GRE Energy Training delivers BPEC’s QCF mapped solar thermal course which has been developed in response to the marked increase in sales of solar hot water systems and the entry in to the market of many of the leading heating manufacturers.
BPEC Solar Thermal Mapped Qualification is recognised as a demonstration of competence for the Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS)
GRE Energy Training delivers BPEC Solar Thermal NOS Mapped 3 Day course which enables candidates to confidently propose, site survey, design and install Domestic or Small Commercial Solar Hot Water systems
Our Trainer here at GRE Energy Training in Chesterfield has over 10 years of industry experience installing and servicing Solar Thermal Systems.
To enable the candidates to confidently propose, site survey, design and install domestic or small commercial solar hot water systems, enlisting manufacturers support where required.
The course will cover the predominant North European fluid filled, indirect solar water heating systems.
The course will cover the following areas:
• Regulations and Standards
• Collector types
• Solar heated storage types
• Solar primary system types
• Basic system design & integration
• Internal & external site surveys
• Installation Materials & Methods
• Filling & commissioning
• Servicing and fault finding
Entry Requirements: This course is designed for experienced heating or plumbing professionals or those with at least 3 years related experience. 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 hold Water Regulations/Byelaws, Unvented Hot Water G3 and Energy Efficiency certificates.
Duration: 3 Days including theory, practical and assessment.
Cost: £495 + Vat per delegate.
- 28th to 30th September 2020 (full)
- 25th to 27th November 2020 (full)
- 27th to 29th January 2021
- 24th to 26th March 2021
Location: GRE Energy Training, Unit 70, M1 Commerce Park, Markham Lane, Chesterfield, S44 5HS (Just off junction 29A, M1 Motorway).