Heat Pump Installer Foundation Programme
Three great reasons to consider this course
- Do you want to obtain the fundamental knowledge and understanding in Heat Pump systems?
- Are you a qualified Plumber who wishes to up-skill?
- Do you wish to become registered as a Heat Pump Installer with the SEAI? Then this course will interest you.
This training course is aimed primarily at potential installers of packaged heat pump systems for the domestic and small commercial sector. It delivers the fundamental principles for the understanding, specification and installation processes of heat pump systems for the heating and cooling of buildings.
The core elements of this course are to provide participants with an understanding of the technical principles of heat pumps. It is intended that those who undertake this course will have an appreciation of the various players and responsibilities associated with the installation of heat pump systems.
This is a single standalone module worth 5 Credits.
The indicative content is as follows:
- Environmental and economic arguments for the installation of heat pump systems.
- Relevance of structural insulation, alternative and complimentary energy saving technologies.
- Working principles of heat pump technology.
- Calculation and specification of heat pump systems.
- Heat and hot water distribution methods, integration and control.
- Installation, commissioning and fault finding a heat pump installation.
- Resources and responsibilities associated with heat pump installations.
Course runs Tuesday evenings 6.00-9.00 for 10 weeks.
This course is intended to provide a fundamental understanding of heat pump systems and thereby expand the opportunities available to practitioners within this field.
This is a higher education 5 credit module which may be recognised by other higher education providers for possible module exemptions on other programmes.
Level 6 Advanced Certificate Craft in Plumbing or equivalent.
Practitioners with a background in related fields of technology and a number of years relevant experience may also be considered .e.g. members of RGII/OFTEC/Safe Electric
This programme is aimed primarily at qualified plumbers; however practitioners with a background in related fields of technology and a number of years relevant experience may also be considered.
|Course ID||PLUM E6020|
|School||School of Engineering|
|Department||Engineering Trades and Civil Engineering|
|Awarding Body||Dundalk Institute of Technology|
|Starting Date||Tuesday 2nd April 2019 @ 6pm|
|Apply to||Dundalk Institute of Technology|
How to Apply
Interested students can enrol online by clicking the link below: