Heat pump course (6 Hours + 2 Days Assessment)

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BPEC Heat Pumps E-Learning 6 Hour training course

The UK’s first RHI E-Learning Package

Save up to 31% in comparison to our Classroom Based Heat Pumps Training Course

Trainees should have a minimum NVQ Level 2/3 qualification in plumbing or conventional heating engineering, or a demonstrable number of years of relevant experience.

Candidates must also hold their valid Part L Energy Efficiency and Water Regulations / Scottish Water Byelaws qualifications before attending.

The course includes 2 ‘in centre’ practical days covering both Heat Pump systems Air & Ground source once you have taken the e-learning modules outlined below. This course is mapped to the National Occupational Standards (NOS) and Qualifications Curriculum Framework (QCF).

We also offer a BPEC Solar Thermal Hot Water e-learning course

Price

£595+vat per course.

Contact us

Call us on 01225 667 697 or email training@fgasregister.com 

Course agenda

BPEC Heat Pumps E-Learning+ Training Course Overview:

Who should attend?

This BPEC Heat Pumps (Air & Ground Source) e-learning+ training course is aimed at qualified plumbers and heating engineers with a formal NVQ (or equivalent) or a number or years’ experience in the industry, together with qualifications Part L Energy Efficiency and Water Regulations.

Purpose of this course

This BPEC Heat Pumps (Air & Ground Source) e-learning+ training course is recognised for MCS and the Renewable Heat Incentive and is ideal for installers who are computer literature and want to learn in their own time.

Background

The launch of the Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive will see a major increase in the demand for Bpec Heat Pumps (Air & Ground Source) due to the fact that customers can claim up to £800 for Air Source Heat Pumps and £2,400 for Ground Source Heat Pumps per year on a typical UK home.

This 6 hour e-learning training course equips qualified plumbing and heating engineers with the underpinning knowledge and practical skills to install domestic Heat Pumps (Air & Ground) Source systems.

In Centre Practical Assessment

This BPEC Heat Pumps (Air & Ground Source) e-learning+ training course includes ‘in centre’ practical sessions on purpose built Heat Pumps (Air & Ground Source) roof rigs once you have taken the e-learning modules outlined below. This course is mapped to the National Occupational Standards (NOS) and Qualifications Curriculum Framework (QCF).

Assessment days are available in York and Slough.

What is covered?

Module 1 – Heat Pumps in Context

Module 2 – How A Heat Pump Works – Principles and Components

Module 3 – Insulation, Heat Losses and the Effect of Heating System Design

Module 4 – Domestic Hot Water, buffer tanks and solar coils

Module 5 – Ground Heat Exchangers

Module 6 – Health and Safety

Module 7 – Heat Pump Installation 

Module 8 – Maintenance and Fault Finding. Includes an online assessment at the end of each module) Also includes additional practical videos, FAQ’s and time allocation for re-views.

FAQ

BPEC Heat Pumps E-Learning+ Training Course FAQ’s:

Key Course Facts:

Course duration: 6 Hours + 2 days in Centre Practical Assessment

Q – Who is the BPEC Heat Pumps (Air / Ground Source) (Installer) e-learning+ course aimed at?

A – Trainees should have a minimum NVQ Level 2/3 qualification in plumbing or conventional heating engineering, or a demonstrable number of years of relevant experience, plus Water Regulations/Byelaws and Energy Efficiency certificates.

 

Theory overview

What is covered?

Module 1 – Heat Pumps in Context

Module 2 – How A Heat Pump Works – Principles and Components

Module 3 – Insulation, Heat Losses and the Effect of Heating System Design

Module 4 – Domestic Hot Water, buffer tanks and solar coils

Module 5 – Ground Heat Exchangers

Module 6 – Health and Safety

Module 7 – Heat Pump Installation 

Module 8 – Maintenance and Fault Finding. Includes an online assessment at the end of each module) Also includes additional practical videos, FAQ’s and time allocation for re-views.

Practical overview

In Centre Practical Assessment

The course includes 2 ‘in centre’ practical days on purpose built Heat Pumps rigs once you have taken the e-learning modules outlined below. This course is mapped to the National Occupational Standards (NOS) and Qualifications Curriculum Framework (QCF).