- Standard Rate
- £885.00 +VAT
- Member Rate
- £708.00 +VAT
- Energy Assessor Training
CIBSE, supported by the Department for Energy and Climate Change (DECC), has developed this training course to ensure that the skills necessary to implement the new CIBSE Heat Networks Code of Practice (CP1) are available across the building services sector. The Code has been written to cover all stages of the development cycle of a project from feasibility through design, construction, commissioning, and operation.
This is a two-day course aimed at practicing engineers looking for a detailed understanding of the themes and technical challenges dealt with by the Code.
Following the course, there is an opportunity to take an exam which allows entry to the CIBSE Certification Heat Networks Consultant register.
On completion of the course you will:
- Gain an understanding of the aims and context of the code of practice
- Learn about the current challenges for heat network design
- Discover how the code should be used, and the key goals running through the document
- Be able to apply the code to different types of heat networks
- Understand the key objectives and minimum requirements for each stage of the code
This course is intensive and assumes a significant level of existing knowledge in heat networks.
There are no formal entry requirements for the CIBSE Certification Heat Networks Consultant register, but CIBSE Certification recommends applicants to have a minimum of 2 years of relevant experience before sitting the exam. Please review the course competencies and pre-assessment sample exam questions below to determine your suitability.
09:30 Session 1: Welcome & Introductions; Aims, scope and applications
11:15 Coffee / tea break (15 mins)
11:30 Session 2: Key themes, responsibilities and compliance
13:00 Lunch (60 mins)
14:00 Session 3: Preparation and briefing
15:00 Coffee / tea break (15 mins)
15:15 Session 4: Feasibility
09:30 Session 5: Design
11:15 Coffee / tea break (15 mins)
11:30 Session 6: Construction
12:30 Lunch (60 mins)
13:30 Session 7: Operation and maintenance
15:00 Coffee / tea break (15 mins)
15:15 Session 8: Customer satisfaction and obligations
16.00 - 16.30 Wrap-up and Final Q&A
Delegates will not be excluded if they haven’t undergone training with CIBSE, although are expected to have either taken training with another provider or have a sufficient knowledge in order to sit the exam.
The exam is 'Open Book' - texts allowed are:
- The Heat Networks Code of Practice pdf
- The course hand-outs (for those who have attended the CIBSE training)
There are 50 multiple choice questions (worth two marks each). The exam is marked out of 100 and the pass mark is 70%. The time allowed is 90 minutes.
Once your attendance on the course has been confirmed you will have access to the exam via your CIBSE Online Learning Portal under the tab ‘My Learning’. This will be available to access for 14 days from the last day of your course.
If there is any reason that you should not be able to complete the exam online, please contact a member of the training team at [email protected] to make alternative arrangements.
Multiple choice questions only have one right answer – candidates should note that some questions offer options for ‘all of the above’ or ‘none of the above’ so the questions should be read carefully. The questions will cover the whole syllabus, some of which is only covered in the pre-reading. Some of the questions will require good engineering judgement. Some of the questions will require a calculation. You will need a calculator.
The exam is hosted via the CIBSE Learning Management System. Each exam is timed and will automatically log the candidate out once the time has ended. The CIBSE Learning Management System has a single sign on system forcing the candidate to login with a username and password. Once the exam has been started the candidate is unable to pause or restart the exam and must be finished in the allocated time.
Although the exam is 'open book' it is not designed to allow candidates to look up all the answers - material allowed should be regarded as reference. If candidates have not prepared thoroughly by completing the pre-reading and understanding the training course, they may find it hard to finish the exam. CIBSE Training must be notified in advance of any relevant special needs or requirements.
Notification of examination results
All candidates are notified of the result of the examination by email. Such notification will normally be sent within two weeks of the examination unless the result is the subject of a complaint.
Live Online - How to join:
This course will be hosted live online on Microsoft Teams.
A Microsoft Teams account is not required, you will be sent a link to join.
You can choose to join on your preferred web browser, or if you already have the Microsoft Teams desktop app, click 'join meeting'. You will then automatically join the course through the app.
What is included?
-Full days training with an industry expert trainer
-PDF course materials
Two simple ways to book:
Card - Use the 'Book Now' button at the top of this web page.
Invoice - Please fill in the booking form here. Please note you are only booked onto the course once Training has processed the form.
* If you are having any difficulties please either email us at [email protected] or call, +44 (0)20 8772 3660.
AECOM | Regional Director
Matthew is a Regional Director at AECOM and is primarily focused on delivering decentralised, low and zero carbon energy solutions for both new developments and existing communities. Matthew provides energy and sustainable design guidance to developers working on a wide range of projects, from small innovative developments to large urban extensions. He delivers strategic research work for the Government and works with local authorities and large organisations to assess strategic opportunities for delivering carbon reductions through planning policy, energy management, renewable energy projects and heat networks. Matthew has been delivering training courses for CIBSE since 2009.
CIBSE Training reserve the right to make changes to the speakers or programme. The right is also reserved in absolute discretion and without further liability to cancel any seminar when fees paid will be refunded. Acknowledged bookings are firm. Cancellation up to 4 weeks before the course is subject to a charge of 25% of fees due, later cancellation is not accepted but delegate substitution is allowed at any time. We reserve the right to request payment in advance for companies which have not had previous financial transactions with CIBSE Services Ltd.
All delegate alterations/cancellations must be received in writing to: [email protected]
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Please contact the training team before making any travel or accommodation arrangements - particularly if you are travelling from outside the UK mainland, as CIBSE will not be liable for any cost incurred.