Polypipe trains up for Part F

Polypipe Ventilation

Following the launch of the BPEC ventilation installer training course written by Polypipe Ventilation in response to the 2010 revision of Part F, Polypipe has launched support material in the form of a brochure and dedicated section on its web site. The new Part F requires that ventilation systems are commissioned and a commissioning report given to the Building Control Body and that the work is carried out by a suitably qualified person — such as someone who has taken this accredited training programme.

The course is run by independent training company BPEC and combines theoretical and practical exercises to provide the information and skills needed to install the common types of domestic ventilation systems. The course also covers inspection, testing and commissioning as well as providing operation and maintenance information for the client.

This 2-day course has been independently assessed and will be open to colleges across the UK.

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