residential buildings / dwellings

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Post date: 9 Jul 2012
Type: Link

For their accreditation potential certifiers will, according to their profile, attend training organized by approved training centres spread over the territory of the Walloon Region and, in some cases pass an oral and written exam.
Post date: 31 May 2012
Type: Link

In Brussels-Capital Region, the training for certifiers is part of the regulations governing their accreditation. New certifiers must be approved by Bruxelles Environnement (IBGE). In order to be approved, they must meet certain conditions. One of these conditions is to hold a valid training certificate which states that they have successfully completed an accredited course. The training will enable participants to master the regulatory tools and techniques necessary to perform their future function as Energy Performance of Buildings (EPB) certifiers. 
Post date: 31 May 2012
Type: Link

The energy performance of dwellings about to be sold or rented should be certified by Type A energy experts. These experts must follow training approved by the Flemish Energy Agency and pass the associated exam.   For more information about the training of Type A energy experts, please visit the Flemish Energy Agency (VEA) website. 
Post date: 31 May 2012
Type: Link

Procedural informationInformation on submitted energy performance declarations for new buildingsEnergy performance certificatesRapporteursCharacteristics of the building stockSingle dwellingsApartment buildingsOffice buildingsSchool buildingsBuildings with other functionsIndustrial buildingsDwellings – statistical information regarding:Geometrical characteristicsThermal insulation levelThermal capacityAirtightnessVentilation sy
Post date: 28 May 2012
Type: Publication

Residential Building Certifiers

Member States generally differentiate between residential and non-residential building certifiers. The links provided in the Schemes Content section provide information on various training courses across the EU related to residential building certifiers. Some Member States require special training before a qualified expert can become accredited, while for others special training is optional. In both cases, there is usually an exam before accreditation is granted. Background: 
Post date: 28 May 2012
Type: Scheme

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Post date: 22 Apr 2012
Type: Event

Post date: 16 Apr 2012
Type: Publication

All information about the scheme including:    how Nest worksoffered home improvements who qualifieshow to apply are available on this website. UPDATE 15 04 2013:  This link has been modified and transferred to a new BUILD UP link.You can see this relevant updated BUILD UP item here.  
Post date: 3 Apr 2012
Type: Link

All information about the scheme including:    how Warm Homes workseligible improvements who qualifieshow to apply are available on this website. UPDATE 15 04 2013:  This link has been modified and transferred to a new BUILD UP link.You can see this relevant updated BUILD UP item here.
Post date: 3 Apr 2012
Type: Link