Airflow course for  installers


18 October 2017
Ventilation manufacturer Airflow Developments is launching the NICEIC ventilation installers scheme at its Air Academy.
The NICEIC course, in partnership with BEAMA, lasts two days and covers the registration audited process and the fundamental principles of ventilation systems. This includes how to correctly design, install, test and service the four types of ventilation systems outlined in the Building Regulations and in accordance with the latest National Occupational Standards (NOS) and Minimum Technical Competency documents (MTC). 
John Kelly, Marketing Director at Airflow Developments, said: “When it comes to best practice it is the manufacturer’s duty to create products which are fit for purpose; meet the requirements of the latest Building Regulations, deliver Installed Performance and provide clear instructions and easy to understand operating documents for handover to occupiers.
“However, a mechanical ventilation system is only as good as its install. Therefore by supplying these courses at the Air Academy we are able to promote industry-agreed best standards when it comes to effectively designing, installing and maintaining domestic ventilation systems. Most importantly, certification will give customers the reassurance that their ventilation unit will perform safely and efficiently, providing optimum indoor air quality all year round.”
Paul Cullen, Business Development Manager at Certsure, said: “The Building Regulations 2010, Statutory Instrument Part 9 imposes a requirement that testing and reporting of mechanical ventilation performance is conducted in accordance with an approved procedure. Our Competent Persons Scheme provides installers with the skillset, knowledge and certification to self-certify their work. This helps businesses and customers save on costs as there will be no need for additional building controls.”
To register your interest call 01494 525252.
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