5 Hours CPD
Suitable for: Non-domestic Energy Assessors Level 3 & 4. Also anyone currently going through NDEA training.
This five hour live webinar will provide an insight into Elmhurst’s SBEM software called SBEM Online. The session will cover the use of SBEM Online, with a detailed look at the areas where SBEM offers more efficient data entry compared to iSBEM and other third party SBEM software. Examples and interactive workshops will be provided.
SBEM Online is Elmhurst’s government-approved energy modelling software for non-domestic energy assessments, designed to help you achieve optimum workflow. Smarter data inputs, automatic calculations and direct lodgements make SBEM Online the stand-out choice for commercial energy assessors looking to save time without compromising on quality. This cutting-edge online software has an established reputation as a reliable, easy-to-use assessment tool, which distinguishes it within the market. After you have completed your assessment, integration with the EPC register and the current NDEA conventions ensure your reports are audit ready by eliminating human error and identifying common mistakes and missing data.
- Basic data entry – step by step guide to entering a project into the SBEM Online software.
- Entering complex geometry and systems into the software – zone shapes other than squares and rectangles, mezzanine floors, zone within a zone, bivalent systems.
- Utilising the software effectively and managing projects when implementing MEES modelling improvements
- Q & A
£90.00 plus VAT
Booking a course
Please book online using the calendar. Our support teams are always happy to provide more information about a course should you require it please call them on Non-Domestic support team directly on 01455 883 231.
Please Note: The online booking system closes 2 working days prior to each event. In some cases it is still possible to take bookings over the phone the day before an event.
All certified energy assessors in the UK must adhere to a mandatory Continuing Professional Development (CPD) policy. Details of which are located in section 7 of the Elmhurst Code of Conduct.