There are approximately 15,000 energy assessors working across the UK. Usually, an energy assessor will specialise in providing energy assessments for a particular type of building which could include:
Non-Domestic/Commercial and Public Buildings
New Build properties
All energy assessors must follow a standardised procedure when carrying out their energy assessments. Elmhurst provide the relevant training, accreditation, government-approved software, and support team to allow their assessors to conduct EPCs successfully.
There is no prior experience needed to become an energy assessor, and assessors can become qualified in as many strands as they want, further increasing their earning potential. Additionally:
Upon completion of our DEA course, you will gain the City and Guilds Level 3 Certificate for Domestic Energy Assessment, and be qualified to produce EPCs for domestic properties while using RdSAP software.
Level 3 – This assessor can undertake energy assessments on commercial buildings that have common characteristics.
Level 3 & 4 – This assessor can undertake energy assessments on commercial buildings with uncommon characteristics, and can also produce EPCs for new build commercial properties.
An OCDEA focuses on producing EPCs for new build domestic properties using SAP software. Our ABBE training course is suitable for new entrants.
We work with our members to: