Stroma Certification’s ABBE-approved Public Building Assessor Training is a two-day course which teaches candidates how to produce Display Energy Certificates (DECs).
Our DEC certification scheme is authorised by DCLG and members are regularly audited to maintain assessment standards across the industry.
Complete the DEC training with Stroma Certification and you can join our certification scheme as a DEC assessor. You’re supported by a dedicated and expert technical support team and provided with the software and technical resources to gain a competitive advantage within the public building assessment industry.
Display Energy Certificates (DECs) provide buildings with an operational rating, in terms of energy usage, on a scale of A-G (A being the most efficient). DECs are based on the actual amount of metered energy used by the building over a 12-month period. A DEC and Advisory Report (AR) are required for public buildings with a useable floor area over 500m2 that are occupied in whole, or in part, by public authorities and by institutions providing public services to a large number of persons, and are therefore frequently visited by members of the public.
Through our partnership with SystemsLink you can access OR Toolkit software. Full training is given in the use of the software to process DEC data and lodge the advisory report.
We recommend the completion of a minimum of 10 CPD hours to maintain your DEC certification. Stroma Certification provides regular CPD sessions to members to assist with fulfilling this requirement.
Stroma Certification’s Public Building Assessor (DEC) training is approved by the Awarding Body of the Built Environment (ABBE). A registration fee of £230+VAT is payable to ABBE upon course completion. We offer DEC training across the UK and can provide the course at a location of your choosing for groups of four or more individuals.
Following course completion, Stroma Certification will award applicants certified status on receipt of a portfolio containing evidence of business skills and a minimum of 3 DECs.