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One national training company is throwing its support behind the Green Deal by bringing out new courses to ‘skill up’ the Green Deal Advisors that will be crucial to the scheme.

One national training company is throwing its support behind the Green Deal by bringing out new courses to ‘skill up’ the Green Deal Advisors that will be crucial to the scheme

With the Green Deal approaching its October 2012 launch, national training company EcoSkies has announced the unveiling of their new Green Deal Advisor courses. The Green Deal is one of the government's flagship renewable energy initiatives with the mission of upgrading the UK's housing stock. The scheme will lend customers up to £10,000 for upgrading insulation and other energy efficiency measures, with the amount of the loan tied to the cost of the upgrades.

Before a customer receives funds from the Green Deal scheme, a Green Deal Advisor will inspect their property. The Advisor will assess energy performance, draw up a list of recommended improvements, and connect with the Green Deal Provider to secure financing for the upgrades.

This will require a raft of new Green Deal Advisors to be trained. Trainees who are already qualified Domestic Energy Assessors (DEAs) will be able to top up their qualification at EcoSkies with a five-day course, rather than undergoing a full ten-day course.


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