Level 4 Award in Domestic Retrofit Assessment

Price: £1,300.00 excl. VAT

What is the Level 4 Award in Domestic Retrofit Assessment Course?

This Level 4 Award in Domestic Retrofit Assessment will transform your knowledge and skills in this field. This is the right course for you if you want to develop a career as a PAS 2035 Retrofit Assessor.

The Retrofit Assessor will play a key role as the UK reduces its carbon emissions by improving energy efficiency and retrofitting homes. As a Retrofit Assessor you will visit properties and carry out the survey that is required to inform the decision making about what measures should be installed. This will involve assessing the condition, occupancy and significance of the building in line with the PAS.

Domestic Retrofit Assessment Overview

Who is the Domestic Retrofit Assessment Course for?

This course is beneficial for people from horizontal sectors of the construction industry.

Download the level 4 Award in Understanding Domestic Retrofit brochure for more information on this qualification and course structure.

Alternative methods of delivery can be discussed, please let us know upon booking.

Domestic Retrofit Assessment Benefits

  • Learn the essential requirements of retrofit and occupancy assessments.
  • Learn how to assess the condition of a dwelling and how to record defects.
  • Conduct a virtual retrofit assessment of a domestic dwelling and complete the assessment report.
  • Learn how to tailor your advice to meet the unique needs and preferences of customers and residents.
  • Accreditation / Qualification(s) offered

    All learners successfully passing the End Point Assessment will be recommended for the award of the Level 4 Award in Domestic Retrofit Assessment from AIM Qualifications, an Ofqual-regulated Awarding Body.

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    What this course includes

    The course is made up of nine modules that cover all aspects of retrofit assessment. Each module features extensive learning materials, expert presentations, case studies and activities that are designed to give you an in-depth understanding of both theory and practice.

    Delivery method:

    • Self-Guided eLearning
    • Level 4 Award
    • AIM Qualification
    • 4-hr Expert-Led Zoom Bootcamp

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    All prices are per person and exclude VAT.

    This course will equip you with the knowledge and skills required to build on your Domestic Energy Assessment (DEA) qualification and prepare you to carryout retrofit assessments in line with PAS 2035 requirements. Successfully completing the course leads to the Level 4 Award in Domestic Retrofit Assessment. It is a blended learning approach with a specialist tutor on hand to answer any questions. There is a virtual assessment of a property, followed by the completion of a report based on a Retrofit Academy assessment report template. This is to help prepare you for the end assessment.

    Learners are required to hold an existing Level 3 Award in Domestic Energy Assessment before enrolling.

    Upon successful completion of this course, delegates will receive the Level 4 Award in Domestic Retrofit Assessment. You will possess the expertise to assess the condition, occupancy and significance of buildings in line with the PAS.

    This course is made up of 9 modules that cover all aspects of Retrofit Assessment, such as:
  • PAS 2035 and retrofit assessments - All you need to know about PAS 2035 and how this impacts on the Retrofit Assessor’s role.
  • Context of dwellings - Looking at the areas that need to be addressed in preparation for carrying out a retrofit assessment.
  • Assessing the condition of a dwelling and recording any defects - Learn how to assess the condition of the dwelling and record defects.
  • The requirements of occupancy assessments - Successfully plan the retrofit process with details of the occupancy of a dwelling.
  • Ventilation requirements of a dwelling - A comprehensive understanding of a dwelling’s existing ventilation system should be recorded by the Assessor
  • Energy performance of a dwelling - Estimating energy usage and cost, and carbon dioxide emissions using industry models, such as the Standard Assessment Procedure (SAP) or the Passive House Planning Package (PHPP).
  • Significance of a dwelling - Learn about the classification of a building.
  • Retrofit assessment reports - The completion of the assessment report following a virtual retrofit assessment of a domestic dwelling.
  • Retrofit advice to customers - What the Retrofit Assessor’s responsibilities are in this respect.
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