Green Deal Qualifications
Green Deal qualifications have been developed in response to the UK Government’s implementation of the Energy Bill.
The Green Deal Initiative is a financial arrangement to implement energy-saving measures with no upfront cost to the property owner/tenant. It is expected that Green Deal will enable many households and businesses to improve the energy efficiency of their properties so less energy is consumed and greenhouse gas emissions are reduced.
- Certificate in Remote Green Deal Advice comprises of six mandatory Units. This qualification is for people involved in advising new and existing consumers about Green Deal.The Green Deal remote advice course includes background to the Green Deal, how the Green Deal operates, advice to potential Green Deal clients, and other practical customer service advice.
- Diploma in Green Deal Non-Domestic Advice comprises of eight mandatory Units. Green Deal Non-Domestic Advisors are needed to visit non-domestic properties to assess their suitability for energy efficiency measures and make appropriate recommendations. Non-Domestic dwellings can be more varied and complex than domestic dwellings. In order to provide individuals with advice to enable them to make informed decisions, Green Deal Non-Domestic Advisors will need to have the right mixture of technical knowledge, practical competence and people skills.
- Diploma in Green Deal Domestic Advice comprises of eight mandatory Units. Green Deal Domestic Advisors are needed to visit households and businesses to assess their suitability for Green Deal energy efficiency measures and to create Green Deal Plans. In order to do this they will need to have a mixture of technical knowledge, practical competence and people skills to provide households and businesses with the advice they need to make informed decisions.