|This Hot Water System & Safety (including Unvented Hot Water Systems) course is designed to provide you with all you need to know about Hot Water Systems and Safety (formerly known as Unvented systems or “G3”). This course covers all hot water systems, replacing the previous LOGIC Certified hot water course to incorporate the recently revised G3 Building Regulation. It is also a prerequisite for those looking to expand into solar thermal installation. As well as the content of the previous unvented hot water systems training the course also includes the new requirements for both vented and unvented systems under G3. The Hot Water Systems and Safety certificate is recognised by those Competent Person Schemes (CPS) approved to offer a self-certification scheme under Approved document G (ADG), enabling installers of hot water systems (including Unvented HWS) to self-certify the installation.This course is aimed at experienced domestic heating installers and/or plumbers who require a qualification in the installation, servicing and maintenance of domestic hot water systems. It is also a prerequisite for those looking to expand into solar thermal installation. It has been developed to ensure operatives comply with Approved Document G (ADG) 2010 (as updated) when carrying out work on hot water systems. Training includes requirements for the installation of G3 Unvented Hot Water Systems and covers systems up to 500 litres capacity and 45kW power input.A basic knowledge of the WRAS Water (fittings) Regulations is desirable although not essential and this course is available separately if required. Contact us on 01969 666111 for more details.Re-assessment is available for candidates whose qualification has expired within the last 12 months.|
Solar Thermal Installation Course – 17th to 19th Nov 2020
Designed to provide a Level 3 qualification and covers all you need to know about Solar Thermal Installation. At the end of this course you will be able to install and maintain solar thermal heating and you will meet the training entry requirements for the Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS).