Low Carbon Heating training; essential for all installers
As the heating industry evolves, engineers must have a broader range of skills. With the government’s target to install 600,000 heat pumps each year, gas engineers and plumbers are being called upon to upskill and help to meet the demand.
Thanks to these legally binding targets to cut carbon, the introduction of the Boiler Upgrade Scheme and an uplift to Part L of the Building Regulations which focuses on Low-Temperature Heating & Hot Water Systems, heat pumps are now a natural development for the heating market and should be considered by any heating installation company or engineer; whether they work with gas, LPG, solid fuel, oil or bio-mass.
James Hargreaves is committed to ensuring that the next generation of heating engineers have the specialist skills and practical experience required to install and maintain innovative modern low-carbon technologies that reduce environmental impact.
Our training courses at the Low Carbon Centre in Burnley are designed to help installers obtain the skills they need to take advantage of the UK's Low Carbon future.