Become a Green Deal Installer and qualify for a range of funding schemes and framework agreements

We provide the quickest and straightforward route to gain PAS 2030 which is a requirement to become a Green Deal Installer.


The decarbonisation/eco industry is growing.

The reason for this is the huge need for the retrofit of energy measures in existing building stock. With a target of net zero by 2050 there is a commitment to grow the skills and compliance within organisations to help meet the demand.

There are a number of eco and green home funding schemes that have been launched by the government in the past and more recently.

Current funding, such as Eco3 are in place as part of the government’s objective to make achieve net zero.

In order for a homeowner to benefit under these schemes, the installer they use has to be listed as a Green Deal Installer and registered with TrustMark and to achieve this PAS 2030 or MSC (depending on the measure they are installing) certification is needed.

This protects the homeowner and ensures installations achieve what they are meant to – a more energy efficient home.

To gain PAS 2030 certification there is usually some work to do to get the installer organisation ready to gain certification.

As this can be a complex task, Eco Academy was launched in order to help installation companies get to a place quickly where they are ready for certification.

Step#1 Gap Analysis

In the first instance our experts will work with you to understand what you need in order to prepare for assessment for PAS 2030.

Step#2 Subsidised costs

Once we have your assessment we will carry out a means test on your organisation (or yourself if you are a sole trader) and provide direction on where there is funding available towards your costs.

Step#3 Training/ Qualifications

We have a full portfolio of qualifications and courses to ensure you meet the skills competency required by PAS 2030:2019 for your chosen installation measure.

Step#4 Quality Management System

We will provide a full Quality Management System (QMS) for you with guidance on how to upload your company specific information. This will be cloud based and structured to meet the PAS 2030:2019 standard, populating it with your evidence and records.

Step#5 Certification

Once you are underway putting all of the right training, qualifications and systems in place, we will source the right UKAS accredited certification body for your PAS 2030:2019 certification; based on measures, turnaround time and price.

Our Services


a range of NVQ Qualifications and Courses to support compliance


In order to meet the PAS 2030:2019 standard, you will need a qualified Retrofit Co-ordinator.


Delivering a range of Level 2 NVQs insulation qualifications so that you meet the standard.


We provide a range of Level 2 NVQs for glazing to ensure full compliance for this measure.


We deliver a range of NVQs to meet the requirements of the PAS 2030 heating measures.


support and help to implement recognised standards

Quality Management System

We will provide your business with a Quality Management System (QMS) that meets the PAS 2030:2019 standard. This will be cloud based so that your can access it easily and keep it updated to maintain your certification.


If you are new to the industry you may need help to access the right funder and understand the submission process. Our experts will ensure you have the right knowledge to get your business off to a flying start.


We have access to funding to contribute to training and support costs


We recognise that it isn’t cheap to get all of your qualifications, training and QMS in place, that is even before certification costs, so we have worked hard to find funding towards these costs for our clients.