It can be confusing when trying to work out what you need to do to gain PAS 2030:2019.
We have simplified the process so that you know exactly the steps involved and what is required:
The three stages to PAS 2030
Before you approach a certification body to get your PAS 2030 assessment, you will need to understand that there are three stages to certification
Preparation for PAS 2030:2019
Eco Academy helps you with the preparation part to get you to a place where you are assessment ready for a UKAS accredited Certification Body to carry out your assessment:
Certification and Maintenance for PAS 2030:2019
Once you are assessment ready we will signpost you to the right Certification Body so that you can become certified:
UP TO 70% OF YOUR COSTS CAN BE COVERED
This can all seem daunting and expensive, however the good news is that Eco Academy has been set up to support you all the way through the process.
The Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy and Green Homes Grant have awarded Eco Academy funding to help go towards the costs to meet these requirements and to help deliver the Green Homes Grant Voucher Scheme
This scheme is a time limited opportunity to receive training at reduced cost, or in some cases free; this skills funding scheme starts January 2021 and will end in May 2021.
We have up to 70% funding available so that a large proportion of your costs will be covered.
To register your interest, simply complete the form below:
Eco Academy completed our NVQ to prove our competence in the pathways necessary to assist us gaining our PAS 2030.
The process was simple and straight forward and completed within the timescale necessary for us to achieve certification. I would definitely recommend Eco Academy as a provider in training, qualification and consultancy.
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