Domestic Green Deal Advisor

City and Guilds Level 3 Diploma in Green Deal Domestic Advice

Registered list price: £955.00 + VAT

Non registered list price: £955.00 + VAT

Duration: 3 days
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The Domestic Green Deal Advisor course enables candidates to become Green Deal Advisors. You must have completed the Level 3 Certificate in Domestic Energy Advice (DEA) before completing this course to qualify as a Green Deal Advisor.

Day 1
  • Introduction to the Green Deal
  • The City & Guilds award – format and syllabus
  • Structure of the Green Deal industry
  • Code of Practice and specifications
  • Regional scope and the effect of tenure
  • Quality assurance for advisors
  • Communication with Green Deal customers
  • The Energy Company Obligation (ECO)
  • FITs and RHIs

Day 2
  • Producing the Green Deal AdviceReport (GDAR)
  • Green Deal functionality in the EPC
  • Occupancy assessment data entry
  • Occupancy assessment workshop
  • Behavioural energy advice

Day 3
  • Bill reconciliation exercise
  • In-use factors for improvement measures
  • Sequencing of improvement measures
  • Improvement measure triggers and standards
  • Issues to consider when selecting measures
  • Portfolio build

Candidates must have completed the Level 3 Certificate in Domestic Energy Advice (DEA) before completing this course to qualify as a Green Deal Advisor. DEAs in England & Wales should have also completed the up-skill qualification (Level 3 Award in Domestic Energy Assessment Professional Development).

If you are accredited as a DEA with another accreditation scheme, please enclose colour copies of your certificate(s) with your application.
 

The course covers:
 

  • Green Deal legislation and supervisory framework
  • The structure of the Green Deal industry - funding, providers, advisors and installers
  • The Code of Conduct and managing conflicts of interest
  • Occupancy Assessment - inspection technique anddata gathering
  • Green Deal Advice Report - data requirements, format and software
  • Understanding the relationship between improvement measures, the building fabric and householder lifestyles
  • Recommending improvement measures appropriate to the household
  • Providing behavioural energy saving advice to householders
  • Explaining Green Deal plans and consumer rights
  • Portfolio build and assessment (held on a separate day)