Level 3 Certificate for Retrofit Assessors (Part-Time)

Course Overview

The Retrofit Assessor plays a crucial role in the UK’s efforts to reduce carbon emissions by enhancing energy efficiency and retrofitting millions of homes. The responsibilities of a Retrofit Assessor are outlined in the PAS 2035 standard, which governs the professional roles involved in retrofit projects.

The primary task of a Retrofit Assessor is to conduct property visits and surveys, providing essential data to inform decisions on which measures should be implemented. Working under the guidance of a Retrofit Coordinator, the assessor evaluates the building’s condition, occupancy, and significance in alignment with the PAS guidelines.

  • Entry Requirements

    Applicants should hold a Level 3 qualification in Domestic Energy Assessment (DEA) or equivalent upon application.

    Additionally, individuals should have a background or experience in the construction industry, building services, energy efficiency, or related fields, as well as a keen interest in sustainability

  • Summary of Outcomes

    Successful delegates will gain increased employment opportunities in a variety of roles, including:
    - Retrofit Assessor:
    - Energy Efficiency Consultant:
    - Building Energy Auditor:
    - Sustainability Advisor:
    - Project Manager (Retrofit Projects):

  • Course Modules

    This course covers:
    - Understanding the Principles of PAS2035, TrustMark, and the Data Warehouse
    - Retrofit Energy Efficiency Advice
    - Understanding Retrofit Standards
    - Understanding Retrofit Risk Assessment and the Impact it has on Assessors
    - Understanding Building Physiology
    - Occupancy Assessment
    - Carrying out an Appraisal of a Dwelling
    - Producing a Condition Report for a Dwelling

  • Method of Assessment

    This course is assessed via a portfolio of evidence.


Locations across wales or in-house at your business

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