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Residential Building Certifiers

This training programme is offered by the Croatian Chamber of Mechanical Engineers and consists of 2 modules. Module 1 is for those wishing to perform energy certifications of buildings with simple technical...
It is obligatory to undertake specialised training, in order to become an energy certificate assessor of buildings in Slovenia. After the training, potential assessors must also pass a national exam.  ...
The French Environment and Energy Management Agency (ADEME) provides this training course to enable participants to conduct energy audits in buildings with simple energy systems (detached houses, apartments etc.)...
Training courses for Energy Consultants approved by the German Energy Agency (DENA) - Germany   Energy certificates with DENA approval may only be created for residential buildings and by people who...
In Austria, the training of qualified experts is managed mainly by the Länder authorities, universities, Chambers of Commerce and Civil Engineers as well as some private organisations.   Qualified experts are not obliged to attend...
Training courses for Energy Auditors (Buildings) - Polish Energy Conservation Foundation (Poszanowania Energii Fundacja)   In Poland, the Energy Conservation Foundation organises training for individuals wishing to...
In Malta, those wishing to become assessors of (residential) Buildings, boilers and/or A/C installations, apart from having a relevant degree, need to undertake a period of training approved by the Malta Resources...
The website of the Greek Registry of Energy Audits and Auditors contains a list of approved training providers, as well as useful information on the different categories of auditors and how they can be...
The links direct you to the announcements (e.g. on coming exams), Training Material and Exam Material sections of the Energy Service of Cyprus website respectively.
In the Czech Republic, experts in building certification, as well as inspectors of boilers and A/C systems, have to pass different examinations, but the same expert can be simultaneously authorised to perform more than one of these...