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Green Skills Installation, Air Source Heat Pump Level 3 | Award in the Installation and Maintenance of Air Source Heat Pump Systems (non-refrigerant circuits)

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Summary

With the Government’s commitment to achieving Net Zero by 2050, an estimated 600,000 additional heat pump installers are needed to meet the imminent demand. In this Skills Bootcamp, you will gain a Level 3 qualification in the installation and maintenance of air source heat pumps, accredited by LCL Awards. Aimed at plumbers, gas and heating engineers, or individuals looking for a career change, this Skills Bootcamp will introduce you to the latest in renewable technology, specifically air source heat pumps

As well as the Level 3 qualification, there will also be opportunity gain the prerequisites that are needed to complete the qualification, as well as careers, advice and guidance.

How will I learn?

The Skills Bootcamp will be delivered largely face to face, delivered at our SGS Berkeley Campus which has a wide range of renewable technologies to learn from. Some modules will be delivered online with a tutor. Each learners individual Skills Bootcamp will be designed for them. There are numerous modules and options to choose from, and we will work with you to design the most appropriate package.

What can I do next?

It is expected that everyone who attends a Skills Bootcamp, will either gain a new responsibility within their current role. If you are unemployed, self employed, or looking for a career change, we can assist in linking you up with local employers.

Additional Information

This Skills Bootcamp will run from January – March 2024. Please email [email protected] for more information and to register your interest. Places are limited, and terms and conditions apply.

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