Training to become Certified HPI Assessor (€250 members/€390 non-members *)
Training will be based on the HPI Version 3.0
Webinar 1 | 10:00 – 12:00 | Tuesday 14 March 2023
Webinar 2 | 10:00 – 12:00 | Wednesday 15 March 2023
Webinar 3 | 10:00 – 12:00 | Thursday 16 March 2023
Training will only be provided if a minimum of 9 people sign up for the course.
The Home Performance Index (HPI) is Ireland’s first national quality and sustainability assessment system for new housing. The HPI is based on five verifiable categories: Environment, Economic, Health and Wellbeing, Quality Assurance and Sustainable Location. The IGBC are currently building a pool of highly skilled HPI professionals by delivering the Home Performance Index Assessor training.
Residential development will be the key growth area in the construction industry with 500,000 houses to be built over the next 22 years. There will be considerable government investment, with quality and sustainability as one of the key requirements. A number of large PPP residential projects will be tendered over the coming year and developers who are looking to get an edge on their competitors should consider the Home Performance Index as the clearest way of meeting quality requirements.
Being a Certified HPI Assessor allows you to advise clients and submit assessments for HPI, Ireland’s first national quality and sustainability assessment system for new housing.
The training comprises three aspects.
- Review materials provided 3 days in advance of the training
- 3no. 2 hour interactive webinars in use of Home Performance Index and associated tools.
- Completion of practical assessment based on a set of evidence provided.
1 REVIEW OF TRAINING MATERIALS
Training materials, manuals and tools are provided one week in advance for the student to review.
Webinar 1 . Understanding HPI Environmental Assessment (PPT)
- Intro to EAMS
- Why HPI methodology
- How was the system developed
- When can it be applied
- Monitoring and quality assurance
- Summary of HPI
- Mandatory and Optional
- Categories, indicators and Points
- Award levels
Webinar 2. Organising and Delivering HPI Assessments (PPT)
- Information required
- Assessment results
- Organising assessment for certification
Webinar 3. Assessment Method Introduction
- Intro to assessment and data spreadsheets
- Method conventions and assumptions
- Exemplar dwelling data
3 Homework Assignment
Trainees are provided with an assignment to assess a home based on evidence provided for the different indicators. They need to submit the assessment spreadsheet and report within 4 weeks. On successful completion they will be awarded accreditation.
This course counts for 6 RIAI CPD Points
*Please note: IGBC Member Tickets are available for company members of Irish Green Building Council only* Not a member? Join now.
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