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Description

The ABBE Level 5 Diploma in Retrofit Coordination and Risk Assessment qualification is intended for individuals who are employed in the built environment and construction industry. The Retrofit Coordinator is a mandatory role for all retrofit projects as outlined in PAS2035.

The role of the Retrofit Coordinator is to protect both the client’s interest and the public interest. Retrofit Coordinators need to be qualified to provide end-to-end project coordination (i.e. from the inception of a retrofit project to handover and beyond, including undertaking basic monitoring and evaluation work) and to identify, assess and manage the technical and process risks associated with domestic retrofit projects. The Retrofit Coordinator plays a pivotal and overarching role in the retrofit process. 

Compliance is a mandatory requirement of schemes wanting to operate under TrustMark – the new quality mark for the Retrofit sector. The Retrofit Coordinator will also be responsible for ensuring and claiming compliance with PAS2035. This qualification confirms occupational competence.

This qualification takes a practical approach to learning with a balance of academic assignments, whilst applying the theory in practice with the application of retrofit software case studies based upon real-world projects. This ensures that newly qualified coordinators are ready to fulfil their role confidently when entering the marketplace.

Please note that due to funding requirements, any candidates undertaking this course through the Home Decarbonisation Skills Training Competition (HDSTC) funding, will have until Friday 16th August 2024 to complete the entire qualification. The partially funded version of the course will be available to book until 9th June 2024. Please note, the approximate hours of study for this course are: 170 Hours. Please only book your space if you are able to complete your studies within the time period outlined.

 

  

Course Schedule

This qualification is made up of 10 mandatory units which have been allocated a Total Qualification Time (TQT) of 170 hours.

The course is a self-paced remote learning course through our modern and interactive online learning management system, with help provided by your own assigned assessor and our dedicated helpline email address.

The following topics will be covered:

  • Introduction to domestic retrofit*

  • Assessing dwellings for retrofit

  • Retrofit assurance and risk management

  • Building physiology - heat gain and heat loss

  • Building physiology - moisture

  • Understanding and improving building fabric

  • Understanding and improving building services

  • Improving air tightness and ventilation

  • Improvement option valuation and medium term retrofit plans

  • Post retrofit testing, monitoring and evaluation

  • Followed by practical software learning and practical assessment 

You will be assessed by multiple choice tests, written questions, and video/ audio presentation at the end of each module. As well as practical software assessments towards the end of the course to ensure that you feel prepared to conduct real life coordination projects.

*Please note: Learners that have achieved the Level 3 Award in Introduction to Domestic Retrofit are exempt from Unit 1

Prerequisites

  • Learners must hold a Level 3 Certificate/Diploma in Domestic Energy Assessment. Proof of this will be required upon registration

  • This qualification is relevant for those who have experience of working in construction or the built environment for a minimum of 2 years within the past 3 years, proof of this is required via a CV or employers testimony/letter.

  • Minimum age: 18+

  • Strong I.T. skills required

  • To be eligible for the HDSTC funding, learners must reside in England. Proof will be required upon registration

Whats Included?

  • ABBE registration

  • Access to our state of the art Learning Management System (LMS)

  • Support from a dedicated assessor who will provide guidance and feedback on all of your assessments

  • Introduction and access to PAS Hub software (provided by Core Logic)

  • A dedicated resource centre with guidance, technical bulletins and additional practical information relevant to the retrofit coordination role

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Please feel free to contact one of our friendly advisors to discuss your course requirements on 0333 012 0002 or email info@energy-trust.co.uk