EnviroVent gains BPEC approval for domestic ventilation training

Published:  03 August, 2011

EnviroVent, ventilation, training, BPEC

Ventilation manufacturer EnviroVent has received approval from the British Plumbing Employers Council to become an approved training centre for the domestic-ventilation training programme. Domestic ventilation is now notifiable work under Part F of the Building Regulations and must be carried out by a suitably qualified person. The certificate is shown here by EnviroVent’s trainer Darren Chadwick.

Recognised by HVCA and the NICEIC, the 2-day course is open to people with a number of years of experience in plumbing, heating or electrical engineering — or who are completing NVQ Level 3 in these fields.

For more information on this story, click here: August 2011, 206

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