As part of the 2010 revision to the Building Regulations Approved Document F, Domestic Ventilation became ‘notifiable work’.
This means that just like installing heating and plumbing systems, ventilation provision must be installed by a competent and qualified person. Essentially, a new vocation has been created – the Domestic Ventilation Installer.
To ensure that installers are correctly installing, inspecting, testing and commissioning ventilation products, the UK manufacturer, EnviroVent, is offering this comprehensive course recognised by the HVCA and NICEIC for fixed domestic systems for both existing and new build properties.
Taking place over two days, the course covers both theoretical and practical training. It focuses on the 5 main types of Domestic Ventilation Systems. Conforming to the new Summit Skills syllabus for ventilation through the independent training organisation BPEC, the course covers the following elements:
The course ensures that you can:
Candidates should already have a number of years’ experience in plumbing, heating or electrical engineering. Alternatively they hold or are currently undertaking a course in an NVQ Level 3 in plumbing, heating or electrical engineering.
Background and Building Regulations Course aims and objectives
At the end of the course, there is a multiple choice assessment that each candidate must pass.
The price of the course is £45
Candidates will receive a full BPEC training manual and materials included in the price. Lunch and refreshments will be provided each day.
On successful completion of the course the candidate will receive the qualification and a vehicle sticker.
The BPEC approved training course is carried out at the EnviroVent Headquarters based in Harrogate, North Yorkshire.
Course dates available throughout the year
To reserve your place, please contact Jane McLean on 01423 810810 (ext. 259) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.