The course is made up of 4 modules that cover all aspects of retrofit advice. Each module features extensive teaching materials, expert presentations, case studies and activities that are designed to give you an in-depth understanding of both theory and practice.
The AIM Qualifications Level 3 Award in Domestic Retrofit Advice gives you the knowledge, skills and confidence to provide retrofit advice. The course is easy to follow and gives you a comprehensive introduction to whole house retrofit. Learners will gain an understanding of what domestic retrofit is, what it is supposed to achieve, and what to look out for when installing energy efficiency measures in homes. It will provide you with all you need to know when working in the industry, so you are always one step ahead.
Upcoming course date schedules:
1st day delivered face to face then remote delivery. 4 day course
Cohort 1 — Every Thursday from the 7th September to the 28th September.
Cohort 2 — Every Thursday from 5th October to the 26th October.
Morning sessions are from 9am until 12:30pm and afternoon session are from 1.15pm to 4.15 pm
The fee for this course is £1300
What Does The Programme Include
This course includes 3 days of classroom base sessions between 9.00AM and 4.30PM.
There are 3 days optional remote attendance.
This course also includes:
You must have experience of working in the retrofit industry or a recognised retrofit or construction qualification.
Customer service experience is also desirable.
How The Course Will Be Assessed
Portfolio of evidence including Multiple Choice Questions, Practical Assessment via Case Study and Professional Discussions.
Course fee: £1300 This course takes 30 hours to complete
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Potential Future Career
So that you learn more than just the technical knowledge required to be a Domestic Retrofit Advisor, the course also includes content and resources designed to support you in your transition to being a Retrofit Advisor.
1. The Role of Retrofit in Home Energy Consumption
All you need to know about climate change, the importance and meaning of retrofit, fuel poverty and the role of a Retrofit Advisor
2. Retrofit Principles
Learn the basics of construction and building services, energy efficiency and heat loss, retrofit measures and technologies and the major risks in retrofitting
3. The Retrofit Industry and the Role of Advisors
Get to grips with the organisations involved in retrofit, the funding and grants available, the typical retrofit customer journey, PAS2035 and the role of the Retrofit Advisor
4. Understanding the Principles of Retrofit Advice
The skills and knowledge you need to do the job properly, including site visits, health and safety, common challenges in retrofit and energy efficiency and how to deliver good retrofit advice