This course combines the Section 63 Advisor training with the DEC APEL course into three consecutive days. Please note this course is only available to existing NDEAs who can demonstrate experience within the energy assessment industry.
A prerequisite to becoming a Section 63 Advisor is current registration as a Non-Domestic EPC Assessor. Beyond this, registration as a Section 63 Advisor must be based on demonstration of an existing competence in building construction and the provision of advice to building owners on the implementation of energy efficiency measures.
It is expected that the majority of Section 63 Advisors will be individuals who, beyond their role as a Non-domestic EPC Assessor are also existing construction professionals already engaged in the provision of advice to building owners on the implementation of energy efficiency measures and in coordinating, managing, supervising or inspecting the installation of such works.
It is expected that the process of registration as a Section 63 Advisor will require demonstration of existing skills and knowledge, with a need for upskilling/training limited to the legislative context of the new assessment and the role and responsibilities of a Section 63 Advisor.
50% Funding may also be available for this course through The Low Carbon Skills Fund.
Course prerequisite: All attendees must show evidence of a NDEA qualification and be familiar with iSBEM software.
If you would like to find out more please contact 0333 012 0002 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We can also offer this course in-house for groups of 4 or more.