Domestic Hot Water Storage Systems (Unvented) Course
During the COVID-19 pandemic, we are unable to conduct face-to-face training courses. We have however developed our one-day Domestic Hot Water Storage Systems (Unvented) Course for online delivery using webinar software. This means that plumbing and heating engineers can now undertake our Domestic Hot Water Storage Systems (Unvented) Course remotely via a desktop or laptop computer on the following dates.
Online courses run in the morning from 8.30 to 10.30:
- 22nd to 26th March
- 19th to 23rd April
- 21st to 25th June
- 20th to 24th September
- 18th to 22nd October
- 22nd to 26th November
To maximise the effectiveness of how we deliver each course, we run our online courses over five days in two-hour segments. This has the added advantage for installers of not having to take a whole day off from trading as appointments can be scheduled around the two-hour time slots.
This course can be booked via a digital booking form and the training materials are delivered electronically, and can either be printed off at home or viewed on a second computer screen or via a tablet. The end assessment is carried out using Adobe Acrobat Reader, which can be downloaded free of charge from the Adobe website.
Please refer to the below text for further detail on course content.
This is a one day course which will enable experienced plumbers to become qualified in Domestic Unvented Hot Water Storage Systems (Unvented) including installation, maintenance and commissioning. The course is for plumbing and heating engineers who want to install Domestic Hot Water Storage Systems (Unvented), and will demonstrate their competence so they can either join a Competent Persons’ Scheme allowing the self-certification of installations, or to notify the local Building Control department prior to commencing work.
The course aims to help plumbers and heating engineers who want to install Vented and Unvented Domestic Hot Water Storage Systems (Unvented) to comply with the appropriate Building Regulations and Standards. The manual for England and Wales covers Approved Document G3, Part L1 and Part P of the Building Regulations, while the one for Scotland references Part J of the Building Standards.
Engineers must hold a recognised trade qualification e.g. NVQ Level 2 or 3 in Plumbing and Heating, or Domestic Heating, which will include Water Regulations, OR be working towards one OR have evidence of a number of Years’ experience in the plumbing or heating industry and hold a Water Regulations certificate. Failure to provide evidence of this may result in a conditional certificate being issued.
APHC Members £150 per person
Non-Members £200 per person
APHC Ltd offices at Unit 12 The Pavilions, Cranmore Drive, Shirley, Solihull B90 4SB