Technologies, Impacts and Solutions
NEA are currently offering a limited number of funded places (one module per learner).
Funded places are available to non-commercial organisations, learners must also be frontline staff or volunteers that encounter those in or at risk of fuel poverty.
Places will include access to one e-learning module of the learners choice.
There is no obligation to go on to complete the remaining modules or assessments however learners can choose to book / pay for additional modules at any time if they wish to do so.
All learning and assessments must be complete by 31 July 2022.
ABOUT THE COURSE
The Decarbonising Homes course consists of 8 subject modules aiming to provide a practical understanding of a range of low carbon and renewable technologies, their impacts, and how they can help people living in fuel poverty.
The content combines insight from NEA’s own extensive experiences of trialling the use of innovative technologies in low-income and vulnerable households, with data from other recent prominent studies.
It will discuss the benefits of these technologies and use case studies from NEA’s innovation trials to illustrate examples of resident satisfaction, the advantages of each technology but also potential issues and considerations.
|The Role of Solar Technologies and Energy Storage||14 hours|
|The Role of Insulation||7 hours|
|The Role of Heat Pumps||10 hours|
|How Heating Systems are Evolving with New Technologies||7 hours|
|The Role of Heat Networks and Biomass||7 hours|
|Appropriate Electricity Tariffs for New Technologies||10 hours|
|The Role of Electric Heating||7 hours|
|Tacking Fuel Poor Homes through Decarbonisation||10 hours|
Further details on what each module will cover can be found HERE.
HOW WILL THE E-LEARNING WORK
This course is available via e-learning which is self-led however support is available from NEA’s expert tutors upon request.
Once booked learners will have access to the course until 31 July 2022 (suggested learning hours are outlined above however please note that these are just a guide and each learner is different).
There are also assessments associated with each module, successful completion of all 8 assessments leads to a level 4 qualification. Please note that the assessment is not include in this funding however learners can choose to book / pay for the assessment separately if they wish to do so (no obligation as the assessment is optional).
Funded places are available to non-commercial organisations, learners must also be frontline staff or volunteers that encounter and provide advice to those in or at risk of fuel poverty.
All learning must be complete by 31 July 2022.
This course is delivered through e-learning, so learners will need basic computer skills to access the course and navigate the slides.
It is expected that learners for this course will already have a good understanding of general domestic energy efficiency issues and knowledge of heating systems, measuring consumption and fuel bills etc. Ideally, learners will already have passed the Level 3 Energy Awareness qualification.
For further details on this course please contact email@example.com
E-LEARNING- Decarbonising Homes: Technologies, Impacts and Solutions - Funded place booking form