Our Low-Temperature Heating Design course allows you to extend your scope of knowledge and understanding of heating and hot water systems. Learning industry requirements and how to size heat emitters, pumps, pipework and hot water systems, you’ll be suitably equipped to help meet heating systems’ current and future demands and maximise efficiency.
Low-Temperature Heating Design is a two-day course for experienced plumbers and heating engineers.
Low-Temperature Heating Systems are classified as systems in which the hot water leaving the generator doesn’t normally exceed 55°C. Heating properties at a more constant pace, low-temp heating is an eco-friendlier option when compared to a regular gas boiler central heating system.
The Low-Temperature Heating Design course is designed to allow engineers to upskill in the concept of low-temperature heating systems. The aim is to demonstrate their knowledge and understanding of the need and requirements of installing low-temperature heating and hot water systems in domestic dwellings.
Assessment takes place through e-Assessment and design scenarios.
This Low-Temperature Heating Design course is £300, including VAT.
Industry standards and regulatory framework relating to heating design and the requirements for undertaking a room-by-room heat loss for a property.
Correctly size heat emitters for low-temperature heating systems, pumps, pipework and domestic hot water systems.
Understand the fundamental design principles of system configurations.
|The course syllabus is intended as a guide. Timings and delivery of course content are subject to change at the discretion of the training manager & individual course tutors.|
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Frequently asked questions about our low-temperature heating design training course.
To be eligible to undertake training, you must hold one of the following:
Pre-requisites are not required where this qualification is delivered as part of a recognised training course in any of the above.
Earning the LTHWS qualification allows engineers to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of low-temperature heating and hot water requirements in domestic dwellings.
There is no specific expiry for this qualification. However, the MSC, competent persons scheme or a trade association you obtain membership in may require renewal.
Our Low-Temperature Heating Design training takes place over two days.
You will be required to be in the centre 8am-4pm.
The cost of our Low-Temperature Heating Systems course is £300
For more information on payment options, please speak to our course advisors on 0800 802 1306.
Upon completing the course, you will have experience and knowledge of designing low-temperature heating systems.
Along with gas engineering and heat pump installation and maintenance qualifications, you will be able to work as a gas and heating engineer to help meet the demand for 600,000 heat pump installations each year – and create an eco-friendlier future.
We are trading standards approved training provider, meaning we have been audited by trading standards and meet their criteria.
We have over 1000 5-star views from past students across our training centres.
Established nearly ten years, we have four training centres across the UK.
We put a significant focus on practical, hands-on learning.
We keep class sizes small to ensure focused learning and plenty of individual tutor time for students.
We offer two free exam resits when necessary, deliver refresher training and provide ongoing support to all our students.
We boast our own purpose-built online learning platform to support students in their training.
Our in-house recruitment team assist students in finding employment upon completing their training.
We have new low-temperature heating design courses starting regularly, so you’ll never have to wait long to begin training with Options Skills.