Airflow’s BPEC approved training course is up and running

Airflow’s BPEC approved training course is up and running

In line with the need to meet the requirements of Part F and the Domestic Ventilation Compliance Guide, Airflow is now able to offer its BPEC approved Domestic Ventilation Systems training course to installers.

Designed with the needs of electrical installers in mind, the new course will help break down the processes by which a common domestic ventilation system should be safely and correctly installed, inspected and commissioned, before providing fully documented project information to Building Control.

Covering all common units suitable for both new and existing residential buildings, from a standard toilet extract fan, through to an MVHR system, Airflow’s new BPEC approved course will provide professionals with the knowledge required to undertake such an installation.

John Kelly, marketing manager at Airflow, commented, ‘Fully approved by BPEC and recognised by the Competent Person Scheme, the new course provides installers with the necessary knowledge and skills to carry out a professional installation. Held at our approved training facility in High Wycombe, we are able to offer a concise two day course which, on successful completion, will provide delegates with certification lasting five years.’

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