This course is designed for those wishing to take the steps to become Low Carbon Consultants (LCCs) and also those who want to gain certification as Low Carbon Energy Assessors (LCEAs) to be able to produce Display Energy Certificates (DECs). Please note that you will still need to apply to become a LCC with CIBSE Certification after passing the examination. Please pay particular attention to the “Need to know” section.
You can decide whether to do this training as a two or three-day course. CIBSE Training offers training on the DEC government software ORCalc on day three of this course.
Becoming an LCC is a pre-requisite for being a LCEA with CIBSE Certification. Find out more about routes to become a LCEA to produce DECs’’
On completion of the course you will have an understanding of the following:
- Legislative framework
- Building regulations Part L
- Energy Performance Certification
- Low and zero carbon technologies
- Factors affecting building efficiency
Jon Cranefield has a background in mechanical services design and contracting and has been working with Part L regulations since 1999 and energy certification since 2007. Jon’s work has focused completely on Part L and certification since 2010 when he started his own compliance company. Since late 2012, Jon has been working for the Information Prophets Group of companies continuing to work with compliance of the Energy Performance of Buildings Regulations and Certification.
CT427 2 Day Member Rate £610.00
CT427 2 Day Standard Rate (ex VAT) £680.00
CT427 Exam ONLY (ex. VAT) £200.00
CT427 Members Rate (ex.VAT) £1090.00
CT427 Standard Rate (ex.VAT) £1215.00