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Logic Certification, through its network of approved centres, is now accredited to deliver a new ACS course which ensures best practice in the detection of Carbon Monoxide (CO) and Carbon Dioxide (CO2 ) within domestic dwellings. The first centre to successfully provide ' Carbon monoxide/Dioxide atmosphere and appliance testing' (CMDDA1) is SGAS in Blackpool, with over 40 candidates having successfully completed the assessment.
Carbon Monoxide poisoning has been well documented in the news. To ensure those responsible for the safe running of CO and CO2 detection devices, Logic Certification is now running new ACS assessment: Carbon Monoxide/Dioxide Atmosphere and Appliance Testing (CMDDA1).
Logic Certification has launched the next in its range of QCF qualifications; a Level 3 Award in the Fundamental Principles and Requirements of Environmental Technology Systems.
Designed for anyone who needs to demonstrate a level of knowledge across the main renewable and low carbon systems, the Award is perfect for installers planning to go on to undertake full technical qualifications in related disciplines, or managers, the sales team and decision makers tasked with overseeing or advising on building services.
I'm sure many of you reading this will be frustrated with the stop start nature of the renewable energy policy. To try and get the government to make better, faster decisions when it comes to supporting and promoting low carbon Britain the Renewable Energy Association (REA) is organising an open, public letter to the PM and DPM, which needs to be signed today! www.surveymonkey.com/s/SignUpToLetter
WRAS has issued a statement clarifying the requirements for application onto the Water Industry Approved Plumber Scheme (WIAPS). The minimum requirement is an NVQ Level 2 in Mechanical Services (Plumbing) alongside a Water Regulations Certificate and sufficient public liabiity insurance. WRAS will no longer be accepting C&G 6129 supported by a portfolio.
Logic Certification has launched a new QCF qualification, Level 3 Award in the Fundamental Principles and Requirements of Environmental Technology Systems, aimed at learner's who need to demonstrate a level of knowledge across the all the environmental technologies; including Solar Thermal, Heat Pumps, Photovoltaic, Micro CHP, Wind Turbines, Micro Hydro Turbines, Grey Water reuse and Rain Water Harvesting.
Logic Certification Ltd (LCL) approved centre, Training in Electrical , based in Nottingham, is the first LCL provider to assess learners in the its Level 3 award - Requirements for Electrical Installations to BS7671: 2008 (2011) - one of the Awarding Organisation's courses recently approved under the QCF (Qualifications and Credit Framework.)
Logic Certification has had its first qualification recognised under the QCF (Qualifications Credits Framework). The Level 3 award - Requirements for Electrical Installations to BS7671: 2008 (2011), covers the 17th Edition Wiring Regulations and is necessary for operatives wishing to join some Electrical Registration Bodies, Competent Person Schemes or the Microgeneration Scheme.
The Electrotechnical Assessment Specification Management Committee (EAS) has agreed to delay the implementation of the new Qualified Supervisors technical competence requirements until 6 April 2013, to align with anticipated revisions to Part P of the Building Regulations (England and Wales).