The aim of this unit is to enable the candidate to know the fundamental working principles along with regulatory requirements relating to renewable energy. Be able to distinguish the potential type of building features that will meet the requirements to install renewable energy water conservation along with typical advantages and disadvantages.
This course is accessible for a maximum of 12 months.
C&G 2365 Unit 301: Understand the Fundamental Principles and Requirements of the Environmental Technology Systems Course Overview:
Learning Outcome 1 – Know the Fundamental Working Principles of Micro-renewable Energy and Water Conservation Technologies
Learning Outcome 2 – Know the Fundamental Requirements of Building Location/Building Features for the Potential to Install Micro-renewable Energy and Water Conservation Systems To Exist
Learning Outcome 3 – Know the Fundamental Regulatory Requirements Relating to Micro-renewable Energy and Water Conservation Technologies
Learning Outcome 4 – Know the Typical Advantages and Disadvantages Associated With Micro-renewable Energy and Water Conservation Technologies
Please take into account that City & Guilds Registration is required to take the exam at the end of this unit to complete the course. However, registration is a one-off purchase and once you have done so it is valid for ALL the 2365 Level 3 Units.