Air and Ground Source Heat Pump Systems – Nos Mapped

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The 4 Day BPEC Heat Pump Systems Mapped Qualification gives installers the skills and knowledge required to correctly design, install and maintain Air and Ground Source Heat Pump systems.

Heat pumps convert the solar energy which is absorbed by the ground or air to heat water, and are effective even in colder conditions. By using electrical power to convert the solar energy into practical heat for homes and businesses, heat pumps are capable of achieving over 400% energy efficiency.

BPEC Heat Pump Systems Mapped Qualification is recognised as a demonstration of competence for the Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS).

Description

The 4 Day BPEC Heat Pump Systems Mapped Qualification gives installers the skills and knowledge required to correctly design, install and maintain Air and Ground Source Heat Pump systems.

Our Trainer here at GRE Energy Training in Chesterfield has over 10 years of industry experience installing and servicing Air and Ground source Heat Pumps.

Heat pumps convert the solar energy which is absorbed by the ground or air to heat water, and are effective even in colder conditions. By using electrical power to convert the solar energy into practical heat for homes and businesses, heat pumps are capable of achieving over 400% energy efficiency.

BPEC Heat Pump Systems Mapped Qualification is recognised as a demonstration of competence for the Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS)

BPEC Trainees should have a minimum NVQ Level 2/3 qualification in plumbing or conventional heating engineering, or a demonstrable number of years of relevant experience, plus Water Regulations/Byelaws, Unvented Hot Water G3 and Energy Efficiency certificates.

Course Description

Heat pumps convert the solar energy which is absorbed by the ground or air to heat water, and are effective even in colder conditions. By using electrical power to convert the solar energy into practical heat for homes and businesses, heat pumps are capable of achieving over 400% energy efficiency.

Course Objective
This installer’s course enables candidates to confidently propose, survey, design and install domestic or small commercial heat pump installations.

Course Outline
• Heat Pumps in context
• How a Heat Pump works – principles and components
• Insulation, Heat Losses and the effect of heating system design
• Domestic hot water, buffer tanks and solar coils
• Ground heat exchangers
• Health and Safety
• Heat Pump Installation and Sizing
• Maintenance and fault finding
• Ground heat exchanger design.

Certification
BPEC

Duration
4 Days

Location & Dates:
Chesterfield – 7 May, 4 June, 2 July.

Entry Requirements
Trainees should hold a minimum NVQ level 2/3 in plumbing or conventional heating engineering or demonstrable evidence of at least 3 years relevant experience.

A domestic G3 Vented and Unvented Hot Water Storage Systems Certificate,

Water Regulations

Part L Energy Efficiency Certificate.

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