Is becoming a domestic energy assessor the right career move for you?

Whether you have recently graduated or are looking for a career change, becoming a domestic energy assessor (DEA) is an attractive prospect for many people. Deciding to change job or start a new career can be daunting for many people. To help you decide if domestic energy assessor training is the right choice for you, we outline some characteristics that a domestic energy assessor may require.

1. You don't want to spend every day in an office
A large portion of a domestic energy assessor's day will be spent in properties conducting energy assessments. If you would prefer a career that primarily involves you sitting at a desk, an energy assessor may not be the role for you.
2. You have an interest in buildings
Like any career, being passionate about your work is a major benefit. If you have a general interest in buildings, structures or carbon reduction, you will most likely find DEA training, and a DEA career, very fulfilling.
3. You can work independently and in teams
Most DEAs work independently, however, they often build relationships with estate agents and landlords making both self-motivation and communication skills essential.
 If a career as a domestic energy assessor sounds like the right choice for you, contact Elmhurst Energy today for more information about DEA training and other display energy certificate training courses. Good luck as you start your exciting new career, do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions. 

Article published 31st January 2020

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