Alan Pither Ltd also offers a wide range of one day or half day training sessions that are usually run in-house and customised to meet individual client’s specific requirements. These are designed to be as interactive as possible to maximise the engagement of the participants in the material covered. Attendance certificates can be provided as evidence of participation for CPD purposes.
Home Energy Advice
A one day course on how to reduce energy consumption in the home including ‘low cost’ and ‘no cost’ measures. Aimed at advice agencies, local authorities and housing associations.
Renewable Energy Technologies
A one day course on an understanding of the different technologies that can be used – their potential, constraints, etc. Aimed at advice agencies, local authorities and housing associations.
Achieving the higher levels of the CSH
A one day course on an understanding of the factors to consider when designing new homes to meet the CSH Level 4, 5 or 6 criteria. Aimed at developers, architects, local authority planners and housing associations.
Introduction to BREEAM
A one day or half day course available on the understanding of the BREEAM assessment process, the issues covered and the scoring and rating system. Intended audience is developers, architects and local authority planners.
Sustainability in Buildings
One day or half day versions are available and these can be customised to suit the audience. The course provides an understanding of the issues relating to sustainability in buildings and the development of sustainability strategies. Aimed at developers, architects, local authorities and housing associations.
Ten Steps to Energy Efficiency (or Energy Management Demystified)
One day course on how to implement an energy management strategy based on a comprehensive case study of a real building. Aimed at site managers and others responsible for the management of energy use in non-domestic buildings and energy assessors.
Building Regulations Part L
One day or half day, depending on scope covered (new and/or existing homes, new and/or existing non-domestic buildings) providing an understanding of the requirements of Part L requirements.