Design of Heat Pump Systems OFT21 – 504D

OFT21 – 504D

Heating our homes currently accounts for a huge 13-14% of the UK’s total carbon emissions. An Air Source Heat Pump is a low-carbon way of heating your home. They absorb heat from the outside air and use it to increase the temperature in the home. Air source heat pumps are positioned outdoors, at the side or back of the property and need plenty of space around them for air to circulate.

Success on this course will enable you to become an approved installer, registered on the MCS website. This will enable you to draw down funding for your customers. For more information please see here: MCS

This course is for heat pump system designers.

The course covers:

  • Sizing of systems and selection of components
  • Relevant legislation
  • Ground source collector circuit design and sizing
  • Open and closed loop systems
  • Heating circuit design requirements
  • Energy efficiency
  • Pipework
  • Heat emitters
  • Low-temperature hot water system design

 

Candidates must hold a nationally recognised qualification and or registration in a trade associated with heating and or plumbing work or heat pump design work for a period of not less than two years or must have on-the-job heat pump design experience for a period of not less than two years.

OFTEC OFT21-504D

This course has a five-year expiry date. This is a two and a half day course.

Training Centres In Sussex & Hampshire