Technical knowledge of chimneys and flues

HETAS TRAINING

Our technical knowledge of chimneys and flues is already widely respected and now we have teamed up with Hetas to provide a comprehensive range of Hetas approved training courses at our newly created training centre in Washington, Tyne & Wear. The HETAS designed course will all be led by HETAS approved Trainers.

As a supplement to the HETAS courses, Schiedel also offer Biomass Awareness Seminars, which are led by Biomass Industry Experts and the designers of the Ignite training programme.

For details on the Courses please contact our Training Manager, Adrian Wood on 0191 5009224 or email at adrian.wood@schiedel.co.uk.

Hetas Training

Payment for courses can be made by credit card online. We also offer PayPal Credit which allows you to spread the payments. For any course costing over £150 you get 0% interest for 4 months on that purchase. Simply click the Booking Form button and once you reach the payment page, the option will be there.

Guide on which course to choose

Courses Offered

Biomass Awareness Seminars

BIOMASS AWARENESS SEMINARS

Government targets are driving the renewable heating market forward like never before, and with £22bn being spent on heat in the UK in 2012, isn’t it about time you found out what all the fuss is about?

With 20 times more wood-fired boilers than heat pumps installed under the new Renewable Heat Incentive scheme since its launch, Schiedel Chimney Systems and re:heat, the experts in heating with wood, are holding a series of FREE OF CHARGE Biomass Awareness Seminars for heating engineers and contractors at their new training facility in Washington. The training centre, which is the only HETAS accredited site offering the full range of HETAS courses in the northern half of the UK, boasts excellent facilities for those considering a move into the booming wood heating market.

COURSE CONTENT
The seminars will introduce the scale of the opportunity that is emerging for wood-fired heating appliances, and provide valuable insights into the UK market, including specific case studies. Those attending will also have the opportunity to tour the facilities, where Schiedel have live rigs show-casing traditional wet and dry multi-fuel stoves, and also cutting-edge automated wood-fired boilers from leading Austrian manufacturer, ETA Heiztechnik.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
The course provides an ideal introduction for the heating engineer who may be interested in going on to take the HETAS H005BR Building Regulations and Standards or the H005 Biomass Installer Course and wishes to improve their knowledge of this key sector.

The courses commence at 10.00 and will finish by 13.00.
Refreshments will be provided.

BOOKING INFORMATION
Spaces are limited and will be booked on a first come, first
served basis.

For bookings contact us on 0191 416 11 50.

Hetas Training
H001 - Introduction to Solid Fuel

H001 – INTRODUCTION TO SOLID FUEL (ENTRY LEVEL)
Duration 1 Day

COURSE CONTENT

There will be an introduction to the various products available on the market. You will be given an understanding of:

  • A variety of fuels.
  • The need for rules and regulations and various standards in the industry.
  • The role of HETAS in running the competent persons scheme and its other activities.
  • The role of other bodies within the solid fuel industry

Information will be provided on which other training will be needed to pursue a career in the solid fuel industry.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Anyone interested in a career in solid fuel whether it be purely selling or installing appliances. This course could also provide an insight into the industry for those wishing to decide which career path to follow. Candidates require no previous knowledge or experience to attend this course.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

There are no pre-requisites for this course.
QUALIFICATION

All candidates will receive a certificate of Theory Assessment from HETAS.

Hetas Training
H002 - Solid Fuel Regulations & Standards (certified)

H002 – SOLID FUEL REGULATIONS & STANDARDS(CERTIFIED)
Duration 2 Days

COURSE CONTENT

This HETAS training course is intended to provide information on the following:

  • The makeup of a wide variety of solid woody and mineral fuels.
  • The concepts of heating with solid fuel, wood and biomass.
  • Regional variation of Building Regulations.
  • Distinguishing between different types of appliance.
  • Flues, Chimneys and terminals.
  • Ascertaining which appliance is suitable for which installation.
  • Air supply and ventilation.

The course will conclude with a theory assessment. Successful completion of this course is certificated and is a pathway to registration as a HETAS Approved Retailer.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

This theory and awareness course is designed to introduce candidates to the process of solid fuel installations and is targeted at retail staff, surveyors, specifiers, building control officers, architects and anyone in the industry who is looking to gain knowledge on legislation, design and specification of solid fuel installations and who gives advice but does not carry out installations.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Completion of H001 course (covered on Day 1 of H002 Course).

Candidates should come from a specifier based occupation, including stove shop retailers, construction professionals, architects. Building Control officers and surveyors.

QUALIFICATION

Successful candidates will receive a certificate of competence from HETAS, which is required to apply for registration on the HETAS Approved Retailer Scheme.

Hetas Training
H003 - Dry Appliance Installer Course (practical assessed)

H003 – DRY APPLIANCE INSTALLER COURSE(PRACTICAL ASSESSED)
Duration 3 Days

COURSE CONTENT

The H003 HETAS training course features information on all the relevant Building Regulations as well as the British and European standards currently used in the solid fuel industry. There will be both theory and practical training on:

  • Instruction on all aspects of dry appliance installation.
  • The correct installation of hearths and fireplaces.
  • Different types of chimney and connecting flue pipes.
  • Identification of faults and the correct use of terminals.
  • Commissioning and servicing of dry solid fuel appliances.

Please note that the installation of Twin Wall Insulated Stainless Steel Chimney Systems internally on Residential properties is not covered in this course, but is covered in the separate one day H006 – Chimney Systems Installations course.

Hetas Dry Appliances Course from Schiedel

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

This course is targeted at installation engineers who have the relevant work experience. You would already be working in the solid fuel industry or have relevant work experience in the construction/heating industry.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Verifiable work experience on dry stove installations, and at least one of the following:

  • Evidence of Oftec 101 or 102.
  • Evidence of Gas Safe Registration – CCN1 & CEN1
  • Registered member of GMCS, APICS or NACS
  • Demonstrable, appropriate previous work experience on chimneys and or solid fuel appliances including a portfolio of evidence of work on stove installations with references from Building
  • Inspectors, employers or customers.

QUALIFICATION

Successful candidates will receive a certificate of competence from HETAS, which is required in order to apply for registration on the HETAS Competent Persons Scheme (CPS) for the Installation of Dry Appliances.

Hetas Training
H004 - Wet Appliance Installer Course (practical assessed)

H004 – WET APPLIANCE INSTALLER COURSE (PRACTICAL ASSESSED)
Duration 2 Days

COURSE CONTENT

There will be theory training with a practical context on:

  • Wet system design and specification.
  • Discussions on the advancements in technology.
  • The installation of solid fuel appliances with boilers incorporating vented systems.
  • The principles of gravity circulation.
  • System controls.
  • Integration with other types of wet heating systems.
  • Heating system commissioning handover.
  • Service and maintenance.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Compulsory: Successful completion of HETAS H003 Dry Appliance Installer course and at least one of the following:

  1. Evidence of Oftec 101 or 102.
  2. Evidence of Gas Safe Registration – CCN1 & CEN1
  3. Evidence of formal plumbing and heating qualification i.e City & Guilds 6129 and 6089, or QCF 6189; or other suitable award.
  4. Evidence of equivalent work experience on wet heating systems.
  5. N/SVQ Level 2/3 in plumbing or equivalent earlier certification that provides evidence of competence.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

The H004 HETAS training course is suitable for plumbing and heating engineers and dry appliance installers who have already successfully completed the H003 HETAS training course and wish to extend their competence for the installation of stoves with boilers.

QUALIFICATION

Successful candidates will receive a certificate of competence from HETAS, which is required in order to apply for registration on the HETAS Competent Persons Scheme (CPS) for the Installation of Wet Appliances.

Hetas Training
H005DE - Biomass Direct Entry Course

H005DE – BIOMASS DIRECT ENTRY COURSE
Duration 5 Days

COURSE CONTENT

This HETAS course enables heating engineers to upskill and delivers professional advice to consumers for the installation of biomass to consumers for the installation of biomass heating systems. Delivering a mix of theory and practical study modules for the installation of log, chip and pellet biomass appliances up to 45kW (but may also be appropriate for appliances up to 100kW) including training on:

  • Fuel types and storage options.
  • Feasibility study.
  • Biomass appliance components.
  • Biomass heating system design.
  • Calculating the heat load and system performance.
  • Pre-installation activities.
  • Set to work.
  • Appliance commissioning.
  • Handover to customer.
  • Appliance service and maintenance.
  • Appliance decommissioning.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

This course is for existing installers and HETAS registrants / HETAS Approved Installers who wish to expand their skills and branch out into the installation of Biomass and batch-fed appliances. Successful completion of the biomass course allows HETAS registrants/ HETAS Approved Installers to extend their registration categories to include installation of biomass appliances including mechanically fed appliances.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

  • N/SVQ Level 2/3 in Plumbing or equivalent earlier certification that provides evidence of competence; or
  • N/SVQ Level 2/3 in Heating and Ventilating (Domestic Installation) or equivalent earlier certification that provides evidence of competence; or
  • N/SVQ Level 2/3 in Heating and Ventilating (Industrial and Commercial Installation) or equivalent earlier certification that provides evidence of competence; or
  • N/SVQ Level 2/3 in Oil-Fired Technical Services or equivalent earlier certification that provides evidence of competence; or
  • N/SVQ Level 2/3 in Gas Installation and Maintenance or equivalent earlier certification that provides evidence of competence. Including: Water Regulations/Water Byelaws (WRAS or equivalent).

OPTION 2 – EXPERIENCED WORKER ROUTE
Experienced Worker Route

This is an alternative route for applicants who wish to enrol on the H005DE HETAS course without the Option 1 course prerequisites (see above). Completion of the HETAS Experienced Worker Route Portfolio may provide a suitable option. It is important that the portfolio is completed and approved by the training centre prior to attending a biomass course. HETAS are not able to provide a course certificate if the portfolio has not been completed and approved. Applicants are advised to contact their HETAS training centre for more information if this is a desirable route. In all cases the following are considered:

  • Previous related work experience within the plumbing and heating industry.
  • Already a competent person within a scheme possessing a history of installation experience.
  • Successfully completion of an OFTEC training course 101, 102 or 105e.
  • A valid current gas safe registration with minimum categories of work
    CCN1 and CEN1.
  • City & Guilds 6128, 6129 and 6132 technical certificates.

Please Note: Stand-alone Vocationally Related Qualifications (VQRs), including City & Guilds 6128, 6129 and 6132 technical certificates are not acceptable on their own as an alternative to NVQ Level 2 or 3 but may be used to help support completion of the portfolio.
Any queries relating to the acceptability of a qualification for entry to a HETAS training course should be raised with the HETAS Training & Certification Manager.

Hetas Training
H006 - Chimney Systems Installations Course (certified)

H006 – CHIMNEY SYSTEMS INSTALLATIONS COURSE (CERTIFIED)
Duration 1 Day

COURSE CONTENT

This short course provides training on:

  • Design considerations.
  • Flues, Chimneys and terminals.
  • Installation of twin wall insulated chimney system – stainless steel system chimneys into residential properties.

The course will discuss system components and good installation practice in relation to the various elements of a residential structure i.e. passing through walls, floors, ceiling and roof spaces as well as terminal location.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Registered installers wishing to expand their competencies to include design, installation and notification of internal chimneys system into residential properties. Also suitable for construction professionals looking to learn about appropriate chimneys for solid fuel and system design. The course discusses system components and installation techniques in relation to the various elements of a domestic structure.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Compulsory: HETAS training course H003 Dry Appliance Installer course or HETAS training course H005DE Biomass Installer course.

QUALIFICATION

Successful candidates will receive a certificate of competence from HETAS, which is required in order to apply for registration on the HETAS Competent Persons Scheme (CPS) for the Installation of Twin Wall System Chimneys

Hetas Training
H008 - Dry Pellet Stove Installer

H008 – Dry Pellet Stove Installer

COURSE CONTENT

Candidates will learn about :

  • Operating principles of automated pellet stoves.
  • Dry pellet stove system design and specification.
  • Dry pellet stove appliance selection.
  • Installation and commissioning of dry pellet stove appliances.
  • Handover,service and maintenance of dry pellet stove appliances.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Candidates who have successfully completed the H003 ans wish to expand their knowledge to include the installation of automated dry pellet stove appliances.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Compulsory completion of HETAS H003 Dry Appliance Installer Course

QUALIFICATION

Successful candidates will receive a HETAS certificate .

H009 - Service and Maintenance Course

H009- Service and Maintenance Course

Solid fuel appliances are well known for their high quality, robust construction and durability. However like any product in continuous use they do require attention by the user and routine servicing by an engineer. HETAS recommends that appliances are serviced at least once a year or according to the manufacturer’s instructions.

In support of the requirements, HETAS has launched a Service & Maintenance course designed to ensure engineers are equipped with the knowledge and practical skills to undertake such work.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

The two-day practical course is ideal for businesses that don’t wish to undertake installation work who have relevant experience including stove retailers, chimney sweeps, allied trades such as plumbing and heating installers, maintenance operatives and housing associations with housing stock using solid fuel as a primary heat source.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

At least one of the following:

  • Demonstrable, appropriate previous work experience on stove installations.
  • OFTEC technician with scope of work categories 101,102 or 105e.
  • Registered Gas Safe operative with work categories CCN1 and HTR1.
  • Registered member of GOMCS, APICS or NACS.
  • Plumbing & Heating Service / Maintenance engineer

QUALIFICATION

A training certificate is awarded upon successful completion of the course, enabling the candidate to apply for registration with HETAS on the competent person registration scheme for the Service & Maintenance of appliances.

Retailer Course

RETAILER COURSE
Duration 1 Day

Who Should Attend

The HETAS Approved Retailer Course aims to ensure that approved retailers have at least one HETAS trained member of staff on duty in the showroom at all times to advise customers on appliances and a number of key issues including maintenance, carbon monoxide, government regulations and fuels. For the first time, HETAS is able to deliver the course in the retailer’s own showroom for a group of four or more.

Course Content

The one day course involves group discussions and interactive sessions aimed at giving learners an understanding of solid fuel types and appliances in terms of the factors affecting selection, storage as well as the legislation that applies to dwellings.

Entry Requirements

None

Qualification

Allows the retailer to take advantage of the benefits of the HETAS Approved Retailer Scheme

Please contact us if you are interested in this course. Dates are arranged based on bookings.

HETAS Introduction to Solid Fuel Plus (combined course H001, H002, H003DS, H006)

The HETAS Introduction to Solid Fuel +Plus course is an opportunity to utilise and apply existing practical skills and learn how to undertake Solid Fuel or Wood burning Stove installation. A combination of training, practical activities and assessment concluding in a portfolio of evidence identifying the experience required to register with HETAS.

This includes all of the information detailed in the H001 and H002 courses, enriched with Practical installation scenario’s either on-site evidence or within our realistic working environment.

This then allows you to access the H003DS and H006 later in the week.

SOLID FUEL PLUS COURSE
Duration 5 Days

Course Content

H001/Access to Solid fuel – The learner will cover:

  • Scientific principles
  • Health and safety at work
  • Applying safe working practices
  • Roles, responsibilities and procedures
  • Legislation
  • Types of solid fuel appliances
  • Environmental protection measures
  • Installation of dry stoves, fire backs and lining of chimneys

H002 – The learner will cover:

  • Fuel types, Storage & Selection.
  • Principles of Combustion.
  • Causes of Incomplete Combustion & Carbon Monoxide Poisoning.
  • Appliance types, Operating Principles & Selection.
  • Legislation, Regulations & Industry guidance.
  • Flue system & Ventilation requirements for solid fuel appliances.

H003DS – The learner will cover:

  • Flue & Chimney Inspection, testing and fault diagnosis.
  • Dry solid fuel appliance; Sizing, Selection, Installation, Commissioning & Decommissioning.
  • Dry solid fuel appliance service & maintenance.

H006 – The learner will cover:

  • The Installation & Testing of prefabricated metal twin wall rigid chimney systems.

Entry Requirements

No experience is necessary although it is recommended that you have transferable practical skills when undertaking this combined course.

REFRESHER COURSES

HETAS, the Heating Equipment Testing & Approvals Scheme, are ‘the official body recognised by the UK Government to approve Bio-mass & Solid Fuel Domestic Heating Appliances, Fuels & Services including the registration of competent installers’.The Government Department of Communities and Local Government (DCLG) have put in place conditions for authorisation for Competent Persons Scheme (CPS) operators and their members. The scheme requirements will come fully into force as of June 2014.

One requirement of these conditions is to ensure that HETAS CPS registrants are kept up to date and will maintain their Minimum Technical Competence (MTC).

The current and relevant MTC’s require that Technical qualifications must be renewed on a 5 year cycle. As a condition of registration on the HETAS Competent Persons Scheme (CPS), HETAS will therefore require that all registered installers must have completed either the relevant HETAS Course or the refresher course within the past 5 years as of June 2014.

H003 Refresher course

H003 REFRESHER – DRY INSTALLER REFRESHER COURSE (PREVIOUSLY KNOWN AS THE SOLID FUEL AWARENESS COURSE)

Option 1

One Day – Preliminary Test and then full Practical and Theory Assessment

Candidates choosing this route will receive the relevant course documentation, by registered post, two weeks prior to the exam. Candidates will attend the centre and sit a preliminary test, and if successful, can then proceed, on the same day, directly to the full Practical and Theory Assessment as per the current H003 exams. If unsuccessful in the preliminary test, then candidates will have to carry out the full two day Refresher Course option. Please contact the centre to discuss available dates for this option and costs.

Option 2

One full day of Training and one day for Practical and Theory Assessment

Candidates will attend the centre and receive one full day of Training covering relevant updates to Building Regulations and/or BS/EN standards using the current H003 Training manual. On day 2 candidates will sit the full Practical and Theory Assessment as per the current H003 exams. If successful then candidates will receive the certification required to continue with their CPS registration. If unsuccessful, candidates will have the option to sign up for the full three day H003 Dry Installer training Course.

Entry Requirements

Evidence of HETAS Certification to show successful completion of Solid Fuel Awareness Course or H003
Course and at least one of the following:

  1. Evidence of OFTEC 101 or 102
  2. Evidence of Gas Safe registration to CCN1 or CEN1
  3. Registered membership of NACS, GMCS or APICS
  4. Evidence of previous appropriate work experience

Please note that in order to cover the installation of internal twin wall insulated Chimney Systems candidates will need to complete the separate H006 System Chimney Course.

H004 refresher course

1. What is a refresher course?
HETAS competent person’s scheme (CPS) requirement is that HETAS CPS are kept up to date and will maintain their Minimum Technical Competence (MTC) the current and relevant MTC’s require that technical qualifications must be renewed on a 5 year cycle.

2. How do I know when I need to pursue my refresher course?
You will be advised by HETAS directly when you are due for a refresher

3. When do I need to do a refresher course?
If you have completed your course in 2010 or early 2011, you must be due for your refresher course. You can confirm the same with Hetas and contact us to book your place.

Course Dates & Costs

CODE TITLE DATES DAYS PRICE (ex VAT)
H001 Introduction to Solid Fuel TBA 2 £205
H002 Solid Fuel Regulations
& Standards
April 24-25 2 £460
H003 Dry Appliance Installer Course
(Practical Assessed)
April 10-12
May 8-10
June 5-7
July 4-6
August 29-31
September 25-27
October 30-1
3 £665
H003 Refresher Dry Appliance Installer Course
(Practical Assessed)
May 22-23
June 19-20
July 10-11
September 11-12
October 9-10
2 £460
H004 Wet Appliance Installer Course
(Practical Assessed)
May 25
July 14
October 13
1 £246
H005DE Biomass
Direct Entry Course
July 24-28 5 £995*
H006 Twin Wall Insulated
Stainless Steel Chimney
Installation Course
(Practical Assessed)
April 13
May 11,24
June 8,21
July 13
September 1,13,28
October 12
November 2,29
1 £205
H008** Dry Pellet Stove Installer Course
(Practical Assessed)
TBA 1 TBA
H009 Service and Maintenance April 24-25
June 22-23
September 14-15
November 30-1
2 £460
Retailer** HETAS Approved Retailer Course TBA 1 £205
Combined Course HETAS Introduction to Solid Fuel PLUS November 13-17 5 £995

* Schiedel Chimney Systems Ltd. is an RHI accredited training centre and therefore RHI vouchers can be redeemed towards the cost of this course.
** Depends upon demand

Frequently Asked Questions

We understand that there may be additional queries with respect to the courses we offer. Scroll through the topics mentioned below and if you still have any additional questions do not hesitate to call us on 0191 4161150

General Queries about the Courses

1. Which HETAS training courses are available?
H001, H002, H003, H004, H005DE, H006, Product training Seminars.

2. What are the course dates?
The course dates are available on the Course Dates Section under the News& Events Section of our Website.

3. How do I know if I qualify for the HETAS training course?
The entry requirements for each course are different and are mentioned under the course section on each page. If there further details required please feel free to contact our offices and speak to the Centre Manager at 0191 4161150

4. Are they any provision for installments?
Currently, we are unable to provide any installment scheme.

5. Are there any discounts for groups or block bookings?
This is on case to case basis and we would encourage you to speak to our Centre Manager about it at 0191 4161150

6. How much does the course cost?
The cost of each course in mentioned under their respective section on each page.

7. How do I know which course is for me?
This would depend upon current experience in solid fuel industry and your current position, any doubts can be discussed with our Centre Manger at 0191 4161150

8. If I pay for a specific batch date but I cannot make it for that batch what will happen under these circumstances?
We are flexible on these situations but it depends on availability of the course.

A refund can be an issue and this would be subject to our terms and conditions see application form for full details.

Pre-Requisites for the course

1. No or limited Knowledge
If you have no experience or limited knowledge we would recommend that you initially begin with the H001 HETAS training course. For the H002 HETAS training course you require to gain some experience installing stoves supervised and signed by HETAS qualified engineer

2. I work in a stove shop, do I qualify?
H002 would be starter, if they then wish to fit stoves they would need to install under supervision

3. I’m a gas /Oil engineer experience of working supervised on solid fuel installations.
The H003 installer course and the H006 twin wall chimney course would suit your requirements.

Course Specific Queries

H001

1. What is taught in the H001 HETAS Training course?
This is the Introduction to Solid Fuel appliances. The details are mentioned under course content for each respective course . You can find the information on page 4 of prospectus or alternatively view “H001 – INTRODUCTION TO SOLID FUEL (ENTRY LEVEL)” in Courses Offered above.

2. How many days is the training for H001?
1 day

3. Are there any exams for H001 ?
No formal assessment candidate receives a certificate of attendance

H002

1. What is taught in the H002 HETAS Training course?
We now teach you more in depth knowledge on solid fuel applications and installation including chimney, flues and terminals. The details are mentioned under course content for each respective course .The information can be found of page 5 of the prospectus or alternatively view “H002 – SOLID FUEL REGULATIONS & STANDARDS(CERTIFIED)” in Courses Offered above.

2. How many days is the training for H002?
2 days

3. Are there any exams for H002?
Certificate upon successful completion of a Mulit choice assessment.

H003

1. What is taught in the H003 HETAS Training course?
This course will provide you with the instructions of all aspects of dry stove installations; including building regulations.The details are provided under each respective section and can also be found on Page 6 of the prospectus. Alternatively, view “H003 – DRY APPLIANCE INSTALLER COURSE(PRACTICAL ASSESSED)” in Courses Offered above.

2. How many days is the training for H003?
3 Days

3. Are there any exams for H003?
Multi choice assessment paper , practical assessment specific to fault finding and desk based activity.

H004

1. What is taught in the H004 HETAS training course?
H004 includes the theory training with practical content of wet system design and specification, refer the respective page on our website ,click here or refer page 7 of the prospectus for full course details.

2. How many days is the training for H004
2 days

3. Are there any exams for H004?
Multi choice assessment paper and desk based activity

H005DE

1. What is taught in the H005DE HETAS training course?
This course enables heating engineers to upskill and delivery professional advice consumers for the installation of Biomass heating systems, refer the respective page on the website, click here to view “H005DE – BIOMASS DIRECT ENTRY COURSE” in Courses Offered above

2. How many days is the training for H005DE?
5 days

3. Are there any exams for H005DE?
Desk based activities included installation scenarios, multi choice assessment paper.

H006

1. What is taught in the H006 HETAS training course?
The design considerations of system chimneys, including building regulations are taught this course. Additional information can be found on page 10 of prospectus or alternatively, view “H006 – CHIMNEY SYSTEMS INSTALLATIONS COURSE (CERTIFIED)” in Courses Offered above.

NOTE: to attend H006 you must have successfully complete the H003 / H003R & H005 courses.

2.How many days is the training for H006?
1 day

3. Are there any exams for H006?
Multi choice assessment paper.

Registering for the Course

1. How can I register for the course?
Complete application form and either post or e-mail. There is also the provision of filling in the application form online and printing the application form. For booking online click here

2. Online booking is now also available
Click on the webpage to proceed with online booking . Book your course .

3.What are payments modes for the course?
PayPal (online only) Cheque Credit /Debit card BACS

4.If I register but later want to withdraw my application what will happen?
Depending upon the time scale’s there are various administration costs please refer to the application form terma and conditions for full cancellation details.

After Booking your Spot

1.What documents do I need to provide?
Under each course the respective requirements are stated. It is mandatory to provide these pre-requisites .We currently have the provision to upload your photo and other pre-requisites at the time of enrollment. Alternatively, you can also send them in prior to the course.

2.Will someone contact me to advice on the next steps?
You will receive a letter confirming your booking and requirements. An email is also sent to confirm online payment and reminder to submit your pre-requisites.

During the Course

1. How many sessions are there in each day?
Two main sessions with a lunch break and coffee breaks

2. What are the timings?
9.00 am to 5.00pm

3. Will lunch be served?
Yes

4.What do I need to bring on the day of the course?
A calculator (this is required for Ventilation calculations H003/4/5) Personal Protection Equipment Safety Boots, Safety Gloves and Eye Protection.

After the course

1. When will I get my certificate?
In order to get your certificate you will receive a letter from HETAS with a registration pack. After submitting the registration pack you will receive your certificate within 2-3 weeks.

The Next Step

1. I have recently completed my H001 and wanted to know which course should I now pursue?
H002 would be the next course to attend, probably just attend the second day.

2. I have completed my H002 and wanted to know which course should I now pursue?
After completing H002 we recommend some real time /practical experience after which you could pursue a H003 course. There is no range of practical experience but the course is easier to understand.

3. Which course should I pursue after completing the H003?
After completing the H003 you can proceed with either H006 or H004 .

4. I have recently completed my H005DE and wanted to know which course should I now pursue?
H006 Twin wall course will be the next course

5. Which course can I pursue after completing H006?
Currently, there are no courses to follow the H006.

RETAILER COURSE
Duration 1 Day

Who Should Attend

The HETAS Approved Retailer Course aims to ensure that approved retailers have at least one HETAS trained member of staff on duty in the showroom at all times to advise customers on appliances and a number of key issues including maintenance, carbon monoxide, government regulations and fuels. For the first time, HETAS is able to deliver the course in the retailer’s own showroom for a group of four or more.

Course Content

The one day course involves group discussions and interactive sessions aimed at giving learners an understanding of solid fuel types and appliances in terms of the factors affecting selection, storage as well as the legislation that applies to dwellings.

Entry Requirements

None

Qualification

Allows the retailer to take advantage of the benefits of the HETAS Approved Retailer Scheme

Downloads

Hetas Training Prospectus

Hetas Training Prospectus

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Hetas Biomass Awareness Seminars

Hetas Biomass Awareness Seminars

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Hetas Course Dates, Costs and Application Form

Hetas Course Dates, Costs and Application Form

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Location

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HETAS TRAINING CENTRE

Crowther Road
Crowther Industrial Estate
Washington
Tyne & Wear NE38 0AQ

Tel: 0044 (0)191 4161150
Fax: 0044 (0)191 4151263