I want to make energy lodgements
To carry out work as an Energy Assessor you must be Certified by a MHCLG Authorised Certification Scheme.
Before you can join an EPBD (Energy Performance of Buildings Directive) certification scheme, you must complete some of the following entry requirements:
The equivalent training course
Submit a portfolio demonstrating your business skills
Proof of Public Liability and Professional Indemnity Insurance
In some cases a DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) check
A minimum of 10 hours CPD a year
Certification allows an energy assessor to lodge Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) for different property types in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland or Wales.
Members can demonstrate to a home or building owner that you are able to carry out work competently and to a high standard, and in accordance with the National Occupational Standards (NOS).
Stroma Certification will audit some lodgements each year to maintain your membership.
Become a Stroma Member today
I need to train as an Energy Assessor
Train to be an Energy Assessor with and benefit from industry-leading software and technical support.
Stroma offers both traditional and online training courses to offer a route towards membership for energy assessors working on all types of property:
Domestic (5-day DEA course or Online Course)
New Build (5-day SAP course or Online Course)
Commercial (5-day NDEA L3 and L4 courses)
Public Building (3-day DEC course)
Retrofit (2-day PAS 2035 course or Online Course)
Completing your training with Stroma Certification, will allow you to join a certification scheme as a qualified energy assessor.
You will need to complete a Membership Application form and fulfil the scheme entry requirements to be accepted onto a scheme.
Once you have become an energy assessor member, Stroma Certification can help you maintain your membership via our annual Continuing Professional Development (CPD) programme.