To pass this course, it is strongly suggested that delegates:
Are familiar with the Building Regulations Part L
Have a sound understanding of the Air Tightness Tester Approval and Quality Procedures
Be familiar with area and volume calculations including trigonometry.
Delegates should also be equipped with:
Personal Protective Equipment including hard hat, high-vis vest/jacket and safety boots.
There is no requirement to complete a training course before you carry out an air pressure test. The requirement is that the test be carried out by a competent person to the applicable standard. Our course is based on the standards laid out in IS EN 13829:2000 “Thermal performance of buildings: determination of air permeability of buildings: fan pressurization method”, these are the standards that exist for air testing in Ireland.
The building regulations state “The tests should be carried out by a person competent to carry out this work. The test report should contain at least the information specified in Section 7 of IS EN 13829.” Our training course is designed to bring your knowledge and skills beyond what is legally required.
Cancellation policy: In the event of a participant needing to cancel their booking, our policy requires that a request is received in writing by Chevron Training & Development Ltd., no later than 30 days prior to the commencement date of the particular course signed up to. Receipt of any written request less than 30 days prior to course commencement will not be facilitated, as Chevron Training & Development Ltd will have insufficient time to fill that place.
›› Chevron Training has emerged as Irelands leading energy training provider, comprising a formidable team of engineers from construction, building services, architectural and mechanical backgrounds. Our success is largely due to our hard-earned reputation for service and customer focus, epitomised by thoroughness and attention in assisting our students in every aspect.
enter your email address to subscribe