NAPIT release dates for Green Deal advisor course

NAPIT release dates for Green Deal advisor course

With the government's flagship green programme approaching industry body NAPIT unveils training offering.

Following approval to offer membership under the Green Deal, NAPIT have released dates for a new training course, the Green Deal Advisor course (GDA), available at training centres across the UK from September 2012.

This course is an essential qualification for anyone wanting to operate as an official Green Deal Advisor. Only work approved by these Advisors will be eligible for funding under the Green Deal financial framework.

Candidates will learn the skills and knowledge to produce Energy Performance Certificates and Occupancy Assessments, the findings of which will be used to compile Green Deal Advice Reports, using all new RdSAP, software for the Apple iPad.

NAPIT, in association with Plumb Center and Sevenoaks Energy Academy, have created a course that caters to the needs of individuals and recognises existing skills and expertise. The course can be taken be taken via four options, which will save those who already have experience - like qualified Domestic Energy Assessors - both time and money.

NAPIT Director of Inspection Services, Richard Gould, said: “We couldn’t be more pleased with the success of the pilot course, which ran back in July. The candidates were really enthusiastic about training that involved the new ipad application, developed by Plumb Center and Etech and designed to make the production of Energy Performance Certificates (EPC’s), Green Deal Advice reports and Green Deal plans more efficient and user friendly.”

NAPIT are offering discounts to existing members and for group bookings of between 10 and 50 people.

To find out more and book your place click here or call: 0845 543 0330.