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New Commercial Energy Assessor Course from Energy Assessor College

Submitted by: Qube Media

2008-04-28 00:00:49

Reading and Birmingham (OPENPRESS) April 28, 2008 -- One of the first Commercial Energy Assessor Courses in the UK will be running at the Energy Assessor College, in both Reading and Birmingham, as of 28 April 2008.

Selected applicants undertake training at the Energy Assessor College as well as studying from home and completing a portfolio of Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs), gaining a professional Commercial Energy Assessor Award.

ABBE accredited course
Energy Assessor College has designed the course around the National Occupational Standards for Commercial Energy Assessors.

Following successful completion of this ABBE-accredited course and the related Diploma, applicants have a route in to the brand new market for issuing EPCs for commercial properties.

Energy Assessor College created the course in anticipation of legislation due to be passed on 1 October 2008, decreeing that any Commercial Property with a floor space of less than 2,500m2 is to be issued with an EPC.

This will mean that thousands of properties, from high street shops to doctors' and dentists' surgeries, will need the services of a professional Commercial Energy Assessor in order to assess levels of heat-loss and CO2 emissions and issue EPCs. Consequently, this will create increased demand for commercial energy assessors.

"This demand opens the door for anyone seeking a new career, either starting out on a new business venture, or seeking self-employment through an EPC panel management company, such as EAC's associated company, Energy Assessments Direct," says Simon MacTaggart, MD, Built Environment and Skills Training (BEST) Ltd.

With training centres for the Energy Assessor College in Reading and Birmingham - both equipped with relaxed learning environments and the latest presentation technology - anyone living in Southern and Central England and Wales has the opportunity to qualify as a Commercial Energy Assessor.

More information
Also available at either training centres are Multi-Skilled, Commercial and Domestic Energy Assessor courses.

To apply for an Energy Assessor Course or to find out more information, visit the Energy Assessor College website or call the Energy Assessor College Reading (Southern England Centre) on 0845 017 5010 or Birmingham (Central England and Wales Centre) on 0845 017 5052.

About Energy Assessor College
Energy Assessor College is a trading brand of BEST (Built Environment and Skills Training) Ltd, a Government-accredited, private sector training provider focused on the built environment sector.

For more information, please contact:

Richard Simpson
Energy Assessor College
Davidson House
Forbury Square
Berkshire RG1 3EU

0118 900 0876


Contact Info

Qube Media
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Nigel Cooper
Qube Media
45 Gloucester Street
East Sussex

t: +44 1273 689 672
m: +44 7866 568 326

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