The Innasol Training Academy opens its door to renewables professionals

innasolInnasol, the renewable heating company, has announced that its BPEC-approved training facility is open to all renewable heating professionals. These include installation, commissioning and service engineers, specifiers, architects, and planners. The opening of the facility is a response to the demand in the building sector to know more about renewable heating.


Innasol’s aim is to encourage the growth of the renewable heating sector by reaching professionals at all stages of the building process, from inception through to ongoing maintenance to ensure consistent customer satisfaction and good quality installations. The move comes less than six months after Innasol announced the doubling in size of its training facility and the launch of the Customer Excellence Programme, the industry’s first accreditation scheme.


The Innasol Training Academy now offers qualifications that are approved by certification body, BPEC, which are recognised by the Microgeneration Certification Scheme. For those who do not require a formal qualification, Innasol offers continuing professional development (CPD)-certified training courses. The renewable heating conpany is also working with industry bodies to provide other industry certified courses.


Simon Butcher, Innasol’s training manager, said:

“We are responding to the growing demand among building professionals to become competent in renewable heat. We have already seen tremendous levels of interest in our CPD courses, much of it from those in architecture and we anticipate further interest as word spreads. As our industry develops, I would like to see us offer an even greater range of training, including system design, sales and more advanced technical training courses.”


Since its inception in 2010, over 2,000 renewable heating engineers have been trained at the Innasol Training Academy. Innasol hopes to train 1,000 more professionals over the course of 2015.

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