Non-Domestic Energy Assessor Level 5 (DSM) Training
Elmhurst’s NDEA Level 5 Training ensures that energy assessors have the skills and knowledge to deliver professional energy assessments, and lodge Energy Performance Certificates for commercial buildings in England and Wales using Dynamic Simulation Modelling (DSM).
Level 5 commercial buildings are typically the most complex buildings to produce energy assessments for. A Level 5 non-domestic property can be identified from specific features such as atriums, automatic blind control and ventilation with enhanced thermal coupling. A larger commercial building with a complex structure, such as a shopping centre or a skyscraper, will require a Level 5 Energy Performance Certificate (EPC).
Elmhurst has partnered with leading DSM software provider DesignBuilder to provide courses, recommended for Level 4 Non-Domestic Energy Assessors. Previous experience with DesignBuilder's software interface (SBEM or DSM) will determine which training course is right for you.
I have never used DesignBuilder software
Individuals who have used other SBEM and DSM tools but are new to DesignBuilder software, will need to complete the 'DesignBuilder SBEM for UK Certification' course. This course will provide an introduction to the DesignBuilder software and will take you through SBEM interface. This course provides 7 hours CPD. Click here to find out more.
I have used DesignBuilder Software for SBEM Calculations
Individuals who have sufficient experience using DesignBuilder to certify UK buildings and are intimately familiar with the DesignBuilder SBEM training manual, are eligible to attend ‘DesignBuilder DSM for UK Certification Training’. This course provides 7 hours CPD. Click here to find out more.
Already Trained as a Non-Domestic Level 5 Assessor?
If you are already trained and are qualified to use DSM for Level 5 Non-Domestic Energy Assessments then you will be eligible to join our leading accreditation scheme. You can find out more about Elmhurst's Level 5 accreditation scheme by clicking below.FIND OUT MORE >