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EPC Training: Providers of DEA, GDA & NDEA Training
It is estimated that 200,000 commercial and 1.5 million domestic EPC's will be required each year so why wait. Give us a call today to discuss how you can get started with this exciting opportunity.
EPC Training is a leading provider of both domestic energy assessor training courses and non- domestic energy assessor training courses and is able to provide you with all the EPC training you need to become fully qualified as a Domestic and/or Non-Domestic Energy Assessor
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As a result of the European Energy Performance of Buildings Directive and the subsequent UK Regulations anyone selling or letting a domestic or commercial property must now have an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC). EPC's can only be generated by attending an energy assessor training course and achieving a fully qualified Domestic Energy Assessors (DEA's) and Non-Domestic Energy Assessors (NDEA's) accreditation
There is a significant need for trained Energy Assessors to carry out energy assessments and produce EPC’s following the Government’s implementation of the Directive.
Energy Performance Certificates
The EPC is intended to inform potential buyers or tenants about the energy performance of a building and can influence the decision whether or not to buy or occupy a particular property. An EPC, supplied by an approved Energy Assessor, provides an energy rating for a building based on a survey of the performance potential of, amongst other things, the building fabric, materials of construction and services (heating, ventilation, air conditioning and lighting).
A building is rated from A to G (with A being the most efficient and G the least) and the Energy Performance Certificate comes to a client in an easy-to-understand graph format similar to that found on a range of domestic appliances, such as fridges and washing machines.