Xpelair gains BPEC approval for domestic-ventilation training

Published:  02 June, 2011

Xpelair, domestic ventilation, BPEC, training

Xpelair Ventilation Solutions has become an approved BPEC Assessment Centre for training installers on the installation, inspection, testing and commissioning of domestic ventilation systems in accordance with the requirements of Part F and the ‘Domestic ventilation compliance guide 2010’ that such work is carried out by a suitably qualified person

The course covers the principles of ventilation, SAP Appendix Q, the different types of ventilation system and airflow requirements and calculations. To be eligible, installers must have several years’ experience in heating, plumbing or electrical engineering or hold or be studying towards a formal qualification such as NVQ Level 3 in these subjects.

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