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Course Information

Course Type

Day Courses

Course Location:

Ballyfermot Training Centre

Course Duration:

3 days

Recruitment Method:

Recruitment will be by Interview

Course Start Date:

10/05/2021

Course Times:

Monday to Thursday 8:30am to 3:45pm and Friday 8:30am to 12:45pm

Course Certification:

Successful candidates meet the criteria to register as a Biomass Installer with SEI

Course Code:

BAR31

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Domestic Biomass Heating Installation

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The Domestic Biomass Heating Installation course is designed for people involved with designing and/or installing domestic heating system. It supplements the apprenticeship training for Plumbers and other suitably qualified people, by developing the necessary skills, knowledge and competence to enable the participant to design, install and commission small-scale biomass heating systems in a safe and competent manner. Successful candidates will meet the training criteria to register as a biomass installer with Sustainable Energy Ireland (SEI).

  • Topics include developing an understanding and appreciation:
  • for the environmental aspects of biofuels as a sustainable energy solution
  • of the physical characteristics and chemical composition of wood fuels.
  • of the fundamental principles of biomass combustion.
  • the planning and install a domestic biomass combustion plant installation with due regard for safety and compliance with standards

This is a full-time tutor-led course.

Apprenticeship training and other suitably qualified people in the Construction Industry.

  • GETTING HERE

    Bus: 18, 25, 26, 40, 66a, 67, 76a, and 79 bus routes
    Luas Red Line: 25 minute walk from Kylemore stop or 5 minute bus ride on Number 18.

  • GET IN TOUCH

    Ballyfermot Training Centre
    Chapelizod Hill Road
    Chapelizod
    Dublin 20
    D20CX93
    Tel: 01 605 5900
    Email: barecruitment@btc.cdetb.ie

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