Greenworks releases new 'Green Deal Training Guide'
Published: 29 January, 2013
Greenworks has released its new Green Deal Training Guide. Courses take place at the Greenworks Training Academy in Birmingham, and are open to trade professionals around the UK looking to become qualified Green Deal Assessors or Installers.
With the Green Deal officially underway, the Green Deal Training Guide provides details of relevant sessions taking place at the Academy. These now include: the Green Deal Energy Assessor Course, the Green Deal Energy Installer Course as well as Green Deal Business Support sessions.
The new prospectus outlines the structure of each individual course clearly, including detailed information on the content, cost and anysoftware provided. In addition, the training guide offers trade professionals an insight into the competence and knowledge they will have gained once thecourse has been completed.
Greenworks also offers competitive EPC lodgment rates and membership with a leading certification body, continued professional development and software tools, plus Green Deal marketing tools to help trade professionals maximise the available business opportunities.
Marcus Jefford, operations director at Greenworks, commented: "The potential of the Green Deal to drive energy efficient refurbishments and generate opportunities within the construction industry is clear. As such, since 2012, Greenworks has worked closely with Jewson, Graham, Minster and Gibbs & Dandy to support the implementation of Green Deal and ensure we have a full training offer to accredit trade professionals.
"At Greenworks, we have seen a positive impact on training levels in the countdown to the Green Deal and a clear uptake in the upskilling of many of our customers. We have seen increasing numbers of customers taking courses to become both qualified Green Deal assessors and advisors and as such, we have increased the number of sessions and released our Green Deal Training Guide, which can be downloaded via the Greenworks website."