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Becoming Accredited

Becoming Accredited

To become an accredited Thermal Performance Assessor through the BDAV, you need to:

  • be a BDAV Member*, and as a result, comply with the BDAV Code of Professional Conduct;
  • be an Individual (corporate entities must nominate a person who will be the applicant. However, corporate entities who have more than person within their firm who conduct assessments must apply for accreditation for each such person);
  • hold the appropriate qualification**, and supply a Statement of Attainment for the course with your application for accreditation; 
  • declare the software you use: ie, declare in the application for accreditation which Second Generation House Energy Rating software the assessor has been trained in;
  • hold Professional Indemnity Insurance at the time of applying for accreditation;
  • abide by the Code: ie, must have read and agree to abide by the BDAV Accredited TPA Code of Conduct;
  • pay the accreditation fee (as shown on the application form), to enable the application to be processed. [NOTE: this fee does not include the BDAV membership fee, which is an additional fee.]

*For details on joining BDAV, go to the ‘MEMBERSHIP’ section at this website.
It should be noted that Student Members are ineligible to apply for accreditation.