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Training Services

Airflow will be offering the NICEIC Competent Persons Ventilation Installer Training Scheme in our brand new, state-of-the-art Air Academy training facility from 2017.

About the NICEIC Competent Persons Ventilation Installer Training Scheme

The NICEIC Competent Persons Ventilation Installer Training Scheme meets the requirements for installers and contractors looking to join a competent persons scheme in England and Wales (with relevency for installers working in Scotland and Northern Ireland) for domestic ventilation systems.

Key Information for the Competent Persons Ventilation Installer Training Scheme

How long is it?
The course lasts for 2 days

What does the Ventilation Installer Training Scheme cover?
Attendees will learn the fundamental principles of ventilation systems, the minimum legal requirements of ventilation systems, the different types of ventilation systems including

  1. Intermittent extract fans
  2. Passive stack ventilation
  3. Continuous Mechanical Extract Ventilation systems (dMEV and MEV)
  4. Mechanical Ventilation with Heat Recovery (MVHR).
Installers will also learn why ventilation is important, the different methods used to install different ventilation systems, the pitfalls of poor installation and misuse of ventilation systems and basic system design and preparation needed prior to installation.

Once you have completed the course, you will be equipped to commission and understand the certification and documentation of an MVHR system as well as inspect and test all ventilation systems.

Finally, you will have the competent persons scheme explained to you and your questions about the scheme answered.

Learning outcomes of the NICEIC scheme
Upon completion of the NICEIC Competent Persons Ventilation Installer Training Scheme, you will have the necessary skills in design, installation, testing, commissioning, handover, servicing and fault-finding of ventilation systems in accordance with the latest National Occupational Standard (NOS) and Minimum Technical Competency documents (MTC).

Who should attend this course?
The Domestic Ventilation Competent Persons Scheme is ideal for experienced electricians, plumbers, ventilation installers and heating engineers looking to improving their knowledge and understanding of domestic ventilation systems.

The dates for the training scheme will appear in the table below throughout 2017. Keep checking back regularly so you don't miss out.

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CPD Services

Airflow offers on-demand CPD sessions for architects, specifiers and M&E consultants at a location of your choosing. Simply contact us to organise one of our Specification Managers to present these highly popular sessions at a date, time and location convenient for you. You can view the CPD sessions, including a brief summary of their content below:

RIBA Approved CPD

Understanding UK Building Regulations relating to Residential Mechanical Ventilation and Heat Recovery.
This CPD helps you understand the current UK Building Regulations in regards to ventilation and the importance in ensuring that homes have effective ventilation. The session goes on to introduce Mechanical Ventilation with Heat Recovery (MVHR) and explain the benefits to health, home and to energy bills installing an MVHR system within the property will bring. Click Here to Book.

Understanding Mechanical Ventilation with Heat Recovery for Commercial Applications.
This CPD helps you understand the current UK Building Regulations in regards to ventilation and the importance to ensure that commercial properties need effective ventilation. The session goes on to introduce Mechanical Ventilation with Heat Recovery (MVHR) and explain the benefits to health, the premises and energy bills that having an MVHR system installed within the building will bring. Click Here to Book.

CIBSE Approved CPD

Mechanical Ventilation with Heat Recovery in Non-Residential Buildings.
This CIBSE approved CPD session will guide you through why ventilation is important within modern non-residential properties. The session goes on to explain why Mechanical Ventilation with Heat Recovery can be a cost-effective, long-term ventilation solution as well as the applications available for an MVHR system. Click here to book.