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Stroma Certification’s Retrofit Coordinator Certification scheme is approved by TrustMark. It provides certification for Retrofit Coordinators to perform a project management role and produce Retrofit Plans in line with PAS 2035. The PAS 2035: 2019 is the specification for the energy retrofit of domestic buildings. There is considerable excitement in the energy and retrofit markets about this role, as we move towards the government’s intended date of 2050 for a carbon neutral UK and EPC C by 2035.
Stroma Certification is highly experienced in the energy assessment industry – we were at the forefront of ECO when it launched and have a vast experience of the relationships and workflows of ECO. Stroma are again at the forefront of the transition of ECO3 to adopt PAS 2035. and can assist Coordinator members with queries and questions during the formative stages of the PAS 2035 adoption into ECO3.
If, as an individual, you are at least 75% through your RFC training with the Retrofit Academy, we can certify you. There is then a 3 month period, by which the full qualification must be gained.
£50 Application Fee
£200 Annual Membership
£10 Retrofit Assessment Lodgement Path A or B
£25 Retrofit Assessment Lodgement Path C
All quoted prices exclude VAT.
The Coordinator role is the key role within PAS 2035 and acts at the Project Manager as well as performing other roles. The Retrofit Academy have written a course that meets the requirements of the Coordinator Role – offering the Level 5 Diploma in Retrofit Coordination and Risk Management. In order to be eligible to register with the Stroma Retrofit Coordinator Certification Scheme, all applicants will need to hold this qualification. The training will allow built environment professionals, to operate as a Retrofit Coordinator.
This qualification is aimed at existing built environment professionals with extensive experience and understanding of buildings, construction methods and issues. You will hold existing qualifications in the built environment. You must have the skills already expected of a professional in the building industry, including but not limited to:
• project management including programming and advising on the budget
• assessing and managing technical and procedural risks
• making applications for statutory approvals
• managing a tender process to identify and appoint Retrofit Installer(s)
• negotiating contracts
• ensuring effective communication between teams
• administering contracts
• inspecting work to check progress, quality and compliance
• overseeing testing and commissioning
• overseeing the handover of the project on completion
• adjudicating any disputes
• making defects inspections and arranging any necessary remedial works.
Broadly, this training covers essential skills and knowledge relating to design, assessment and project management of a wide array of domestic refurbishment projects, which will equip candidates with the ability to reduce instances of failures and defects. Following successful completion of the training course, candidates can apply for certification as a Retrofit Coordinator. For more information on The Retrofit Academy and the Coordinator training opportunity, please visit https://www.retrofitacademy.org/retrofit-coordinator or for more information email firstname.lastname@example.org