This qualification provides a diverse range of skills and knowledge needed by professionals in conducting house energy ratings using NatHERS Accredited Software.
You will learn essential skills such as:
✔️ thermal resistance and capacitance of building materials
✔️ window glazing values
✔️ occupancy patterns (including internal heat loads, typical occupancy times and occupancy behaviour)
✔️ window coverings (which are standardised for all ratings, noting they are likely to change of the life of the building)
✔️ different types of zones in the house and whether they are conditioned/unconditioned
✔️ thermostat settings (temperatures at which artificial heating/cooling is no longer required to achieve thermal comfort, noting this varies depending on climate zone)
✔️ local climate and weather (including temperature, humidity, wind and sun)
✔️ shadowing/overshadowing by adjacent buildings and features
✔️ size of the building being assessed (noting smaller buildings generally have a larger wall surface area than bigger buildings)
Government funding is available for this course in 2024 apply now
✔️ Don’t pay more than you have to. We guarantee the best price you will find, and you will learn much more than what other training providers are offering, the fee structure is in the course facts below.
✔️ We provide a written quote for anyone interested in completing the course
✔️ Our price for this course is GST free
✔️ Our price includes software training in any one of the most current version of either FirstRate5, HERO, Bers Pro or AccuRate
✔️ In the unlikely event, you receive a lower priced written quote on the identical training, we will beat it
✔️ We do not accept upfront payments of more than $1,500
✔️ For your convenience we offer 4 payment options for you to choose from.
✔️ The price will be reduced if you are granted RPL.
To undertake the CPP41119 Certificate IV in Home Energy Efficiency and Sustainability you are expected to:
✔️ Be able to effectively read and extract information from plans, drawings and specifications for residential buildings,
✔️ Have a basic understanding of the National Construction Code
✔️ Manage own work, professional development and ethical behavior in a satisfactory manner,
✔️ Be able to use a personal computer, including basic word processing, spreadsheet, email programs and internet search engines,
✔️ Have a demonstrated capacity in literacy and numeracy, and
✔️ Have demonstrated interpersonal communication skills.
In addition, Education in Building delivers this nationally recognised Certificate IV qualification via three (3) modes, being:
1️⃣ Complete the entire course online
2️⃣ A combination of Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) and online training
3️⃣ Full Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
If you are uncertain about which course mode would suit you best, contact EIB and we will advise you on the most beneficial and cost-effective pathway to achieve your qualification to become an Energy rating Assessor.
Complete the Request a Quote form and by providing us details we can send you an individual quote and all the details about the House Energy Rating course.