Education In Building offer this Nationally recognised qualification in a combination of online, self paced learning and classroom training.
The materials will direct you to undertake your own research into key concepts, information, requirements, methods and skills, and will provide starting points for this research where useful and practical.
They contain research activities to allow you to consider and apply key concepts, information and requirements and to practice important methods and skills. Where appropriate, these activities direct you to investigate or make use of information and resources that are available at your workplace or general environment.
The materials contain content of relevance to assessors in all States and Territories and summarises the key differences between the different jurisdictions, but not describe or list every difference in detail. You are expected to research the requirements within the jurisdictions within which you typically work.
Education In Building includes software training in this course. No additional fees apply. Other providers of this course do not include software training and send their students to us to be trained.
Classroom Training may not be held in the State in which you live. Check with us for the location and dates of our next classroom training course.
Undertaking the software training with Education In Building you will receive a Nationally Recognised Qualification which is the requirement of the NatHERS administrator, not simply a Certificate of completion that other non registered providers offer.
Don’t be fooled into thinking you can learn how to use the software tools by viewing numerous videos. It has been proven that the only way you will learn how to use the software is with a Subject Matter Expert teaching you. Based on industry feedback, students who have effectively self-taught themselves the software by watching videos are struggling to assess real projects and achieve successful quality assurance review results. In order to survive within a competitive industry, they then need to seek additional one-on-one training that costs more money and time.
Why not simply get it right the first time?