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Studying a course with us can lead to an exciting career in this thriving industry in traditional trade pathways, or to higher education opportunities in surveying, design, and management. Along the way you will develop and learn new skills that allow you to demonstrate quality in your work to meet industry standards.
As Wales works towards lowering carbon emissions through the Net Zero Strategy by 2050, the construction industry is at the forefront of driving this change in home building through the innovation of new technologies, materials, and methods to help reduce greenhouse gases. Whichever path you choose, you will belong to a network of tradespeople that makes a lasting contribution to your community.
The Accredited Certification Scheme (ACS) consists of a range of work categories within the UK gas industry. You would normally undertake a ‘core’ assessment followed by one or more appliances or specialised assessments.
CCLP1 (or a suitable changeover) is required for any operative wishing to work on Liquid Petroleum Gas (LPG) installations and appliances. In addition, you must hold the relevant appliance element for the work you wish to undertake.
A practical two day course aimed at beginners seeking to learn the basic skills of Dry stone Walling. Each course is run by a qualified lecturer and will provide sufficient information and practical experience to be able to rebuild a small section of wall from base to topping
Learners will be required to demonstrate the necessary skills and knowledge to be able to design energy-efficient low-temperature central heating and hot water systems.
This Level 1 course will introduce you to wall tiling skills and techniques. With this course, you will learn to: Prepare a safe working area Prepare a surface Mix and apply adhesives and grout Fix tiles
Construction is an important global industry offering a diverse range of career pathways in civil engineering, building services engineering, design/architecture and construction supervision/management. In the UK, qualified construction technicians, managers and professionals are highly sought after, with a growing demand for professionals to plan, lead and manage low-carbon and sustainable building projects in an efficient, cost-effective way.
This qualification is intended for those who wish to learn about the legal requirements for plumbing systems in the UK covered by the Water Supply (Water Fittings) Regulations and Water Bylaws and/or the installation, commissioning and safety aspects of hot water systems for domestic use in accordance with UK Building Regulations.
This 1 day course is focused on providing plumbers, gas engineers and renewable energy installers with the knowledge around energy efficiency in the home relating to heating systems.
The Unvented Hot Water (UHWS) course has been designed to test the competence of engineers in the requirements of building Regulations part G3,enabling application to either join a competent person scheme allowing the self-certification of installations, or to notify the local Building Control department prior to commencing work.
This course has been designed with the intention of meeting the requirements of the National Occupational Standards and industry working groups to give installers the skills and knowledge required to correctly install heat pumps. The course is split into two areas which can be undertaken as individual areas or both; Heat Pump Technology and Air Source or Heat Pump Technology and Ground Source or Heat Pump Technology and Air and Ground Source.
The course will concentrate on installing Samsung’s EHS heat pumps including the wiring, plumbing and controls. It will also cover where everything goes, what you get from Samsung and what you provide, setting the system up and testing to see if it is working properly.