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Introduction to Energy Efficiency - April 2024

Study Mode
Part Time Evening
Not Applicable
5 weeks
Suitable for
Stratford Campus
Introduction to Energy Efficiency – April 2024
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Course content

A understanding of Energy Efficiency. You will be at the beginning to develop the knowledge, skills and competency required to design gas or oil-fired domestic heating systems in accordance with Part L of the Building Regulations. (Part L of the building regulations sets out energy efficiency standards that promote low-carbon building practices and sustainable construction.)

Training is classroom-based. Our expert trainers will help you learn in an informal and engaging environment. There will be an online e-assessment at the end of the day.

Enrol Today Whether you're a complete beginner or someone with a bit of experience, our Introduction to Energy Efficiency Course welcomes all skill levels. Uncover the joy of learning something new.

What will I study:

This Introduction to Energy Efficiency (Part L) training course will introduce you to the following:

  • Energy usage and the environment.
  • Current legislation and Building Regulations.
  • Current energy efficiency and guidance documents.
  • Domestic heating market and SEDBUK rating of appliances.
  • Whole-house boiler sizing methodology and calculations.
  • Guidance to consumers.
  • Best practice in heating systems and controls.
  • Commissioning systems for maximum efficiency.

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Entry requirements

Please be prepared to provide your residency documents such as a passport, EU citizen ID card, UK Birth Certificate or Biometric Card. If you have been in the UK for less than 1 years or have entered the UK with a visa you will need to provide evidence that you are eligible to study in the UK - your visa, your biometric card that covers the duration of your course or any relevant home office documents to support your residency should all be provided. If you’re an EU, EEA or Swiss citizen we will need to see evidence of 'Pre-Settled' or 'Settled status' documents. Also for funding purposes we would need to see evidence of payslips if working (within the last 3 months). If you are receiving benefits (e.g JSA, ESA, Universal Credit (UC), Housing benefits etc. please provide evidence of this).

PPE Equipment Required

Due to the nature of the courses face to face delivery may be required in the workshop this will include working with sharp tools and heavy materials at times, no training shoes will be permitted. Steel toe capped/ safety boots are advised for footwear and legs should be covered at all times while practical working is taking place.


No Formal Qualification