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Unvented Domestic Hot Water Systems

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This course now covers the new requirements under building regulations part G3 for both unvented and vented systems. This is ideal for those candidates wishing to work unsupervised, on unvented domestic and small commercial hot water storage systems.
This also enables self-certification of your installations.
Please note that if you are thinking of becoming a Solar domestic water heating installer, this course is a prerequisite.

Courses Free if you are aged 16-18

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* Prices shown are for the 2014-15 academic year.
* Please contact Student Support if you are unsure of the fee you need to pay.
* If the duration of your course is more than 1 year, further tuition/material fees will be expected 12 months after starting your course unless you are exempt from payment.

What Qualifications or experience do I need?

Candidates should be in the process of studying for, or qualified to NVQ2 in Plumbing or an equivalent qualification.

How long is the course?

1 day

What will I learn?

System design
Installation, commissioning and servicing unvented hot water cylinders
Fault finding on unvented hot water cylinders
Understanding unvented hot water cylinder installation legislation (Part G3)

How will I learn?

The course covers learning that includes theory and a short practical session.

How will I be assessed?

Multiple choice written and practical assessments.

Where could this course lead to?

Opportunities can involve progressing onto building services engineering courses.
This course is recognised by Competent Person Schemes (CPS) approved to offer self-certification under Approved Document G.

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