As PV attracts a favourable rate in the generation levels of the Feed in Tariff, interest is growing amongst homeowners and developers and opening up new business opportunities. An Ofgem report shows that over 6,500 homes registered solar PV for the FIT since April this year.
‘The driver for implementing the course was the number of requests by trainees on our other courses in the installation of heat pumps, solar thermal and underfloor heating – and PV links well with our other products,’ says Training Centre Manager Steve Rhodes.
The course runs for four days (three if you have previously attended a NICEIC health and safety course) and covers small scale installations. Class size is a maximum of eight, enabling plenty of individual attention.
Minimum pre-requisites for candidates are Part P full scope and 17th Edition. However, for other interested parties such as heating and plumbing engineers or self-builders who want to understand the technology, it is possible to attend the course on a Continuing Professional Development (CPD) basis. Instead of a certificate of competence, such candidates will receive a Nu-Heat generated certificate of attendance.
All course attendees can expect the usual warm welcome and relaxed atmosphere associated with Nu-Heat’s Training Centre.
For more information or to book your place call Milly on 01404 540616 or by emailing her or visit http://www.nu-