BER Non Domestic

Start Date

08/05/2024 9:00 am

Duration

2-days Online May 8th & 9th 9.00am-5.00pm

Location

Online

Certificate

N?A

Cost

Subsidised Cost: €600

Introduction to BER for New & Existing Non Domestic Buildings
A Building Energy Rating (BER) and advisory report is to be supplied by the owner to a prospective buyer or tenant when constructed, sold or rented. The objective of the rating is twofold:

To give prospective buyers and tenants information about the energy performance of buildings
To give builders/developers and vendors/landlords, an incentive to upgrade the energy performance of the building by giving visible credit to superior standards.

https://chevrontraining.ie/wp-content/uploads/2023/03/BER-Assessor-Code-of-Practice.pdf

Learning Outcomes

Building Energy Rating (BER) and advisory report is to be supplied by the owner to a prospective buyer or tenant when constructed, sold or rented. The objective of the rating is twofold:

  • To give prospective buyers and tenants information about the energy performance of buildings
  • To give builders/developers and vendors/landlords, an incentive to upgrade the energy performance of the building by giving visible credit to superior standards.

Who is this course for?

Business Owners, Directors, Managers, Supervisors.

For new entrants looking to register as a non-domestic BER assessor for the first time, candidates will be required to fulfill the pre-qualification registration requirements currently outlined on SEAI’s website, supply the relevant registration documentation to SEAI and attend a mandatory New Assessor Induction Module delivered by SEAI.

Modules

Zoom Online, 9.00am-5.00pm

Background information on

  • The National Calculation Methodology and the Activity and Construction databases
  • The appropriate calculation tool
  • Part L requirements and the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD)

Zoning

  • An explanation of zoning rules with examples and practice materials to ensure understanding
  • An explanation of the recommended naming system / convention for building elements should be explained

Using the tool

  • Explanation and demonstration of the following (and where relevant should involve the use of case study buildings):
    • How to download the tool from the website
    • How to enter a building into the tool from start to finish
    • How to double check entered data
    • How to assess compliance with Building Regulations Part L and understand the energy usage and carbon emissions of the building
    • Description of every parameter in the tool and an explanation of the User Guide itself
    • Location and properties of the key input and output files

Trainer Profile

Chevron Training

Accredited Renewable Energy Training Provider

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Our training programs are open to all private or commercial semi-state companies based in the Republic of Ireland.

BER Non Domestic

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