Underfloor Heating Course Overview
- Bpec Underfloor Heating course (2 days)
- Aimed at people involved with the design side of UFH
- Small class size (12 max)
- Purpose built UFH training centre
- Domestic and commercial designs
- Course manual and certification included
- Experienced tutors
- £200 deposit
- Post-course support free of charge
- This course is available through our Mobile Training Division, ideally for companies with 8 or more candidates.
Underfloor Heating Course Overview
This course has been developed by Bpec in association with the Underfloor Heating Manufacturers Association. It is an underfloor heating system design course, therefore principally aimed at those involved in the design of underfloor heating systems (UFH). There is a separate installers course the Bpec Underfloor Heating Installer course.
- Explain the basic principles of warm water underfloor heating (UFH) systems
- State the advantages of UFH systems
- Identify the design conditions and relevant standards appropriate with UFH systems
- Carry out heat loss calculations
- Describe the floor systems and finishes associated with UHF systems
- State the various UFH systems types of the market
- Explain the operation of UFH systems and components
- Carry out UFH system design using worksheets, including working on a project building
For more information on this Bpec Underfloor Heating course (Design) (UFH)please see the theory overview tab.
Underfloor Heating Theory Course Overview
Introduction to Underfloor Heating Systems
Advantages of UFH systems
Standards in Underfloor Heating
Heat loss calculations
Commercial and domestic UFH systems
Types of UFH system
Components of Underfloot heating system
This underfloor heating training course concentrates on the design side of UFH systems. It is aimed at persons involved in the design of UFH in domestic and commercial enivronments. Persons involved with the installation of UFH systems should consider the Bpec Underfloor Heating course (Intaller).
Both the designer and installer of under floor heating may benefit from attending a Bpec Unvented Hot Water course or the Bpec Part L Energy Efficiency course.
Underfloor Heating Practical Course Overview
This under floor heating design course concentrates on the design process. There are no pratical elements, however different working UFH systems are demonstrated to the candidates.
Bpec Underfloor Heating course (Design) UFH FAQs:
Key course facts:
Course times: 9am until 4.30pm with 1 hour for lunch
Course duration: 2 days
Payment: £200 deposit
Assessment method: Open book multiple choice paper and practical test
Valid for: 5 years
Q - Who is the course aimed at?
A - It is an underfloor heating system design course, therefore principally aimed at those involved in the design of underfloor heating systems (UFH).
Q - What are the assessment procedures for this Bpec Underfloor Heating course (Design) UFH?
A - There is one open book multiple choice examination and a design project.
Q - Where can I find further information on underfloor heating systems?
A - From the Underfloor Heating Manfacturers Association website here.
Q - What happens if I fail the course?
A - Like most PPL courses, if you fail the Underfloor Heating course examination you will be offered a re-sit free of charge.
Q - Who accepts Bpec Underfloor Heating course?
A - The UK Water Regulations Advisory Scheme (WRAS) and all national UK plumbing bodies such as CORGI and CIPHE.
Q - How do I get more information about the Underfloor Heating course ?
A - Call us on 0845 2600 966 or request a brochure pack
Q- How do I book a place on the Underfloor Heating course?
A - Book online for your chosen date or call us on 0845 2600 966.
Q- Where do people come from to take Bpec Under Floor Heating course?
A - We train people from all over the UK for the Underfloor Heating course; York, Leeds, Newcastle, Barnsley, Hull, Sheffield, Manchester, Scunthorpe, Nottingham, Chesterfield, Stockport, Liverpool, Bolton, Oldham, Warrington, Huddersfield, Dewsbury, Halifax, Harrogate, Derby, Middlesbrough, Sunderland, Darlington, Rotherham, Doncaster, Nottingham, Yorkshire, North Yorkshire, West Yorkshire, South Yorkshire, East Yorkshire, Humberside, Grimsby, Cleveland, Lancashire, Lincolnshire, Lincoln, Cumbria, Derbyshire, Northern England, Midlands, Birmingham, West Midlands; they come from national plumbing and heating companies, self-employed plumbers, builders, gas engineers, solar electrical engineers and renewable energy engineers, London, South East, Bristol, Birmingham, UK.
For more general frequently asked questions please see our main FAQ page or book online.