The Building and Construction Authority is inviting persons who wish to attend the EPRDM training course. The application can be downloaded and filled in the form here and send a copy of all relevant qualifications including the confirmation of your payment via email email@example.com
The entry requirements for the EPRDM course are as follows:
A degree in architecture and civil engineer, or civil engineering, or built environment, or building services, or mechanical, or electrical engineering conferred by the University of Malta, or an equivalent degree.
After successfully completion of the EPRDM course, in order to be a registered assessor, one needs to be in possession of a warrant to practice the profession of architect and, or civil/structural engineer, or the warrant to practice the profession of mechanical or electrical engineer, and who has also successfully undertaken a period of training on the assessment of the energy performance of buildings built in Malta, and such training is approved by the Building and Construction Authority.
In relation to the above qualifications all interested candidates are required to attend the CPD course offered by the BICC – Award in concepts for the decarbonisation of the building industry. The course will be based on a two-day seminar at Project House, Floriana. After completion of the course, assessors will be awarded the skill card as a mandatory addition to act as a registered performance of building assessor. Registration for the CPD course is provided via this link: https://forms.office.com/r/xwH6hZhgs7
Applications are open from Monday 31st October 2022. All documents should be submitted by not later than these stipulated dates.
Payment for the EPRDM course can be paid via bank transfer using the IBAN number found in the application form, providing the name and ID number of the applicant in the description.