PAS 2035 | Trainings

Domestic Energy Assessor Training

Join the industry’s largest MHCLG (Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government) authorised DEA scheme. Get a license to collect domestic property data, generate Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) and comply with the Reduced Data Standard Assessment Procedure (RdSAP).

Certification & Licence Time

After successful completion of your portfolio which can be achieved in a week.

The course will adequately equip you will all the knowledge you need to become a qualified Domestic Energy Assessor to issue EPC reports.

The Fast-Track DEA online course will provide successful candidates with the necessary qualification (City & Guilds Level 3 Certificate in Domestic Energy Assessment) to become an EPC Assessor and issue Energy Performance Certificates (EPC) for existing homes.​

How does the online class work with a live trainer?

The virtual classroom course is a three-day program with a live trainer where you can engage in real-time and interact with other learners, just like in face-to-face training. The course will be conducted using Zoom, which is an easy-to-use platform. All tutoring and case studies will be completed online, and you will have access to download training materials and the RDSAP software to produce EPC.


Day 1

  • Welcome & Introduction
  • EPC & Building Regulations
  • Measuring Conventions
  • Construction & Age of Properties
  • Introduction of RdSAP

Day 2

  • Determining Levels of Insulation
  • The Surveying Process
  • Site Notes/Floor Plans/Dimensions-Perimeter
  • Heating & Lighting
  • Importance of Photographs
  • Renewable Energy Sources

Day 3

  • Case Studies
  • Data Input Exercise In The RdSAP Software
  • EPC Calculations
  • Production of an EPC
  • Portfolio Guidance Session
  • Q&A Session​



  • Fast Track Online Classroom Training with Live Tutor
  • City & Guilds Registration & Certification
  • Online Training Materials
  • On-going Mentor Support
  • Portfolio Assessment
    RdSAP Software
  • Accreditation

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Domestic Energy Assessors who are suitably qualified and registered are responsible for issuing Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs). EPCs are mandatory by law for all homes that are constructed, sold or rented in England & Wales, and landlords are also required to provide them for all tenanted properties since October 2008. EPCs are also necessary for schemes like Energy Company Obligation (ECO) and RHI.