EnviroVent gains BPEC approval for domestic ventilation training

EnviroVent, ventilation, training, BPEC

Ventilation manufacturer EnviroVent has received approval from the British Plumbing Employers Council to become an approved training centre for the domestic-ventilation training programme. Domestic ventilation is now notifiable work under Part F of the Building Regulations and must be carried out by a suitably qualified person. The certificate is shown here by EnviroVent’s trainer Darren Chadwick.

Recognised by HVCA and the NICEIC, the 2-day course is open to people with a number of years of experience in plumbing, heating or electrical engineering — or who are completing NVQ Level 3 in these fields.

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