About

This cavity wall surveyor course is designed for those who wish to carry out cavity wall surveys in line with the new PAS2030:2017 requirements.

The latest update covers the specification for the installation of energy efficiency measures (EEM) in existing buildings.

The main subject areas of the cavity wall surveyor course are listed below:

Adherence to all statutory requirements applicable to the building to be insulated, for example the Building Regulations

Suitability and preparation of the site.

Carrying out risk assessments.

Identification of essential ventilation openings that require sleeping or safeguarding before installation, including any additional combustion ventilation required.

The position of all flues, whether or not they are in service, and measures that must be taken to safeguard their proper functioning.

Confirmation that all internal rooms and external elevations have been checked and that no areas of existing damp are present (other than those caused solely by condensation)

An understanding of installation techniques.

Repair and maintenance – finishing work.

Health & safety, including working at heights, PPE, risk assessments.

Adherence to all statutory requirements applicable to the building to be insulated, for example the Building Regulations.

Correct use of Borescopes.

Carry out a site risk assessment.

Carry out a site survey, completing all relevant forms.

Undertake a borescope investigation

Course price

£270+vat

Course duration

1 day

Practical overview

Cavity Wall Surveyor course:

The main subject areas are listed below:

Carry out a site risk assessment.
Carry out a site survey, completing all relevant forms.
Undertake a borescope investigation.

Theory overview

Cavity Wall Surveyor course:

The main subject areas of the cavity wall surveyor course are listed below:

Suitability and preparation of the site.

Adherence to all statutory requirements applicable to the building to be insulated, for example the Building Regulations.

Carrying out risk assessments.

Identification of essential ventilation openings that require sleeping or safeguarding before installation, including any additional combustion ventilation required.

The position of all flues, whether or not they are in service, and measures that must be taken to safeguard their proper functioning.

Confirmation that all internal rooms and external elevations have been checked and that no areas of existing damp are present (other than those caused solely by condensation).

An understanding of installation techniques.

Repair and maintenance – finishing work.

Health & safety, including working at heights, PPE, risk assessments.

Adherence to all statutory requirements applicable to the building to be insulated, for example the Building Regulations.

Correct use of Borescopes.

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