|Approximate Duration||3 days|
|Starting On||7th November 2022|
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2. Pre-Requisites: (Learners must hold)
N/SVQ Level 2/3 in Plumbing or equivalent earlier certification that provides evidence of competence;
N/SVQ Level 2/3 in Heating and Ventilating (Domestic Installation) or equivalent earlier certification that provides evidence of competence;
N/SVQ Level 2/3 in Heating and Ventilating (Industrial and Commercial Installation) or equivalent earlier certification that provides evidence of competence;
N/SVQ Level 2/3 in Oil-Fired Technical Services or equivalent earlier certification that provides evidence of competence;
N/SVQ Level 2/3 in Gas Installation and Maintenance or equivalent earlier certification that provides evidence of competence.
Heating installers with experience installing wet central heating systems, evidenced either by Gas Safe (CENWAT), OFTEC (OFT10-105E or OFT15-108W), MCS (Heat Pump or Solar Thermal Hot Water) or HETAS (H004) registration. The experience in these sectors will normally be 3 years, although where the initial assessment confirms the learner has the necessary skills, knowledge and experience which can be evidenced via RPL assessment this duration may be reduced.
In addition, if not included in the above certification in relation to:
• WRAS Water Regulations/Water Byelaws or equivalent
This Qualification would enable registration with MCS for work under the scope of MIS 3005-I (The Heat Pump Standard - Installation). Learners wishing to design installations (MIS3005-D (The Heat Pump Standard - Design)) would need to undertake further additional training (in addition to this qualification) such as the Level 3 award in Low Temperature Heating and Hot water Systems in Dwellings. Where learners apply for MCS registration for the installation only of heat pumps (MIS3005-I) they will be required to demonstrate (in accordance with the CPS requirements) that they have a contract in place with a qualified design engineer.
Initial Assessment:CCTS will carry out an initial assessment of the learner’s ability to successfully complete this qualification, prior to registration.
The Learner will:
Please Note: Your exam will take place at the end of the course. However, if you feel you require additional study time, you may choose to come back at the end of the next course (Please inform your class tutor if you wish to delay your exam time until the end of the next available course) for more information refer to our website Terms & Conditions of Service
Reading material is provided during the course