Nearly Zero Energy Building (NZEB) for Plumbers – Part 1 (Online)
The aim of this programme is to provide Plumbing Trades people with the knowledge and skills in the principles and practices of Nearly Zero Energy Building (NZEB) for new dwellings.
City & Guilds City & Guilds Assured – 8861-05
Applicants wishing to participate in the course should be qualified plumbers and have previously
obtained a Level 6 of the NQAI Certificate in Plumbing Craft Practice or equivalent.
Attendees should bring their National Craft Cert/Card or equivalent for registration purposes,
and as a confirmation of their trade.
Applicants must have reached the current statutory school leaving age.
Aware of Health and Safety requirements for working in the Plumbing Trade.
|NZEB Principles, Building Regulations and Product Standards||City & Guilds Assured (8861-05)||City & Guilds|
|Communication and User Information||City & Guilds Assured (8861-05)||City & Guilds|
|Building Services||City & Guilds Assured (8861-05)||City & Guilds|
|Building Fabric||City & Guilds Assured (8861-05)||City & Guilds|
|Building Physics||City & Guilds Assured (8861-05)||City & Guilds|
|Renewable Energy, Photo-Voltaics, Smart Metering and Electric Vehicles||City & Guilds Assured (8861-05)||City & Guilds|
1- NZEB PRINCIPLES, BUILDING REGULATIONS AND PRODUCT STANDARDS
Understand the Principles relevant to NZEB, Building Regulations and Product Standards
2- BUILDING PHYSICS
Understand Building Physics – Key energy terms and units
3- BUILDING FABRIC
Understand Building Fabric – Continuous Insulation, Thermal Bridging, Air Permeability, Windows and Doors.
4- BUILDING SERVICES
Understand Building Services – Space heating and Domestic Hot Water, Controlled Ventilation, Lighting, ICT and Smart Technology
5- RENEWABLE ENERGY, PHOTO-VOLTAICS, SMART METERING AND ELECTRIC
Understand Renewable Energy, Photo-Voltaics, Smart Metering and Electric Vehicles relevant to NZEB
6- COMMUNICATION AND USER INFORMATION
Understand the required knowledge to facilitate high quality Communication and Best Practice User Information