AECB News : Upcoming Certified Passivhaus Designer/Consultant Training
Next training course in May in London
Starting date: Tuesday 8th May 2018
Time: 9am – 5pm each day, over 2 non-consecutive weeks.
Location: The Saint-Gobain Centre in Central London, W1W 7NY
Cost: Early Bird rate available now £2000+VAT for the full course (normal cost is £2400 + VAT for PHT/AECB members)
Join the AECB for £45+VAT and reduce the course fees.
You will need a copy of PHPP for the PHPP module and exam. The PHPP 9 software costs £135 + VAT.
Find out more information about the course here
Other training courses this year are in Hereford (September) and London (November).
Got a question? Contact Ingrid Bravo on 01752 542 546 or email here.
Learn about the fundamentals, science, building services and construction methods needed to achieve Passivhaus. Also, find out how use the Passivhaus Planning Package (PHPP), and a revision session to prepare you for the Passivhaus Institut exam. Our trainers have been involved in the design, construction and certification of many successful Passivhaus projects in different sectors. For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.passivhaustraining.co.uk.
Feedback from latest training course in London 2017
“I found the course quite interesting and I think it covered in depth the principles behind the design and construction of Passivhaus. We had the chance to learn from the most experienced Passivhaus designers and contractors in the UK, while preparation for the exam was sufficient and the study material provided was really well-written. I would highly recommend the course”
“I have to say I found the whole experience very informative and helpful. Before this course, I was acting rather on instinct, having had the benefit of ‘taster sessions’ with another provider, but your course was so much better and more detailed. It is proving useful already with work on a sketch scheme for a future dwelling which we are hoping will achieve Passivhaus standards. As for the exam, I hope that I demonstrated enough of an understanding of Passivhaus principles”