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Surface Water Source Heat Pump Systems: Implementing


Upcoming Courses 
Key Areas  
Course Content
Who Should Attend
Course Timings
Course Fees

A full overview and agenda, need to know information, and booking instructions can be found on the individual upcoming course pages. Click on a course below to view.

This course is available as an In-house course only 

Key Areas

  • Types of heat pump/different sources/open v closed
  • Applications of water/ground source heat pumps
  • Stage 2 - Feasibility
  • Stage 3 - Design  
  • Stage 4 – Construction
  • Stage 5 - Commissioning
  • Stage 6 – O&M
  • Stage 7 - Decommissioning

Course Content

Building on the material covered on the 1 day course Introduction to Ground and Water Source Heat Pump Schemes, this course identifies the key engineering principles and challenges which must be considered to deliver a successful heat pump scheme.

It covers in greater detail the stages, goals, minimum requirements and responsibilities as defined in the CIBSE publication CP2: Surface Water Source Code of Practice (a copy of which is included in this training), featuring worked examples and case studies.

This course has been developed as a joint initiative by CIBSE and the Ground Source Heat Pump Association.

Course includes CP2 publication 

Who Should Attend  

  • Building owners / developers / facilities managers
  • Planners / local authorities
  • Energy strategy / sustainability consultants

Course Timings  

Registration will be at 09.30
Start Time: 10.00
Latest Finish: 17.00

Course Fees  

  • Members Rate: £336 (£280 ex VAT)
  • Standard Rate: £372 (£310 ex VAT)

Training at your site (minimum 6 staff + group discounts)

Training multiple staff at once is the most cost effective way to develop staff for organisations. All our courses can be delivered at your site (min 6 staff) at discounted rates. These In-House courses are only available in the UK and Europe. For an In-house quote please email; 
Name of course, approximate number of staff and your site address