Retrofit Coordinator Diploma - RIBA Accredited as Advanced CPD
30% Early Bird Discount until 30th September
Clients with active domestic retrofit projects are in urgent need of leaders and project managers.
The larger the project, the larger the risks in terms of finance and reputation. Responding to this, CoRE – the national not for profit centre of excellence for low energy refurbishment – has worked with industry experts to create a 10 day intensive Diploma programme to equip design and construction professionals with the skills to deliver this service.
CoRE has developed a 10-day training programme to up-skill existing professionals to become Retrofit Coordinators.
Courses are run regularly across the UK, and can even be delivered exclusively in-house for groups of 10 or more. Learners can complete the programme at their own pace – either taking a fast-track route or spreading units over several months to suit their schedule. This leads to the award of the CoRE Diploma with a specialism in Retrofit Coordination. All courses are fully CPD Accredited.
What is a Retrofit Coordinator?
Retrofit Coordinators fulfill three roles:
Manage: They undertake the traditional role of a construction project manager in respect of planning, organising and managing projects towards delivery on time and on budget.
Coordinate: Providing informed advice and support to contractors and consultants to engender understanding and teamwork in order to achieve the energy performance that retrofit seeks.
Quality assure: Providing assurance to retrofit clients so that the project risk is managed.
Who should become a Retrofit Coordinator?
Retrofit Coordinators could come from any professional background but will include:
Building Services Engineers
Construction Managers and Site Foremen
Construction Project Managers
Energy Assessors and Consultants