This course is delivered over three consecutive days with a live and interactive session where learners can follow along with the tutor and ask questions. The training session is then followed by a requirement to produce a portfolio of three example EPC projects. This qualification combines both Level 3 & Level 4.
Live online events
Wed 11 Nov
3 days, 09:00 AM GMT - 04:00 PM GMT
- £1,250.00 excl. VAT
Non Domestic Energy Assessor - Virtual Classroom (NDEA)
Awarding Body: City & Guilds
This course will be delivered via live video conferencing over three consecutive days with a live tutor and an interactive virtual case study. You will be able to interact with the tutor in real time - just as if you were sat in the classroom.
The Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards, known as MEES, came into force on 1st April 2018 meaning building owners may not let or renew a lease on their property if the EPC is F or G rated. From 1st April 2023, owners must not continue letting a commercial property which is already let if that property has an EPC rating of band F or G.
Once the three days are complete students will be required to complete a portfolio of 3 example EPCs along with some other electronic assignments. Full portfolio guidance will be provided during the training sessions and each student will be assigned a personal tutor to help guide them through the process via email and telephone support.
Once qualified, candidates can become accredited for FREE with any of the UK's approved accreditation schemes.
To reserve your space on this course you can book online using the options below or call one of our sales representatives on 0333 012 0002. We will be happy to answer any questions.
- Strong I.T. skills including Microsoft Word & Excel
- Windows based computer
- Zoom conferencing app (free)
- Reliable internet connection
- City & Guilds registration 6361-08
- Three days virtual classroom training
- Electronic course materials
- Helpline with personal mentor
- Access to City & Guilds endorsed e-Portfolio system
- iSBEM software for producing EPCs
- Free accreditation
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Are then any hidden or extra costs?
A: The price you see advertised includes everything you need to achieve the qualification. This includes the City & Guilds registration fee, all training and course materials, unlimited portfolio attempts and your final Certificate.
Q: What happens after I am qualified?
A: Once qualified you will need to become a member of an approved accreditation body. Most of them are free to join and charge a lodgement fee each time you produce and register an EPC. This cost is approximately £5.00 + VAT per certificate.
Q: Do Energy Trust offer student finance?
A: Yes, we offer finance through a third party provider. Please contact us on 0333 012 0002 if you wish to explore financing one of our qualifications.