbing, heating and renewable industries, to gain the required skills to design, install and commission ground source and air source heat pump systems.
Who should attend?
This course has been approved by the Ground Source Heat Pumps Association for operative within the plumbing, heating and renewable industries. It is designed to provide you with the skills to design, install and commission ground source, and air source heat pumps.
Heat Pumps Installer Training Course Pre-requisities
N/SVQ Level 2/3 in Plumbing or equivalent earlier certification; or
N/SVQ Level 2/3 in Heating and Ventilating (Domestic Installation) or equivalent earlier certification; or
N/SVQ Level 2/3 in Heating and Ventilating (Industrial and Commercial Installation) or equivalent earlier certification; or
N/SVQ Level 2/3 in Oil-Fired Technical Services or equivalent earlier certification; or
N/SVQ Level 2/3 in Gas Installation and Maintenance or equivalent earlier certification.
AND if not included in the above qualification;
Water Regulations/Water Byelaws
Energy Efficiency for Domestic Heating
Heat pumps use refrigeration technology, therefore we advise persons involved with the servicing of such units to consider taking the 2 day City & Guilds 2079 Handling Refrigerants course to comply with current legal requirements. We work with major suppliers of Air and Ground Source Heat Pumps such as Kensa Heat Pumps.
Please see the theory overview tab for information on this Bpec Heat Pumps course.
Our MCS Quality Assurance Training and Manual course gives a step by step guide to attaining the MCS standard – (an independent scheme that gives a mark of competency demonstrating that you can install to the highest quality).
In addition to gaining knowledge of the processes involved in setting up a Quality Management System, delegates are also supplied with all relevant templates, files and technical specifications needed to comply with the requirements of the MCS Scheme. Please follow the above link to find out more about MCS.
A – The course is aimed at people wishing to gain the skills to install ground source and air source heat pump systems. As this is a Bpec nationally recognised course, it is not tied to one manufacturer.
Q – What happens if I fail the BPEC accredited Heat Pumps Training Course?
A – Like most of our courses, if you fail the Bpec Heat Pumps course examination, you will be offered a re-sit free of charge.
Q – How do I get more information about the Bpec Heat Pumps course?
A – Call us on 01904 606090 or request a brochure pack
Q- Where do people come from to take BPEC accredited Heat Pumps Training Course?
A – We train people from all over the UK for the BPEC accredited Heat Pumps Training Course; York, Leeds, Newcastle, Barnsley, Hull, Sheffield, Manchester, Scunthorpe, Nottingham, Chesterfield, Stockport, Liverpool, Bolton, Oldham, Warrington, Huddersfield, Dewsbury, Halifax, Harrogate, Derby, Middlesbrough, Sunderland, Darlington, Rotherham, Doncaster, Nottingham, Yorkshire, North Yorkshire, West Yorkshire, South Yorkshire, East Yorkshire, Humberside, Grimsby, Cleveland, Lancashire, Lincolnshire, Lincoln, Cumbria, Derbyshire, Northern England, Midlands, Birmingham, West Midlands; they come from national plumbing and heating companies, self-employed plumbers, builders, gas engineers, solar electrical engineers and renewable energy engineers, London, South East, Bristol, Birmingham, UK.
This Bpec Heat Pumps training course includes practical aspects that prove that you are competent enough to install Ground Source and Air Source Heat Pumps. The tasks in the assessment / practical are specified by the British Plumbing Employers Council and give candidates a Level 3 QCF (Qualification Credit Framework) qualification.
Subject areas that are included in this Heat Pumps training course practical assessment include:-
Planning and preparing for the installation of heat pump systems.
Installing air and ground source heat pump units (non-refrigerant circuits)
Testing and commissioning a ground source heat pump installation (non-refrigerant circuits)
Testing the collector circuit for hydraulic soundness using appropriate test equipment in accordance with manufacturer’s guidance, regulatory requirements and industry recognised procedures.
Commissioning the heat pumps installation in accordance with manufacturer’s guidance, design requirements, client’s requirements and statutory requirements and/or industry recognised procedures.
Completing relevant documentation to record the commissioning activities.
Undertaking using safe systems of work, routine servicing of relevant system components.
Completing the relevant service and maintenance records in accordance with industry recognised procedures.
Obtaining the relevant information required to enable the work.
Undertaking using safe systems of work, a visual service and maintenance.
The Exam Set up on the BPEC Heat Pumps Training Course is as follows:
Multi-choice question Paper 1: 2 hours 15 minutes.
Multi-choice question Paper 2: 2 hours 10 minutes.
Practical Assessment: 3 hours.
The Bpec Heat Pumps training course is taught at our Renewable training centre, the course modules cover:
Environmental backgrounds to the use of Ground Source and Air Source Heat Pumps.
Main types of Ground Source and Air Source Heat Pumps systems.
Design of Ground Source and Air Source Heat Pumps systems.
Heat loss calculations for Ground Source and Air Source Heat Pumps.
Installation methods for Ground Source and Air Source Heat Pumps.
Commission systems for Ground Source and Air Source Heat Pumps.
Servicing requirements for GSHP/ASHP systems.