Heating Engineer

Heating Engineer

Widen your portfolio with NAPIT's wide range of scheme options for the heating sector

Depending on the types of heating technology you wish to work with, you may need to join either NAPIT’s Competent Person Scheme (which will allow you to certify your work in accordance with Part G, Part J and Part L of the Building Regulations) and the Energy Efficiency Scheme (EES) (if your customers want access to Green Deal finance for relevant energy efficient heating installations or ‘measures’). Heating using renewable energy is covered under the Microgeneration Certification Scheme.

Identify the activities which are relevant to you in the table below to determine the corresponding schemes.

Work Activities CPS EES TM
Domestic gas heating
Y Y
Non-domestic gas heating
Y
Domestic oil heating
Y Y Y
Non-domestic oil heating
Y Y
Domestic solid fuel heating (excluding biomass)
Y Y
Non-domestic solid fuel heating (excluding biomass)
Y
Heating systems
Y Y Y
Hot water storage
Y Y Y
Defined scope electrical installation work associated with heating
Y

For Electrical Heating please see details under Electrician and for Microgeneration Heating please see details under Microgeneration Installer.

Key to tables

CPS Competent Person Scheme

EES Energy Efficiency Scheme

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