How can I become a certified Green Deal Installer?
You must be certified by a Green Deal accredited certification body as meeting the standard PAS 2030 for the measures you wish to install.
You must abide by the conditions in the Green Deal Code of Practice which is published here.
Your certification body will register you for the Green Deal with the Oversight and Registration Body.
Your certification body will license you to use the Green Deal Quality Mark.
If you are Gas Safe Registered or in the MCS scheme, you should contact these schemes to find out what the process is for you – DECC have tried to align the Green Deal to these schemes to minimise burdens on their existing members
Who are the Green Deal Accredited Certification Bodies
A list of certification bodies accepted so far for assessment under the Green Deal accreditation programme can be found on the UKAS website.
How can I become a certified Green Deal Advisor?
A qualified, authorised Green Deal Advisor is any individual who:
- meets the requirements to be set out in both the National Occupational Standards (NOS) for Green Deal Advisors;
- is employed by an organisation that has been certified by the appointed accreditation body against the relevant Green Deal Scheme Standard, has signed the Code of Practice, and appears on the Green Deal register.
A number of learning providers are now offering training for Green Deal Advisor qualifications based on the National Occupational Standards (NOS) and endorsed by Asset Skills.
Details of the Awarding Organisations that have been endorsed by Asset Skills to take up Green Deal Advisor qualifications and how to access training is available on the Asset Skills: Green Deal Advisor “Go Early” Training web page.