Understand how to compliantly assess all non-domestic properties
Learn how to complete EPCs and Recommendation Reports
We offer both Level 3 and Level 4 NDEA courses
Delegates who complete this course are eligible to gain certification as a Non-Domestic Energy Assessor (NDEA). Qualified NDEAs can become members of our NDEA certification scheme. This allows them to produce Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs), Recommendation Reports and use Simplified Building Energy Model (SBEM) software to compliantly assess non-domestic properties.
By choosing to train as a NDEA with us you will have access to our trainers with decades of experience in the UK energy industry. You will learn all the necessary practical skills of building surveying as well as data entry with approved government software.
Becoming fully trained as an NDEA with Stroma will give you the competitive edge, along with our popular certification scheme to practice as a NDEA in a very busy market.
NDEAs can choose additional training courses from Stroma Certification to further diversify their skillset and gain more opportunities within the commercial industry.
Our ESOS training course covers the requirements of the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme and offers a qualification as an ESOS Lead Assessor. This training course will cover the current guidance and recent updates to the ESOS legislation.
Section 63 Training
Stroma Certification’s Section 63 Training is designed to prepare existing NDEAs to undertake Section 63 Assessments and to produce an Action Plan in a compliant manner. This is an ideal training course for DEAs who are looking to expand their skillset and availability for extra compliance work.
All face to face training courses are currently unavailable due to COVID-19. Please review our Online training courses which we are running in replacement.
£1,595 Level 3/4 Comined
£230 Registration Fee
All quoted prices exclude VAT. Registration fee is payable to ABBE. All Energy Assessor courses are subject to a minimum age entry requirement. All learners must be 18 on the day that they qualify